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I once used Aspect. I was trying to trace the double quotes operator (that's what's being called implicitly when using print). The following is an example.
use strict; use warnings; # - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - use Aspect qw(advice calls returns around) ; my $aspect = advice( calls(qr/^(Quantum|main)::(.*)/), sub { printf "calling -> %s\n", $::thisjp->sub } ); $aspect->enable; # - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - use Quantum::Entanglement; sub foo { my $die = entangle( 1=>1, 1=>2, 1=>3, 1=>4, 1=>5, 1=>6 ); print "$die" ; # observed state print "\n" ; } foo(); __END__ calling -> main::foo calling -> main::entangle calling -> Quantum::Entanglement::_new calling -> Quantum::Entanglement::("" calling -> Quantum::Entanglement::_normalise 3 calling -> Quantum::Entanglement::DESTROY calling -> Quantum::Entanglement::_rationalise_states calling -> Quantum::Entanglement::_unravel

In reply to Re: Clawing my way out of operator overloading hell by chunlou
in thread Clawing my way out of operator overloading hell by skyknight

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