a stone cold bitch an aggravating module to work with.
There. I said it. It's difficult to find in CPAN, the documentation is lacking, its interface is funky, the error messages are lacking and it crashes in mysterious ways on different service packs. But it's the only game in town except for Win32::CtrlGui(a valiant effort there), which relies on setupsup; it's like putting a fresh coat of paint on a burning house.
The answer to your question is to reference @proptoget : \@proptoget.
And tye, it is in CPAN, but something prevents it from showing up in any search.
Bonus Question : Guess what module I've been working with over the past two weeks?
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