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It is the way it is. That was how the author of the 'tie' feature conceived of it being used.

(for the third time) It isn't hard to tie to an existing object. For example:

package MyClass; #... sub TieArray { my( $me, $av )= @_; tie @$av, ref($me), $me; } sub Class::TIEARRAY { return $_[1]; } package main; my $obj= MyClass->new( ... ); my @array; $obj->TieArray(\@array);

Untested and just One Way To Do It.

- tye        

In reply to Re: How to tie variables to objects (roll) by tye
in thread How to tie variables to objects by perldeveloper

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