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hmm..
In perl6 could we have something like this then :)
my %hash = ( foo => { foo1 => {foo2 => 5 } }, bar => { baz => [ 1,2,3 ], foo2 => 33 }, ... )
and then access this like :
$hash<*><foo2> $hash<//><foo2>
In this case '*' and '//' mean the same thing (just for illustration. regex-like and xpath-like syntax).
This should return all 'foo2' element no matter how deep. Or :
$hash<bar><//><foo2>
Return only the second 'foo2'..and so on.. you get the idea.
Or this better be done with external module ?
This will make very easy implementing XPath and similar tools.

In reply to Re: [Perl 6] Any provision for a "dereferencing object"? by rootcho
in thread [Perl 6] Any provision for a "dereferencing object"? by blazar

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