I know it's possible to dig into someone else's lexical scope, but it's far more difficult than doing $obj->{foo}. Ultimately, I can't do anything to stop someone from tralling through /dev/mem or the equivilent on another system.
It may be useful to point this out to Java users sometimes. Java's privacy rules have been successfully violated in the past using that loophole - everything is public at some point.


In reply to Re: Re: Re: May Thy Closures Be Blessed by diotalevi
in thread May Thy Closures Be Blessed by hardburn

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