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Re^3: How do I determine if a variable contains a type glob?by BrowserUk (Patriarch)
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Man, you really talk a lot of twaddle!
The OP asked about globs (e.g. *ARGV)
And what do you think *fh is. (It's rhetorical.)
Furthermore, use of ref instead of reftype will fail if the referenced var is blessed.
How can "the reference be blessed", when (as you unnecessarily pointed out yourself) he asked about *GLOB not \*GLOB. It can't; because my suggestion was that he take the reference himself.
Ie. His sub becomes something like:
And it is used like this:
... if the referenced var is blessed.
You don't (*CAN'T*) bless a var; only a reference to one!
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