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> Is that good enough for you?

yes, I knew I can count on your collaboration! ;)

> Now, the thing is, you have to set $^P before the file ( in this case) is even opened.

I think one could trick that², the question is rather about other penalties included.

... let's have a look into perlvar#$^P ...

x400 Save source code lines into @{"_<$filename"} .

OK this doesn't look to expensive ... benchmark needed.

(too busy now ;-)

Cheers Rolf
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²) for instance IIRC it's possible to configure global setting for your perl interpreter.

In reply to Re^6: Introspecting the current Perl file via DATA, even w/o DATA? ( by LanX
in thread Introspecting the current Perl file via DATA, even w/o DATA? by LanX

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