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So, if the problem is that Data::Dumper dumps some structures wrong, then submit a patch to Data::Dumper, rather than inventing something different that a lot of people won't know about and leaving the buggy code in a core distribution.

As for your example:

$x = 4; $xx = sub{\@_}->(\$x, \$x); $y = \4; $yy = sub{\@_}->($y, $y); bless \$xx->[0], 'Foo'; bless \$xx->[1], 'Bar'; bless \$yy->[0], 'Foo'; bless \$yy->[1], 'Bar'; use Data::Dumper; print Dumper $xx, $yy;
I suspect you haven't seen the Purity flag, which needs to be set in some more complex data, such as yours.

-- Randal L. Schwartz, Perl hacker
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In reply to •Re: Re: Data::XDumper by merlyn
in thread Data::XDumper by xmath

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