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The following seems to have worked, but for calling on methods, you're probably still stuck (i didn't try, though, so it might work too). Just an example:

my %foo = ( 'bar' => {'baz' => 1} ); print $foo{'baz'}->{'bar'} || 'oops';

which prints 'oops' because there is no 'bar' in %foo.

Update I misunderstood the question I think, but I tested this below and it still followed the same principle:

my %foo = ( 'bar' => undef ); print $foo{'bar'}->{'baz'} || "oops";

No warnings under -w or use strict.

local $_ = "0A72656B636148206C72655020726568746F6E41207473754A"; while(s/..$//) { print chr(hex($&)) }


In reply to RE: undefs and functions by reptile
in thread undefs and functions by dlux

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