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It's the "pass them as an array reference sometimes" that's biting you. Perhaps two different interfaces would be useful... one where they're always scalars, and one where they're always array references for the other.

-- Randal L. Schwartz, Perl hacker


In reply to Re: ref, no, maybe? by merlyn
in thread ref, no, maybe? by Ovid

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