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Yes, you shouldn't go messing with the hash behind my blessed ref when I give it to you as an object. But that isn't what I'm talking about.

You have some function that does something useful with a hash. I have an object that consists of a blessed reference to a hash. Inside the code for that class, I have to mess with my own hash. Well, if this manipulation of my own hash would be made easier by using your useful function, then why shouldn't I be allowed to do that?

Now, it'd be nice, being inside the class code, if I could get a non-blessed reference to my hash. But I can't. If that one thing were different, then I wouldn't mind the use of "HASH" eq ref($r) nearly so much.

        - tye (but my friends call me "Tye")

In reply to (tye)Re4: ref, no, maybe? by tye
in thread ref, no, maybe? by Ovid

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