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By "private" do you mean it can be only called from inside your actual module? If so, then you could do something like this. You can get around it, but it requires a bit of effort (and the know-how). Here's a function to turn any method into a private method.
sub privacy { my $owner = __PACKAGE__; my ($pkg, $file, $func) = (caller 1)[0,1,3]; unless ($pkg eq $owner and $file eq __FILE__) { require Carp; Carp::croak("'$func' is a private method of $owner"); } }

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In reply to Re: Private Class Methods by japhy
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