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And what about this:

#!perl -w use strict; my $scalar = 'dfaure'; my @array = ( 'Data', 'Dumper', 'Simple', 'Rocks!' ); my %hash = ( 'it' => 'does', 'I' => 'hope', 'at' => 'least' ); sub MyDumper { my @values; for (@values = @_) { s/^([%@])/\\$1/; $_ .= ','; } my @names; for (@names = @_) { s/^[%@]/*/; s/^\$//; } return eval "use Data::Dumper;Data::Dumper->Dump([@values],[qw/@na +mes/])"; } print MyDumper(qw/$scalar @array %hash/);

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In reply to Re: RFC: Data::Dumper::Simple by dfaure
in thread RFC: Data::Dumper::Simple by Ovid

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