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Re: Re: Nervously....How do I access the Name of a Perl variable?

by Anonymous Monk
on Jun 11, 2002 at 03:42 UTC ( [id://173378]=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Nervously....How do I access the Name of a Perl variable?
in thread Nervously....How do I access the Name of a Perl variable?

Outstanding! Everything I wanted and an object lesson in creating my first package, which I didnt really think I was up for yet but this looks simple enough that even I can do it! Thankyou. Anyone with a spare vote handy, give it to this man.

Of course, it will start out as cut&paste for now, but you gave me enough hints for possibilities that I can add (like sub name) to encourage me to investigate the references.

To other responders:

I am aware of the debugger and use it if I get something that needs it, but while im just cranking code out, sticking a TRACE in various places and running the prog is a nice quick way of checking things are doing what I expect or not.

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