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Re^2: Why isn't ->can() curried?

by diotalevi (Canon)
on Jan 20, 2003 at 19:00 UTC ( #228451=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: Why isn't ->can() curried?
in thread Why isn't ->can() curried?

This is what comes of spending time with other languages. *grin* In this case it's E which has a home page at It had never occured to me that people would want to compare the code references from ->can. When is that useful?

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Re: Re^2: Why isn't ->can() curried?
by Anonymous Monk on Jan 20, 2003 at 21:11 UTC
    One use is to verify that a subclass has actually implemented an abstract interface.

      Ah! And I'd previously thought that wasn't detectable. Son in the guise of one thought you've answered something else I didn't know I was asking about! *grin*

      Seeking Green geeks in Minnesota

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