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No need to use symbolic references when you can use real references instead, and with less typing:

if ($lev =~ /.*DEBUG.*/i){ $loglev = \$DEBUG; }elsif($lev =~ /.*INFO.*/i){ $loglev = \$INFO; }elsif($lev =~ /.*WARN.*/i){ $loglev = \$WARN; }elsif($lev =~ /.*ERROR.*/i){ $loglev = \$ERROR; }elsif($lev =~ /.*FATAL.*/i){ $loglev = \$FATAL; }else{ die "\nPlease provide the correct log level\n"; } my $logger = get_logger(); $logger->level($$loglev); # $DEBUG,$INFO,$WARN,$ERROR,$FATAL

True laziness is hard work

In reply to Re^2: Scalar variable value is name of a scalar variable by GrandFather
in thread Scalar variable value is name of a scalar variable by perlpal

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