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::MY might be what I tried to describe with %PAD stash, a dynamic symboltable for the current scope, making padwalker obsolete.

I personally believe that, as a side note, you may want to hyperlink to PadWalker by means of [mod://PadWalker], stressing incidentally that capitalization does matter.

And I think I can imagine what is meant lexical scoped packages, in perl 5 packages have no privacy at all, you can access them from everywhere. But if the packagename is scoped you may control it.

What a lexically scoped package is, after all, is clear and intuitive. But one point that perhaps I didn't stress enough is the following: if things are still like I claimed them to be, that is that lexical variables are implemented by means of a single magic package, then the latter must have a "slots" for... well, packages too, which sounded somewhat self-referential when I wrote my previous post. On a second thought, though, not just as much... More precisely, I don't see any issue with this circumstance any more. I don't know what I was thinking: anyway, before spending even the slightest braindrop on the subject, I'd like someone who knows better to pinpoint the key elements of it, which we just surfaced here.

If you can't understand the incipit, then please check the IPB Campaign.

In reply to Re^8: Indirect variable name by blazar
in thread Indirect variable name by FreakyGreenLeaky

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