using a subroutine ref w/ strict refs

Chuck Phillips chuckphillips at
Tue Oct 16 17:38:00 CDT 2001

Perfect! Thanks for your help everyone!
Hope to make it out tomorrow night.

On Tuesday, October 16, 2001, at 03:33 PM, Wilson, Doug wrote:

>>>> no strict 'refs';
>>>> if ($command) {
>>>>    &$command;
>>>>    exit;
>>>> }
>>>> sub say_hello {
>>>>     print "hello\n";
>>>> }
> This just occured to me...
> You could turn it into a method call:
> # Assuming its in the main package
> # Though the first arg to command is now "main"
> main->$command();
> -Doug


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