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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • An example of how this might be used in Perl6 [openfoundry.org]
    #!/usr/bin/pugs
    # Demo of the state() variable declaration.
    # This is also a neat way of doing OO without actually having OO available.
    #
    # Please remember to update t/examples/examples.t and rename
    # examples/output/cashiers if you rename/move this file.

    use v6;

    sub gen_cashier () {
        # This variable corresponds to a class variable.
        # It is shared across all "instances" of gen_cashier().
        state $cash_in_store = 0;

        # One could add my() variables here, which correspond to instance variables.
        # These would not be shared.

        # Finally, we return a hashref which maps method names to code.
        return {
            add => { $cash_in_store += $^amount },
            del => { $cash_in_store -= $^amount },
            bal => { $cash_in_store             },
        };
    }

    my $drawer;
    $drawer[$_] = gen_cashier() for 1..3;

    $drawer[1]<add>( 59 );
    $drawer[2]<del>( 17 );
    say $drawer[3]<bal>();  # This should say "42"