>>>>> "j" == jweirich  <jweirich / one.net> writes:

j> Others have pointed out ways of doing this in Ruby.  I thought I would
j> mention that this is rather questionable practice to begin with (even
j> in Perl).  I think Mark-Jason Dominus explained it best in a three
j> part article at ... http://perl.plover.com/varvarname.html

 Well, not the right mailing list for this, but I agree with you. The only
interest in perl is when you want to work with the STASH, in all other
cases it's a bad practice like explained in this article


Guy Decoux