Ryan Detzel wrote:
Can it be done, I keep getting weird results.  I want to do

my ($val1,$val2) = $c->forward('test');

sub test : Private {
The return value of a forward isn't really something you should rely on, but, if you must, you can return an array reference:

my ($val1,$val2) = @{ $c->forward('test') };

sub test : Private {
   return ['val1', 'val2'];

Ideally, you should be calling it just as a regular method:

my ($val1,$val2) = $self->test;

sub test {
   return 'val1', 'val2';


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