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--- Comment #2 from Bill Cole <> ---
No, see the line before: "uninitialized value in lc" means that there's no
parameter left to 'shift' off the parameter stack. So, the uri_to_domain
subroutine call is expecting 2 arguments but is only getting one. 

Demo of this in a very simple (hand-entered) program:

# perl
use strict;
use warnings;
sub demo {
  my $self = shift;
  my $dom = lc shift;

  print "self=$self   dom=$dom\n";

demo ('i...@foobar.baz');
Use of uninitialized value in lc at - line 5.
self=i...@foobar.baz   dom=

The "Can't locate object method" message is probably because the parameter that
was passed should have been the second one.

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