On Thu, Mar 17, 2005 at 08:41:26AM -0800, Larry Wall wrote:
: Then we get self calls of the form:
:     o.frobme(...)

Sleep Brain would also like to point out that this lets you use o
standalone when you want to pass the current object as an ordinary
argument to some other class.  Likewise for c, if we decide to have
that too.

Coffee Brain perks up and points out that for strategic psychological
reasons it really likes the fact that, Huffmanly speaking, the dynamic
class can be as short as "c" and the static class as long as $?CLASS.


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