On Mon, Mar 13, 2006 at 09:37:47AM -0800, Larry Wall wrote:
: On Mon, Mar 13, 2006 at 08:28:46AM -0800, Larry Wall wrote:
: : The default answer should probably be yes,
: Or maybe not...  After all, the main point of taking a reference is
: to nail down particulars so you can bypass the identification phase
: next time and deal directly with your object (or proxy object).
: And there's always closures when you want to finesse partial results
: one way or the other...

So basically, with respect to the original question, it means that
where our sugar desugars to premature reference-taking, we're limited
to .wrap and .assuming solutions--but those are probably powerful
enough to reintroduce MMD and delegation where needed.  Seems like
we're still covered...


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