> In Perl 6 culture we never mix them up either, but we also never put subs
> into packages by default.  The reason Foo::bar notation doesn't work is
> because bar isn't in Foo anymore unless you explicitly put it there.
> Larry

Though technically this aspect was clear to me, but to settle things down in my 
mind completely: for now ordinary (not 'our') sub belongs not to the package 
object but to the block which belongs to that package. Is it correct way to 
describe things?

Best regards,
Vadim Belman

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