"stringification" - allow or forbid implicitly converting references
my $array = [ 1, 2, 3 ];
print "My array is $array\n"; # dies
Normally in Perl, a reference may be implicitly converted into a string,
usually of a form like "HASH(0x1234567)".
This module provides a lexically-scoped pragma which a
Revision history for overload-substr
* Bugfix for perl-5.13.7 and above - cop_hints vs. refcounted hash.
0.01_001 First version, released on an unsuspecting world.
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