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object-oriented perl question


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is there any way to get the print function to evaluate member functions? doing print "$crap->info" displays the memory address followed by "->info". the reason i'm asking is because i have a large block of HTML to print out (by using the print<<blahblahblah syntax) and i can't just stick in $crap->info there. is it possible to do it without having to use extra variables to store the data?