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- Rainer Weikusat
April 2, 2013, 7:58 pm
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is not only not concerned with data inheritance at all (eg, the first
generated accessor for a package will always access array element #0,
or, in other words, classes using this derived from classes also using
this will stomp on the array slots of their parent classes) but - in
addition - really badly or at least very 'unimaginatively' coded. Eg,
created accessor methods are closures referencing a 'read-only' scalar
variable when they could be compiled to access the slot whose number
is stored in $n directly.