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13.9. Run-Time Overloading

Since use statements are executed at compile time, the only way to change overloading during run time is:

eval " use overload '+' => \&my_add ";
You can also say:
eval " no overload '+', '--', '<=' ";
although the use of these constructs during run time is questionable.



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