May 26, 2018
Hashes with accessors/mutators
A HashAsObject is a blessed hash that provides read-write access to its elements using accessors. Actually, they’re both accessors and mutators.
It’s designed to act as much like a plain hash as possible; this means, for example, that you can use methods like DESTROY and if the HashAsObject has an element with that name, it’ll get or set it.