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$self = {@_}, but not $self->{_args}->{@_}

Posted on 2006-11-22
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Why doesn't this work both ways

$o = Obj->new(param1 => "nuts", param2 => "bolts")


Works great.
sub new
  $class = shift;
  $self = {@_};

foreach $k (keys %$self) {


Fails to load anything I can see
sub new
  $class = shift;
  $self = {};
  $self->{_args}->{@_};

foreach $k (keys %{$self->{_args}}) {
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$self->{_args} = {@_};
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