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"Freezing" a PERL object and saving it in a database

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I'd like to be able to save a PERL object in a mysql database, then retrieve it later on and use it as an actual PERL object.  I looked at "Storable" but couldn't make sense of it. Could someone post some sample code to freeze a PERL object, add it to a mysql table, then retrieve & thaw it?

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perl -MStorable -le '%x=("a"=>"aa","b"=>"bb");store(\%x,"file");'
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