Perl module to unbless objects
Acme::Damn provides a way to reverse the bless operation, which takes a variable and associates it with a given class. One can use this module to return the original reference; that is, prior to calling bless on it.
After using 'damn()' or custom aliases thereof, the blessed Perl object reference becomes a simple data type.
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