($type, $value) = $session->get_t( $object, $property )

Like get(), this returns the contents of the specified property, however, get_t() also returns a code for the type of the data. The returned value will be a scalar or array reference, as appropriate.

 ( $type, $value ) = $session->get_t(
     "Router::gw1", "Vendor" );
 ( $type, $value ) = $session->get_t(
     "Router::gw1", "ComposedOf" );

The get_t() variant of this call also returns the types of values contained in complex structures. Where get_t() returns a value, get_T() returns a type code and value in a two-element array.