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    mooooooi


    Dat is nog eens een lay out! Geweldig!
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    just what the doctor ordered


    It's great to see an article about Perl O-O. I have been writing Perl programs for a while, but the O-O bit still remains a bit of a mystery. So far I could understand everything dealt with in the article, but was really left dangling at the end (hurry up with the next one!!) For me the mechanics of how to do things isn't so much a problem, but why???? I hope that everything will come together in the next article(s). Thanks.
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    OOP in Perl


    So far so good. But what about part 2??
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    Re: OOP in Perl


    I'm also looking forward to part 2.
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    Great - but


    This was a good intro - but I hope the
    second tut includes using class methods
    to muck about with class attributes and
    expands onto topics such as inheritance and
    polymorphism.

    Keep up the good work :-)
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    Finallly, the OOP makes sense...


    I have looked all over the net and just decided to throw my $5K workstation out my office when I stumbled across your site.
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    Just as I started to understand that packages,classes and modules are the same thing, (...so sez they....), I got blown out the water when they "fast-forwarded"
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    the next page into constructor expansion and class name recognition.....
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    What....??????
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    Anyway, I have just started Part-1 and I think its great! Please do not "muck" this up. This is a "good" thing.....
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    Perl OOP


    thanks for the article, I will go to part 2 and get even smarter. and yes its true, most programmers s_ck!
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    Thinking before writing ... Pet Peeve


    Hi,
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    Just jumped in to see what was happening. Why not describe how to use OO in terms of thinking of what one is going to create before just banging out code.
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    Also, the following is a good thing to avoid imho:
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    print "The value of \$ref is $ref\n";
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    That was part of a series of print "" statements ..
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    print qq|
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    anything but a | works
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    |;
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    And of course if you're doing web apps you most assuredly use a template system to avoid putting html in your Perl.
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    Great article but he ......


    He should have included more meat, and not wasted like 4 parts on superfluous examples.
    I still wanna know the usefulness of references ? Anyone ?

    www.DanCclark.com
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    thanks for good contents


    i sincerely thank you for this site.

    these series are very easy to understand and useful
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    Re: thanks for good contents


    agree with you
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    good!


    i am novice. so, i don't understand
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    all these but it seems so good.
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    good!


    i am novice. so, i don't understand
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    all these but it seems so good.
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    Reply to article


    Thanks, the code was clear and concise -- Something newbie's need when starting out. PB
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    Re: Great article but he ......


    a non oop use of references is passing arrays and hashes to subroutines. Normally just passing an array, if it's large, could take a long time since all items are passed individually. By using a reference you past just a pointer to the array not the whole array.

    chad.
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