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Re: How to learn Object Oriented Perl

by kirbyk (Friar)
on Oct 04, 2005 at 21:58 UTC ( #497423=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to How to learn Object Oriented Perl

One great text not mentioned is Conway's Perl Best Practices. It just came out from O'Reilly, and has a nice chapter on Object Oriented best practices, including how to make your object encapsulation as secure in Perl as in traditional OO languages (and, in fact, more secure, because Perl is just that cool when you do it right.) Really, a great book for an intermediate programmer, even though nobody will agree with everything in it. You'll learn a few extremely useful things that you won't believe you lived without before reading it.

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Re^2: How to learn Object Oriented Perl
by ghenry (Vicar) on Oct 05, 2005 at 06:45 UTC

    I have that in front of me ;-)

    That's where I learned about protecting the implementation of your objects like you say.

    I really think this book is a *must* have for any Perl programmer/Company.

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