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Re^2: Difference between Function-oriented and object-oriented in Perl

by dwm042 (Priest)
on Nov 23, 2007 at 15:08 UTC ( #652590=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Difference between Function-oriented and object-oriented in Perl
in thread Difference between Function-oriented and object-oriented in Perl

Back in the days when objects were *just* being introduced to the world at large, the discussion usually revolved around procedural programming and object oriented programming. Given that jeshuashok is using function-oriented as opposed to procedural, it's just a matter of semantics. The potential confusion is that functional languages (e.g Lisp, Scheme, R) have yet another style..


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Re^3: Difference between Function-oriented and object-oriented in Perl
by erroneousBollock (Curate) on Nov 23, 2007 at 15:27 UTC
    Yes, I tried to distinguish between 'imperative' and 'functional' programming.

    -David

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