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

by bart (Canon)
on Nov 24, 2007 at 09:48 UTC ( #652717=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

Either you are misunderstanding what jeshuashok is asking, or else, I am.

I don't think he's asking about the syntax of imperative programming, using functions, versus OO: after all, the example code he show, works. I think he's asking about why and when, one would choose for functions versus OO.

And you list of tutorials doesn't even begin to address that question.


Comment on Re^2: Difference between Function-oriented and object-oriented in Perl
Re^3: Difference between Function-oriented and object-oriented in Perl
by Anonymous Monk on Nov 24, 2007 at 09:57 UTC
    bart, he is not asking anything. It is a shame that you front paged him.

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