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Re: Style - how to give class method call as parameter

by dsheroh (Prior)
on Jun 26, 2012 at 14:31 UTC ( #978438=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Style - how to give class method call as parameter

Well, I don't want to use named parameters for such a simple task.
Why not? It's not like they're difficult to implement/use in Perl. You could even use a mix of positional (required) parameters and named (optional) parameters:
my $success = $deployer->extend_order_lease( $order, $end_date, timeou +t => $timeout );
There's also the option of making it an optional positional parameter, but that tends to be a bad idea, due to things getting messy if you add more optional parameters down the road.
my $success = $deployer->extend_order_lease( $order, $end_date[, $time +out] );

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Re^2: Style - how to give class method call as parameter
by strat (Canon) on Jun 26, 2012 at 18:14 UTC

    Hello dsheroh,

    I don't want to use named parameters for this because it is just a simple call. I usually don't like mixed parameters, and with names for everything, I need to write something like:

    my $success = $self->do_method_with_timeout( timeout => $timeout, object_or_class => $deployer method => 'extend_order_lease', args => [ $order, $end_date ], );

    In my eyes, too much code for a simple thing

    Best regards,
    perl -e "s>>*F>e=>y)\*martinF)stronat)=>print,print v8.8.8.32.11.32"

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