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Re: win32 OLE in deeper detailsby rohit_raghu (Acolyte)
|on Aug 03, 2012 at 06:23 UTC||Need Help??|
I'm a beginner in perl myself, but I can answer some of the questions you've asked.
First off, there are several online tutorials on perl. Try this link before starting, or try downloading the relative chapters of 'Beginning Perl' from the perl website. Also, try the search bar first before asking such a huge question.
|| and the or operator both represent he same thing, only || has a a higher priority than or. If the code before the || returns a true value, i.e. is executed properly, then any thing after the || is ignored. Otherwise, it is executed. Try the piece of code below.
2nd, -> and => are completely unrelated. See hashes and references. Also look at Object oriented programming in perl(OOP), and modules. Do NOT try programming in perl without first understanding hashes.
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