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Maybe if I showed some of the scripts where the data is used, maybe some pointers can be given on where my mind should be if I decide to try again with OO for the data.

list_links.pl

list_links sends HTML list items <li> to the clip board so I can paste them into a Tumblr post I update every once in a while to get more people to subscribe.

#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings FATAL => qw( all ); use Lingua::EN::Inflect qw(NO); use Win32::Clipboard; use lib '../files/perl/lib'; use Twitter::ListSort qw(list_compare); use Twitter::Data; my %lists = Twitter::Data::all_lists; # This is all of the lists I kee +p across all my accounts. my $board; for my $list (sort { list_compare($a,$b) } values %lists) { # Starting + the loop. next if !grep(/owner/,@{$list->{status}}); my $targ = $list->{target}; my $link = $list->{link}; my $name = length($list->{long_name}) ? $list->{long_name} : $list-> +{name}; my $targ_text = $targ > 0 ? " (".NO('subscriber',$targ)." 'til targe +t met)" : ''; my $asterisk = $list->{user} eq "Lady_Aleena" ? '*' : ''; $board .= qq(<li><a href="$link">$name</a>$asterisk$targ_text</li>\n +); } my $clip = Win32::Clipboard(); $clip->Set($board);

list_people.pl

list_people does three things.

  1. It tells me who I have not made members of my List subscribers list. Anyone who subscribes to one of my lists becomes a member of List subscribers. I take this group and add them to List subscribers with another script. Sometimes removed or suspended Twitter accounts remain as subscribers of a list for months or even years. I check to make sure the account exists before trying to add it (or readd it) to the List subscribers list.
  2. It tells me who is no longer subscribed to my lists who still remains on the List subscribers list. There is a way with Net::Twitter::Lite to remove people from the list programmatically, I just have not added it to the script yet.
  3. Since most of my accounts (not my main Lady_Aleena account) were created to house lists, most (if not all) of the people followed by the account is either a member or subscriber to a list. This section checks to see if the account is following someone who is neither a list member or list subscriber. The first time I ran the script with this section, I ended up creating about eight new lists.
#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings FATAL => qw( all ); use Lingua::EN::Inflect qw(WORDLIST); use Text::Table; use Win32::Clipboard; use lib '../files/perl/lib'; use Twitter::Data; my @accounts = Twitter::Data::accounts; my %lists = Twitter::Data::all_lists; my %lists_people = Twitter::Data::lists_people; my @subscribers = @{$lists{'72710881'}{members}}; local $\ = "\n"; # 1 above. print 'Subscribers not on the list'; for my $subscriber (keys %{$lists_people{subscribers}}) { my $s_lists = WORDLIST(@{$lists_people{subscribers}{$subscriber}}, { +conj=>''}); print "$subscriber - $s_lists" if !grep($_ eq $subscriber,@subscribe +rs); } print "\n"; # 2 above. print 'Non-subscribers on the list'; for my $subscriber (@subscribers) { print $subscriber if !$lists_people{subscribers}{$subscriber}; } print "\n"; # 3 above print 'People followed but not listed (by account)'; for my $account (@accounts) { next if $account =~ /^(LadyAleena_(?:eros|test))$/; my %account_people = Twitter::Data::acct_data($account,'people'); my @not_members; for my $person (values %account_people) { my $name = $person->{screen_name}; push @not_members, $name if ($person->{friends} == 1 && !$lists_pe +ople{members}{$name}); } local $\ = "\n"; if (scalar(@not_members) > 0) { print "$account"; for (sort {lc $a cmp lc $b} @not_members) { $board .= "\t$_\n"; print "\t$_"; } } }

If you see anything in there where OO would come in handy, let me know. These two scripts are probably the shortest of those I have written where I need the data.

Have a cookie and a very nice day!
Lady Aleena

In reply to Re^6: RFC on how I'm doing when it comes to writing objects? by Lady_Aleena
in thread RFC on how I'm doing when it comes to writing objects? by Lady_Aleena

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