I've read the replies to questions posed on or related OO perl. In fact, I've asked a question on OO perl vs proceduarl perl myself a while back. Hence, I was a little hesitant with this writeup but I would really like to hear your views on the followng:
1) Are there instances where OO perl is the only choice?
2) Say you've written a pretty large program written mostly in proceduaral perl. Can you easily re-write that program in OO perl later if you choose to?
3) Does anybody have any idea how perl 6's implementation of OO perl is going to be like? If so, is it going to be differnt from the current implementation?
Thanks in anticipation :)
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