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In general, You don't need to create C-style struct in perl in favor of a hash. But There is indeed several ways to do this, below is one of those:
package C_struct; sub new{ my $self = shift; return bless {'counting_number' => shift, 'name' => shift, 'stuff_list' => shift }, $self; } package main; use Data::Dumper; my $cc = C_struct->new(123,'bb', [1,2,3]); my $dd = C_struct->new(234,'cc', [2,3,4]); print $cc->{name}; print $dd->{name}; print Dumper $dd->{stuff_list}; 1;
Always as a alternative, you can searcg modules on CPAN to reach what you want instead of doing it by hand.

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modify code to be more intuitive.




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In reply to Re: C-Style Struct? by xiaoyafeng
in thread C-Style Struct? by Mr. Newb

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