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Hey Guys, I am trying to edit the object parse. But am not successful, Please provide your thoughts and inputs. This is my First class
#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; use Data::Dumper; package First; use Params::Validate qw(validate :types); our @EXPORT = qw(teller); our %params = ( 'A' => {'TYPE' => SCALAR}, 'B' => {'TYPE' => SCALAR} ); sub new { my ($class, @parameters) = @_; my $validate = {%params}; my $self = {validate(@parameters, $validate)}; return bless ($self,$class); } sub teller(){ my ($a) = shift; print Data::Dumper->Dump([$a]),"\n"; return 0; }
and my main program,
#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; use First qw(teller); my $obj = new First('A' => 'red','B'=>'green'); for (1..3 ) { # print ref($obj),"\n"; $obj->teller('Called', 'A' => 'Yellow'); }
I am expecting to see the A value as Yellow, but it red. Can some one tell how to change the values of object? Please ignore the for loop. its just for testing.

In reply to Modify the Object by sathish_cudd

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