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Re: Difference between Function-oriented and object-oriented in Perl

by naikonta (Curate)
on Nov 23, 2007 at 14:21 UTC ( #652570=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Difference between Function-oriented and object-oriented in Perl

You mean you missed perlmod and perltoot? Also, how about Modules: How to Create Install and Use and Object Oriented Programming? I haven't read all those tutorials, but I know where to look for when I need it.

You seem to keep asking simple questions you can easily find the answer for monks at your experience. But, I might be wrong.


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Comment on Re: Difference between Function-oriented and object-oriented in Perl
Re^2: Difference between Function-oriented and object-oriented in Perl
by bart (Canon) on Nov 24, 2007 at 09:48 UTC
    Either you are misunderstanding what jeshuashok is asking, or else, I am.

    I don't think he's asking about the syntax of imperative programming, using functions, versus OO: after all, the example code he show, works. I think he's asking about why and when, one would choose for functions versus OO.

    And you list of tutorials doesn't even begin to address that question.

      bart, he is not asking anything. It is a shame that you front paged him.

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