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Hi. I just wanted to follow up my previous reply to say that I think your updates are brilliant.

Even where you don't agree with a Perl convention, you have explained the convention and your opinions on it in a dispasionate and thoughtful way. I think that is great.

In fact I have to say that if you were to take the time to put this into a perldoc type style (ie podded up with PM specifics changed or removed) and submitted it to p5p that you just might find it gets included with the standard distro. I certainly would vote that its worthy. (FWIW :-)

An excellent contribution and I only wish I could ++ you twice on it.

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In reply to Re: Tutorial: Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming by demerphq
in thread Tutorial: Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming by jreades

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