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Re^4: Where to put self-made loop logic (separate module)?

by basic6 (Novice)
on Dec 30, 2012 at 20:50 UTC ( #1010960=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^3: Where to put self-made loop logic (separate module)?
in thread Where to put self-made loop logic (separate module)?

The input is (part of) a template. In other words, it's just human-readable text, no code (no Perl, no HTML). There may be a couple of lines, each starting with an asterisk - that's what my function parses.
But that's probably not important, as my goal is to have a line-by-line loop structure which allows in-place modifications. For that matter, the input is guaranteed to always be UTF-8 encoded text (only printable characters and whitespaces).


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Re^5: Where to put self-made loop logic (separate module)?
by davido (Archbishop) on Jan 01, 2013 at 00:29 UTC

    With the parsing logic embedded, it seems like a very specific tool that targets an uncommon input format. That's not "generally useful", and probably doesn't make for a great CPAN candidate.

    If you write the loop such that one could pass in a subref, it might be a more generalized tool, but then it's just a loop, and I don't see much advantage to it.

    This isn't to say you're not onto something. I just think it would require that you decide what exactly you want your module to accomplish. Throughout this thread I just see a module that handles a specific type of data that nobody else is likely to need to handle.


    Dave

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