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Re^2: Why is a hash the default "object" in oo perl?

by theAcolyte (Pilgrim)
on Jul 19, 2004 at 00:02 UTC ( #375441=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Why is a hash the default "object" in oo perl?
in thread Why is a hash the default "object" in oo perl?

Thanks for the link to Abagail's inside-out objects. I've seen references to it before but never read up on it, and had no clue what it meant. Also, thanks for the notion about the destroy method -- you're quite right in that it didn't occour to me that when an object goes out of scope, its attributes are still existing the %agedata hash. While its not so bad in a non-persistant environment (how I ususally work) it would be bad under mod-perl.


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