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Re^3: Why is a hash the default "object" in oo perl?

by water (Deacon)
on Jul 21, 2004 at 02:41 UTC ( #376143=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

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


The Class::MakeMethods docs make my head spin!

Class::MethodMaker isn't perfect, and is pretty basic, and has gaps in the docs, but Class::MakeMethods looks like it will take a bit to understand.

Reminds me of the first time going through Template Toolkit docs -- it looks big, it looks good, it looks overwhelming. Soon the comprehensivesness becomes friend, not foe, but whew, alot to sink in. That's the feeling I get skimming numerous numerous Class::MethodMaker docs.

Something new to learn eventually, methinks....

not just for breakfast anymore

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