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Re: How a script becomes a module

by hossman (Prior)
on Oct 05, 2004 at 22:30 UTC ( #396802=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to How a script becomes a module

Nice writeup, but something looks off to me. in th section "Oops, I did it again" you have the line...

print "High score is " . Local::Scores->high_score( $scores ) . "\n";

...but the variable $scores doesn't exist (at least not in that version ... i think you ment to change that so it takes in @players).

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Re^2: How a script becomes a module
by brian_d_foy (Abbot) on Oct 05, 2004 at 22:36 UTC

    You're right: that $scores doesn't belong there. I get away with it though because I don't show you the implementation of high_score(), which only needs the instance data to get at the database.

    I've updated the code.

    brian d foy <>

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[james28909]: cant seem to make it look in linux module path for
[james28909]: no matter how i prepare the paths. oh well. looks like ill just have to start wsl perl from scratch
[Corion]: james28909: You can get a list of all modules on your Windows Perl via the autobundle command in the cpan shell. But that likely lists many more modules than you actually want. I recommend a clear separation and installing modules on ...
[Corion]: ... both Perls separately. I use cpanfiles or Makefile.PL for that - listing all modules for an application there allows me to install them via cpanm . or cpan . automatically without any further interaction

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