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Re: Problem with program structure

by princepawn (Parson)
on Jun 27, 2007 at 17:41 UTC ( #623690=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Problem with program structure

my $EngWales_First_cat_observed; my $EngWales_First_cat_DSRs; my $EngWales_First_cat_Lower_95_Confidence_Limits; my $EngWales_First_cat_Upper_95_Confidence_Limits; my $EngWales_Second_cat_observed; my $EngWales_Second_cat_DSRs; my $EngWales_Second_cat_Lower_95_Confidence_Limits; my $EngWales_Second_cat_Upper_95_Confidence_Limits;
Actually, ultimately, I suggest that you create a Cat object with certain attributes. Then you just need an array of these Cat objects. So, after mastering perldsc, read perltoot or by TheDamian's masterwork on the subject "Object-Oriented Perl"


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