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I've already used this book for 1,5 years. And I'd like to say that it's the BEST book which describes principes and hooks of OOP on Perl. It's very-very useful book and I'd like to recommend this book to all Perl programmers who want to apply power of OOP in the them applications.

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In reply to Re: Object Oriented Perl by nite_man
in thread Object Oriented Perl by splinky

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