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Greetings Monks, I have a little difficulty in understanding one statement in which two functions called.
139 my $logviewer = CCI::LogViewer->new( 140 { request => $request, 141 start_timestamp => $start_date, 142 end_timestamp => $end_date, 143 filter_string => $filter, 144 lgp_object => 'shortMessage', 145 lgp_subtype => 'eventEndPoints', 146 limit => $limit, 147 sid => $request->get_args()->{'sid'}, 148 } 149 ); 150 $logviewer->get_log_records()->XML_file();
The statement my $logviewer = CCI::LogViewer->new( creates an object in user-defined package which is in CCI folder. This package has several functions of which get_log_records and XML_file are two of them. Now after the execution of first statement my $logviewer will be pointing to package. So will $logviewer->get_log_records()->XML_file(); just call both the functions or is there any other scenario I am failing to understand. Your help in this regard will be highly appreciated. Thanks

In reply to Calling multi functions in a single statement by akagrawal3

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