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not what you asked for but... you may want to make your instantiation of copy books more flexible. perhaps add a method to Product::Datafile that takes in an array of filter codes
sub createCopybooks { my $self = shift; my @filterCodes = @_; my %copyBooks; foreach my $filterCode ( @filterCodes ) { my $copyBook = Cobol::Copybook->new({filehandle = +> \*DATA, filter => $filterCode} ); my $copyBookName = 'cpy' . $filterCode; $copyBooks{$copyBookName} = $copyBook; } $self->{copybooks} = \%copyBooks; }
then you can easily change how many copybooks you want like so:
$productDatafile->createCopybooks('00', '01', '04', '42', '99');

In reply to Re: Hash of References in an Object by LanceDeeply
in thread Hash of References in an Object by pboin

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