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Hi, im having a small problem. im completely stuck and i dont know how to get unstuck...
i have some code here:
#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; package Vehicle; sub new { my $class = @_; my $self = { _engine => "I have an engine.", _wheel => "I have wheels.", _door => "I have doors." }; bless $self, $class; return $self; } package Private; sub new { my $class = @_; my $self = { _Vehicle => new Vehicle(), _private => "I am private" }; bless $self, $class; return $self; } package Family; sub new { my $class = @_; my $self = { _Private => new Private(), _passengers => "I carry 5 passengers", _goods => "I carry 50lbs" }; bless $self, $class; return $self; } package main; my $car = new Family(); foreach $car (sort keys my %hash) { print "$car => $hash{$car}\n"; }
im trying to learn inheritance packages here and i cant seem to get a hold of it. what im trying to do is print out something from one package and all it's inheritances too...
does anyone get what i mean?
my output is nothing. no errors, nothing. just blank.
i was hoping to get printed, this:
I have an engine I have doors I have wheels I am private I carry 5 passengers I carry 50lbs

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