Yes, for what it worth, I've been recommending this book
to folks for 3 reasons; you learn more perl, more OOProgramming
and more OOPerl than any other book I've read since, well,
since the first Camel. Manning
publications has a link to Dr. Conway's OOP forum (you need
to have the book to get in) where he answers OOPerl and
questions about the book on a regular basis.
Its the sort
of book you can finish and then start again to try and get
the next level of understanding out of it.
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