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Re^3: Why to wrap Perl classes inside a Perl script into blocks

by herveus (Parson)
on Jun 03, 2015 at 14:54 UTC ( #1128956=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: Why to wrap Perl classes inside a Perl script into blocks
in thread Why to wrap Perl classes inside a Perl script into blocks

Howdy!

The link works; the command line should have been "perldoc -f package". Reading it carefully is a useful thing. Anonymously snarking is not, especially when it is out of line in this case.

yours,
Michael
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Re^4: Why to wrap Perl classes inside a Perl script into blocks
by Anonymous Monk on Jul 09, 2015 at 07:30 UTC

    Howdy! The link works; the command line should have been "perldoc -f package". Reading it carefully is a useful thing. Anonymously snarking is not, especially when it is out of line in this case.

    herveus, it is never out of line to snark at the ignorance of Mike "sundialsvc4" Robinson professional windbag

    So he linked the package docs, big deal, hes never read them, hes never used perldoc, hes talking out of the commode

      Howdy!

      Wow. It took you a whole month to come up with that? Anonymously snarking is just lame. Have the balls to own it.

      yours,
      Michael

        herveus : Howdy!

        Wow. It took you a whole month to come up with that? Anonymously snarking is just lame. Have the balls to own it.

        Hmm, interesting picture and writeup history . So you drop a new reply by every couple of months, have you ever read any other sundialsvc4's writeups?

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