Well there's an example of a Table object in the POD in CGI.pm, and it uses caption, td, Tr, etc. Are those all the other objects that can be used in a Table object? If not, what are the others? What "arguments" can td, Tr, etc, all take?
Nowhere in the source for CGI.pm are references made to these "subobjects" to where I can see how they function, or what their scope is, etc.
Unless I'm just missing it. I'm using 5.005, btw. Maybe 5.6 does a better job, I don't know. Updating to 5.6 is on my (long) list of things to do...
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