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Hello dear Monks

I'm trying to convert the following :

#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; use threads; sub func { print "doing job ... \n"; sleep 1; } my @threads; foreach ( 1..2 ) { print "launching job\n"; push( @threads , threads->new( \&func )); } foreach my $thread ( threads->list() ) { my @command_output = $thread->join ; print "job done\n"; }

to something like

package myTest; sub new { my $item={}; bless $item; return $item; } sub myTestFunc { my $item = shift; print "doing job ... \n"; } 1;
#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; use threads; use myTest; my @threads; foreach ( 1..2 ) { print "launching job\n"; my $test = myTest->new(); push( @threads , threads->new( $test->myTestFunc )); } foreach my $thread ( @threads ) { my @command_output = $thread->join ; print "job done\n"; }

this produces

Thread 1 terminated abnormally: Undefined subroutine &main::1

caused by $test->myTestFunc in threads->new( $test->myTestFunc ))

I understand that threads->new() is excepting a function ref (right ?)

But this kind of stuff must be possible !?

Thanks and have a nice day.

"There is only one good, namely knowledge, and only one evil, namely ignorance." Socrates

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