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    Perl Archive : TLC : Programming : Perl : Object Oriented Perl (Chapter 3)
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    Date Published: 2002-11-12

    If you've ever used another object-oriented programming language, or been traumatized by some prior exposure to object orientation, you've probably dreading tackling object orientation in Perl -- more syntax, more semantics, more rules, more complexity. On the other hand, if you're entirely new to object orientation, you're likely to be equally nervous about all those unfamiliar concepts, and how you're going to keep them all straight in your head while you learn the specific Perl syntax and semantics.


    Object-oriented Perl isn't like that at all. To do real, useful, production-strength object-oriented programming in Perl you only need to learn about one extra function, one straight-forward piece of additional syntax, and three very simple rules.

    Object Oriented Perl

    Chapter 3: Getting Started

    Author:Damian Conway
    Publisher:Manning Publications Co.
    Publication Date:August 1999
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