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Object oriented programming in Perl ”Most people are not aware of the fact that Perl has support for object-oriented programming. If you’ve used another object-oriented programming language such as Java or C++ or been exposed to object-orientation then object oriented programming in Perl is nothing like that. To do real useful object-oriented programming in Perl you only need to use three simple rules as put forth by Larry Wall in Object Oriented Perl.”

A pretty neat article that tries to make the whole idea as painless as possible :-) I hope there is only one way to make classes in Perl.

  1. You could check out perltoot (`man perltoot`) for some introduction of OO programming in perl. Not as clean as what people might be used to, but it does work :)

    Posted by: wari on January 14, 2003 08:03 PM