SPUG: Hashes and subroutines
choward at indicium.us
Wed Jan 7 11:37:15 PST 2009
On Mon, 5 Jan 2009, Bill Warner wrote:
> I love Higher Order Perl, and I have nothing against this technique, but chances are it's going to resemble a
> class, or a system of classes, before you know it. Have you thought about the problems in terms of an object
> model? Then you can just as easily write 'no strict "refs"; $o->$method(@args)' .
I'm not entirely against object oriented programming, but I generally try
to avoid it until I see a very clear need for it. E.g., a need for
multiple instantiations of an object, or a need for inheritance in a class
I'm inclined to see a big difference between maintaining separate
namespaces, and real object oriented programming.
Anyone else feel the same way?
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