best way to define package constants
Parand T. Darugar
tdarugar at velocigen.com
Tue May 16 16:33:28 CDT 2000
> what is the best way to define a package constant? If I do
I think something like:
use constant var => "foo";
> package PKGNAME;
> $PKGNAME::var = "foo";
> the variable can be modified outside the package. But I don;t want that.
> Or I can make it a my and create a get routine for it. Or what?
Parand Tony Darugar tdarugar at velocigen.com
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