@ISA = qw(DBI) no worky part II

Randal L. Schwartz merlyn at stonehenge.com
Wed Feb 27 15:16:15 CST 2002

>>>>> "Chuck" == Chuck Phillips <chuckphillips at mac.com> writes:

Chuck> ~sdpm~
Chuck> But then I'm not inheriting from DBI, I'm using it.


>>> my $a = Bar->connect("dbi:mysql:test:localhost",'root','foo');
>>> $a->bar;
>>> $a->foo;

This implies that you want $a to respond to what a DBI::db
responds to, and Bar to respond to what DBI responds to.

That's called "inheritance".

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