I quite like OOP, but the Perl implementation is as you describe below.
Still, I'm reliably informed by people with greater minds than I that
it's actually quite elegant once you get your head around it!
Peter Heslin wrote:
>> If you think OOP is stupid to begin with, then Perl's implementation of it is
> perfect, since it is nothing more than a package of data structures and
> subroutines with some trendy labels attached --- witness modules like CGI.pm,
> which are just as happy to be called in traditional fashion as as objects.
>> Or have I missed your point?
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