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Thursday March 07, 2002
01:57 PM

Doofus

[ #3354 ]
Captain, I am a fool. Here I've been going around, looking for OO stuff in Perl, asking for help, whinging on the Monastery CB, etc., and I own a copy of Advanced Perl Programming.

Sigh.

Just printed out significant chunks of chapters 7 and 8, the ones that explain OO in English and then go right on to show you code.

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  • I had no peace until I realized that everyone had their own opinion of what OO "really" means, and that one person's ideas might contradict another's, or might be totally noncommensurate.

    For me, I think you get most of the bang for your buck if you just think of it as an interface style, and work backwords from there. Most people seem to agree on practice, but not "principles", whatever that means.

    I guess that that approach of mine would say that the way to learn OO then, is to look at interfaces of OO