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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • by Alias (5735) on 2008.01.10 19:16 (#60141) Homepage Journal
    I'm not sure I realized that either :/

    I did a whole Java project without apparently realizing it.
    • ROTFL! Now I feel better!

      I'm also still struggling with the fact that constructors aren't really methods that just happen to return a new object. In fact they don't return anything at all.

      I believe the site I found that clarified the issue of method inheritance vs. constructor inheritance stated that calling constructors methods was a bit like saying the platypus was just another mammal. But then, when I finally tracked down the statement about the lack of constructor inheritance in O'Reilly's Learni

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