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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I do that in "scripts", basically write what I want to happen, then fill in the details. I usually put a main function at the top too, as the entry point, followed by exit just to be explicit about what's happening (to indicate that there's no "inline" code between subroutine definitions).

    In modules, I'd tend to use the "learning-order" that people mentioned.