> I have a small grasp of the concept, but what I am doing involves a
> better understanding than I have. I am doing a project that will allow
> a user to build a particular file called a do file. Its used in a
> tool called iccraftsman. In this particular file it has several
> sections. Each section has a few things that are alike. It seems that
> when I am done this is going to be a pretty big program as we have lots
> of ideas about functionality. So I figured I would try to do it in OOP
> style for ease of future changes and maintainance. Hope this helps..
> On Fri, 2003-09-12 at 08:42, James Edward Gray II wrote:
> On Friday, September 12, 2003, at 09:32 AM, Eric Walker wrote:
>> Does anyone have a good hold of how to do object oriented programming
>> perl? Maybe a few lines of code as examples?
> I feel my grasp of the concept is strong, but perhaps myself, and
> others, could help more if we knew what you're trying.
> Are you familiar with Object Oriented Programming concepts in
> Have you used it other languages?
> Object Oriented Perl is an excellent book, if you're interested.