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Object-Oriented Programming In Perl (part 2)
Object methods and properties, inheritance, overrides and destructors - they're all here!

| Tip O' The Iceberg |

The last time out, I explained what references were, and showed you a few examples of how they can be used in your Perl scripts. I also explained the basics of Perl packages, and showed you how to build and use them in a script.

Of course, that was just the tip of the iceberg. In this second article, I'm going to delve deeper into the mysteries of Perl objects, and throw light on a few other things that may not yet be completely clear to you. Keep reading!

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