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      12-24-2003
Hi,

I'm wondering if object-oriented perl is a must-use if say you're
going to code a pretty large program. I've used perl for almost a year
but have written large plain perl code. I try to organise my code by
putting related subs in different modules and have the main script
call those subs. In that way, I'm able to reuse some of the modules.
However, it's non-OO.

I find OO perl a little confusing. Are there any no compelling reasons
to use it?
 
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