Object-Oriented Programming In Perl

Length: 3 days

Prerequisites: Students should have taken Intermediate Topics in Perl or should be familiar with Perl modules, namespaces, and references.


This introduction to scalable programming covers in Perl all basic principles of OOP including discussing classes, objects, methods, single and multiple inheritance, and Perl syntax for these. The class also includes sections on object-oriented design and more specialized topics such as autoloading and conditional loading of modules.


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