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Heeeelllp!! (A second cry for help - Re: autoloading functions from a text string)

by hackmare (Pilgrim)
on Mar 01, 2002 at 14:41 UTC ( #148575=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to autoloading functions from a text string

I am saddened, for this is the first time that while I seek the light of knowledge from the monastary, I trip over the root of is my own ignorance, and that of my bretheren.

Nobody seems to have an answer to this post. Perhaps I will have to do more reading. I think this is the first time I've asked a question that is either too hard or so pedantic that nobody deigns to soil their pen over it.

I have made nary any progress regarding this trecherous question and am beginning to dispair that the knowledge I seek exists not.

Again, the question I seek an answer to is simple, I think:
How do I dynamically define the values sub1,sub2,sub3 in the example above such that I can define them through the new() constructor? The idea would be to pass a file name to the constructor and have it define the

Maybe I can directly invoke the @isa array within the constructor, rather in front of it?


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