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diotalevi said:

also notice you use the indirect object syntax - that's likely a mistake on your part and it should be rectified.

Your response seemed to indicate that you didn't really understand what he meant. "Indirect object syntax" refers to calling methods like so:

my $obj = new Object(); # Indirect Object notation (class method) my $ret = some_method $obj; # Indirect Object notation (instance metho +d)
Using this syntax is not recommended. It suffers from several serious ambiguities. See perlobj for more information. There are also sure to be several nodes around here which warn against it.

-sauoq
"My two cents aren't worth a dime.";

In reply to Re: Re: Re: CPAN Module Proposal: Business::Ship by sauoq
in thread CPAN Module Proposal: Business::Ship by danb

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