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Nothing wrong really , but a common strategy is to seperate concerns, which you've done by using functions , but you could seperate them out a bit further, by means of model view controller pattern, which becomes more important the bigger your project becomes

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If your application isn't tied to a particular implementation (mod_perl), if you target PSGI/Plack, you can run on mod_perl or practically any webserver


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