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Difference between Object Oriented versus Procedural Perl

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what is the difference between object oriented Per and procedural perl
Aug 29 '07 #1
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The pat answer is that procedural programming use lots of functions to process data, OO uses objects with properties to process data.

Beginning Perl: Chapter 12, Object Oriented Perl
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