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Store package(class) name in a variable, and remove an instance of a package

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Hello. I have 2 (probably simple) perl questions.

1. I want to store a package (or class) name in a variable. How do I do this? I want something like this:
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  1. @classes=("myclass","myotherclass","anotheroneofmyclasses");
  2. foreach(@classes){new $_;}
I found you can do this with functions by doing \&functionname. Is there a similar way to do this for package names?

2. After I create an instance of a package, how do I remove it? If I have something like
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  1. $myobject=new someobject;
Then how do I delete it when I am done with it? Is it ok if I just never delete it?

Thanks!
Mar 19 '08 #1
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