May 18, 2013, 7:17 AM
Post #7 of 7
This is a small sample of object oriented perl code. G4143's answer is written in correct object oriented language. Since you cannot understand that answer, you must do some background work.
First, you must learn to use perl's documentation. From you command line, type:
Use that tool to begin learning about object oriented programming in perl.
The DESCRIPTION section of that document describes several other documents which you may have to read first.
These pages and the answers you already have should answer your original question. If you still have questions about the details, post again!