Sep 22, 2015, 7:21 AM
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Your description is too general and vague to point you to any code examples and searching for code examples at this point is not going to be helpful. In fact it will make it harder for you to meet your goal.
Re: [FishMan] Notification Architecture in perl
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Your starting point should be to write a detailed flowchart of the logic flow of the application. The more detailed you make the flowchart, the easier it will be to write the code. The flowchart does not need to, nor should it, include any actual code. It's a step-by-step layout of how the application flows/functions. After the flowchart is written, then start writing the code step-by-step based on your flowchart.
In almost all cases, the application requirements you receive will be very general and vague. So, as you're building the flowchart, have your boss review it to make sure you both have the same understanding of the requirements and make sure you ask for clarifications if you're unsure of any of the details.
When you get stuck, post your code and a specific question on the part that is giving you trouble.