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The five basic concepts of OO programming are all but one available in Perl, but they are not enforced. You are permitted to mix OO-programming with sequential programming in Perl, which is both a blessing and a disaster. When I look at modules which say to be OO, but have thousands of lines, than the rules of abstraction are definitely violated.

But what's Wrong? Inheritance

Created by Mark Overmeer with PPresenter on 11 July 2001