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Re: Understanding a OOP Code: Package declared within a Packageby BrowserUk (Patriarch)
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In the Code , I found , a (actually more then one) Package, being declared in another Package.
I assume by that you mean you have a file with more that one package statement in it; and those package statements have different names after them?
Functions and methods become a part of whatever package is currently in force. So in this snippet:
There are five functions declared in three packages: A::fred() & A::cleo(); B::bill()/c> & <c>B::joan(); C::mary()
The number and ordering of package statement within a file is completely flexible; a subroutine belongs to whatever package (statement) is in force at the time of its definition.
It is also quite possible to split packages across multiple files; though the are generally less good reasons for doing so.
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