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Thanks for the great pointers. I'm already incorporating several of them. Im reading up on the DBIx::Connect, DBI::DWIW, and AxKit modules to see what I might like to grab, and I'll be reading all the module documentation I can get my hands on to learn more about subclassing.

Most importantly, I agree whole-heartedly with samtregar's suggestion about comments and documentation. I'm having a terrible time figuring out why I set up the original version of this website the way I did, to the point of not even knowing what a couple of my database fields are for. I'm flattered, belg4mit, that you found my code so easy to read, but I don't want to come back in another year and wonder what the heck I was thinking when I set things up this way. ;)

Thanks again, Monks. Now off to become one with perlpod

Update: edited AxKit link

In reply to Re: Help with my Coding Style - another chance to critique by rattusillegitimus
in thread Help with my Coding Style - another chance to critique by rattusillegitimus

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