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You're right, after actually getting around to testing it with multiple instances, perl started to complain about sub redefinitions, so the constructor is not the best place to do this :)

I've now made a base class by shamelessly copying your code :P and made a Datatable class that inherits the base class and adds SQLquery-generating subs.

Unfortunately, it seems I will need to try both methods of OO-programming...the manual method to further my understanding of things, and using Moose to leave maintainable code for my colleagues :)

Also, right now the automatically generated accessors don't check anything about the data they are given. This is not how it is supposed to end up (at which point I will probably have to take them out of the autogenerated batch or try something like reassigning a new sub whenever the need arises) but just to get started.

In reply to Re^2: OO automatic accessor generation by Neighbour
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