- 2. several my ($var1,$var2,%hash1); lines is ok.
Learn to use hash/array to reduce the number of variables and group them in useful structure.
- 3. Super Search my frien, Super Search is your friend.
Almost all is said in my and local??.
In brief lexically scoped variables are a kind of local variables.
said you'll probably have to play with Objects,
as he already suggested perlboot, I will only add perltoot
and Object Oriented Perl
(I haven't read it yet but I've only heard good comment about it...)
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