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That question doesn't belong in the spirit of Perl. If you want others to decide how you should approach things, you should be using Python, or Java. If you program Perl, you should use what you think is right for you.

Aside from the above, lots of useful info, thanks.

I do have to reply to the above though. What's that about? Looks like I touched a nerve. When I say "Does anyone have any thoughts...", I'm looking for suggestions and ideas from others. I'll use those suggestions along with my own thoughts to come to a conclusion. Since other folks might end up using code I've written, I was hoping to get a perspective on what they might expect.

Yeesh.


In reply to Re: Re: Exceptions and Return Codes by kschwab
in thread Exceptions and Return Codes by kschwab

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