Difference: ClassMethod (1 vs. 2)

Revision 22010-06-24 - TWikiContributor

 
META TOPICPARENT name="ObjectMethod"
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A ClassMethod is a method that must be called relative to the containing class object. This normally only applies to the new method used to create new object instances. For example,
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Class Method

 
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A ClassMethod is a method that must be called relative to the containing class object. This normally only applies to the new method used to create new object instances. For example,
 

package Telecoms

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ClassMethod new()

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ClassMethod new()

 
my $mobile = new Telecoms();
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my $mobile = Telecoms->new();
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Related Topics: StaticMethod, ObjectMethod, DeveloperDocumentationCategory
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Related Topics: DeveloperDocumentationCategory, StaticMethod, ObjectMethod
 

Revision 12005-03-27 - TWikiContributor

 
META TOPICPARENT name="ObjectMethod"
A ClassMethod is a method that must be called relative to the containing class object. This normally only applies to the new method used to create new object instances. For example,

package Telecoms

ClassMethod new()

my $mobile = new Telecoms();
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my $mobile = Telecoms->new();

Related Topics: DeveloperDocumentationCategory, StaticMethod, ObjectMethod

 
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