Difference: ClassMethod (1 vs. 2)

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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

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: DeveloperDocumentationCategory, StaticMethod, ObjectMethod
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Related Topics: StaticMethod, ObjectMethod, DeveloperDocumentationCategory
 
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