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# Then, we reset the values of the variables and # eval the dumped ones ... "\n"; ### Reset the variables to rubbish values $megalith = 'Blah! '; $districts = [ 'Alderaan', 'Mordor', 'The Moon' ]; ### Print out the rubbish values print "Rubbish Values: $megalith = " . Here's our update program reimplemented yet again, this time to use #!

use Data:: Dumper; ### Customise Data:: Dumper's output style ### Refer to Data:: Dumper documentation for full details if ($ARGV[0] eq 'flat') $Data:: Dumper:: Purity = 1; ### Create some Perl variables my $megalith = 'Stonehenge'; my $districts = [ 'Wiltshire', 'Orkney', 'Dorset' ]; ### Print them out print "Initial Values: $megalith = " . /usr/bin/perl -w # # ch02/marshal/update_storable: Updates the given megalith data file # for a given site.

The decision not to cover the installation was made because the installation is different for each operating system, while I'd like to concentrate on the common features, the features that can be used across the whole range of supported systems.

Here is what you can find in this article: The sole purpose of this article is to serve as an introductory reading for those who have never used the two together.

Therefore, some knowledge of both Oracle and Perl is assumed, and although I will not try to show off my obfuscation abilities, this article still assumes that the reader has read "Learning Perl" and has some experience with Oracle RDBMS.

Describing installation on Unix or Linux and omitting Windows or VMS would open me for the accusations of being OS biased.

As I really am biased toward one type of OS, I wanted to hide that fact and cover just the common parts.