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1)I want to know why are large systems using event driven interfaces much easier to design, implement and maintain using the OOP approach.

2)What is polymorphism ?
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Point your favorite browser to:
==> http://genome-www.stanford.edu/perlOOP/oofaq/

(If I find more, I'll add a comment)
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