Switch - A switch statement for Perl, do not use if you can use given/when
The Switch.pm module implements a generalized case mechanism that covers most (but not all) of the numerous possible combinations of switch and case values described above. The module augments the standard Perl syntax with two new control statements:...CHORNY/Switch-2.17 - 18 Mar 2014 12:30:25 UTC
AHA::Switch - Object representing an AHA managed switch/actor
This module represents an actor/switch for the AVM home automation system. It encapsulated an actor with a certain AIN and provides all methods as described in "AHA" with the difference, that not AIN is required, since this has been already provided ...FANY/AHA-0.6 - 05 Jun 2021 00:46:59 UTC
Switch::Plain - a simple switch statement for Perl
This module provides (yet another) switch statement for Perl. Differences between this module and Switch include: * It's not a source filter. (It uses perl's pluggable keywords instead.) * It generates non-horrible code. If you want to see this for y...MAUKE/Switch-Plain-0.0501 - 16 Apr 2017 20:53:43 UTC
Runops::Switch - Alternate runloop for the perl interpreter
This module provides an alternate runops loop. It's based on a large switch statement, instead of function pointer calls like the regular perl one (in run.c in the perl source code.) I wrote it for benchmarking purposes....RGARCIA/Runops-Switch-0.04 - 21 Jan 2008 14:58:09 UTC
Switch::Reftype - Execute code based on which type of reference is given.
Sometimes, you want your subroutine or method to perform a specific action based on the type of argument given. For example, your subroutine might accept either a simple scalar, an array reference, or a hash reference. Depending on which type of argu...PRAMAKERS/Switch-Reftype-0.001 - 02 Nov 2015 19:36:04 UTC
Switch::Perlish - A Perlish implementation of the switch statement.
This is a Perl-oriented implementation of the "switch" statement. It uses smart-matching in "case"s which can be configured and extended by the user. There is no magical syntax so "switch"/"case"/"default" expect coderefs, which are most simply provi...BROQ/Switch-Perlish-1.0.5 - 14 Jun 2006 15:30:24 UTC
RPC::Switch::Client - Connect to the RPC-Switch using Mojo.
RPC::Switch::Client is a class to build a client to connect to the RPC-Switch. The client can be used to initiate and inspect rpcs as well as for providing 'worker' services to the RPC-Switch....WIEGEROP/RPC-Switch-Client-0.21 - 12 Apr 2021 11:51:50 UTC
SVK::Command::Switch - Switch to another branch and keep local changes
23 Mar 2010 15:19:59 UTC
OpenGL::QEng::Switch - Switches in game -- Object looks and acts like a switch
12 Nov 2008 15:56:06 UTC
Logfile::Tail::Switch - Tail a file, but switch when another file with newer name appears
This class can be used to tail a file, but switch when a file of a newer name appears. For example, on an Spanel server, the webserver is configured to write to daily log files: /s/<SITE-NAME>/syslog/http_access.<YYYY>-<MM>-<DD>.log /s/<SITE-NAME>/sy...PERLANCAR/Logfile-Tail-Switch-0.004 - 30 Jan 2019 13:18:34 UTC
Net::DRI::DRD::SWITCH - SWITCH (.CH/.LI) policies for Net::DRI
Please see the README file for details....PMEVZEK/Net-DRI-0.96 - 25 Mar 2010 01:25:14 UTC
HTTP::Response::Switch - handle many HTTP response possibilities
Sometimes the only possible way to communicate with an online service is through a web application intended for human consumption--dealing with cookies, forms and parsing of HTML, perhaps with the help of WWW::Mechanize and Web::Scraper. When automat...LXP/HTTP-Response-Switch-1.1.1 - 06 Aug 2013 09:26:09 UTC
Meta::Baseline::Switch - module to help to sort through all available languages.
This is the "switch" library between all language modules....VELTZER/Meta-0.08 - 31 Dec 2002 10:05:41 UTC
RackMan::Device::Switch - Base role for network switches
This module is the base role for network switches....SAPER/RackMan-1.19 - 06 May 2016 15:02:29 UTC
Switch::Perlish::Smatch - the 'smart' behind the matching in S::P
Given two values compare them in an intelligent fashion (i.e *smart match*) regardless of type. This is done by discerning the types of the values and delegating to the associated subroutine, or "croak"ing if one isn't available. Glossary comparators...BROQ/Switch-Perlish-1.0.5 - 14 Jun 2006 15:30:24 UTC