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Lexical::Alias - makes a lexical an alias for another variable
This module allows you to alias a lexical (declared with "my") variable to another variable (package or lexical). You will receive a fatal error if you try aliasing a scalar to something that is not a scalar (etc.). Parameter Swaping (new!) Version 0...PINYAN/Lexical-Alias-0.04 - 19 May 2003 15:17:15 UTC
Lexical::Util - utilities for lexical item manipulation
"Lexical::Util" is a module containing some common routines used by modules dealing with the lexical variables of routines other than their own. They are taken from various sources, including PadWalker, Perl6::Binding, and Lexical::Alias. This module...KVAIL/Lexical-Util-0.8 - 30 Jul 2004 02:02:31 UTC
Lexical::Types - Extend the semantics of typed lexicals.
This pragma allows you to hook the execution of typed lexicals declarations ("my Str $x") by calling a configurable method in a configurable package at each run. In particular, it can be used to automatically tie or bless typed lexicals whenever they...VPIT/Lexical-Types-0.16 - 04 Nov 2017 17:13:40 UTC
Lexical::Persistence - Persistent lexical variable values for arbitrary calls.
Lexical::Persistence does a few things, all related. Note that all the behaviors listed here are the defaults. Subclasses can override nearly every aspect of Lexical::Persistence's behavior. Lexical::Persistence lets your code access persistent data ...RCAPUTO/Lexical-Persistence-1.023 - 19 Aug 2013 14:19:43 UTC
Acme::Lexical::Thief - steal lexical variables from your caller
This package allows you access to your caller's lexical variables, without them knowing! Full read/write access. This is generally a pretty bad idea, hence the Acme namespace. You can steal scalars, arrays and hashes: steal $car, @treasures, %stash; ...TOBYINK/Acme-Lexical-Thief-0.002 - 10 Sep 2014 22:29:13 UTC