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Set::Scalar - basic set operations

Creating $s = Set::Scalar->new; $s = Set::Scalar->new(@members); $t = $s->clone; $t = $s->copy; # Clone of clone. $t = $s->empty_clone; # Like clone() but with no members. Modifying $s->insert(@members); $s->delete(@members); $s->invert(@members); # ...

DAVIDO/Set-Scalar-1.29 - 24 Mar 2014 14:50:23 UTC###
Set::Scalar::Base - base class for Set::Scalar

This is not the module you are looking for. See the Set::Scalar....

DAVIDO/Set-Scalar-1.29 - 24 Mar 2014 14:50:23 UTC###
Set::Scalar::Real - internal class for Set::Scalar

This is not the module you are looking for. If you want documentation see Set::Scalar....

DAVIDO/Set-Scalar-1.29 - 24 Mar 2014 14:50:23 UTC###
Set::Scalar::Null - internal class for Set::Scalar

This is not the module you are looking for. If you want documentation see Set::Scalar....

DAVIDO/Set-Scalar-1.29 - 24 Mar 2014 14:50:23 UTC###
Set::Scalar::Valued - valued sets

Valued sets are an extension of the traditional set concept. In addition to a member just existing in the set, the member also has a distinct value. You can think of this a combination of a traditional set and a Perl hash. The used methods are as for...

DAVIDO/Set-Scalar-1.29 - 24 Mar 2014 14:50:23 UTC###
Set::Scalar::Virtual - internal class for Set::Scalar

This is not the module you are looking for. See the Set::Scalar....

DAVIDO/Set-Scalar-1.29 - 24 Mar 2014 14:50:23 UTC###
Set::Scalar::Universe - universes for set members

There are only two guaranteed interfaces, both sort of indirect. The first one is accessing the universe of a set: $set->universe This contains the members of the universe $set->universe->members of the $set. The second supported interface is display...

DAVIDO/Set-Scalar-1.29 - 24 Mar 2014 14:50:23 UTC###
Net::ACL::Set::Scalar - Class replacing a scalar data element

This module is a very simpel array ellement replacement utility to allow simple value replacement with Net::ACL::Rule....

LORENSEN/Net-ACL-0.07 - 06 Jun 2003 20:01:38 UTC###
Set::Scalar::ValuedUniverse - universes for valued set members

There are only two guaranteed interfaces, both sort of indirect. The first one is accessing the universe of a valued set: $valued_set->universe This contains the members of the universe $valued_set->universe->members of the $valued_set. The second su...

DAVIDO/Set-Scalar-1.29 - 24 Mar 2014 14:50:23 UTC###
Set::FA - A Set of Discrete Finite Automata

Set::FA provides a mechanism to define and run a set of DFAs....

RSAVAGE/Set-FA-2.01 - 20 Sep 2016 02:48:16 UTC###
Set::Hash - Hashes as objects with lots of handy methods (including set comparisons) and support for method chaining.

Set::Hash allows you to create strings as objects and use OO-style methods on them. Many convenient methods are provided here that appear in the FAQ's, the Perl Cookbook or posts from comp.lang.perl.misc. In addition, there are Set methods with corre...

DJBERG/Set-Hash-0.01 - 16 Dec 2002 05:09:00 UTC###
Set::Tiny - Simple sets of strings

Set::Tiny is a thin wrapper around regular Perl hashes to perform often needed set operations, such as testing two sets of strings for equality, or checking whether one is contained within the other. For a more complete implementation of mathematical...

TRENDELS/Set-Tiny-0.04 - 04 Mar 2016 17:10:37 UTC###
Set::Light - (memory efficient) unordered set of strings

Set::Light implements an unordered set of strings. Set::Light currently uses a hash underneath, and each key of the hash points to the same scalar, thus saving memory per item. Why not use a hash? Usually you would use a hash to keep track of a list ...

RRWO/Set-Light-0.95 - 07 May 2021 12:03:20 UTC###
Set::Array - Arrays as objects with lots of handy methods

Set::Array allows you to create arrays as objects and use OO-style methods on them. Many convenient methods are provided here that appear in the FAQs, the Perl Cookbook or posts from comp.lang.perl.misc. In addition, there are Set methods with corres...

RSAVAGE/Set-Array-0.30 - 17 Sep 2013 23:39:08 UTC###
Array::Set - Perform set operations on arrays

This module provides routines for performing set operations on arrays. Set is represented as a regular Perl array. All comparison done with "eq" (string comparison) by default, but if your set contains references/undef, you can enable "allow_refs" op...

PERLANCAR/Array-Set-0.061 - 13 May 2021 03:03:56 UTC###
Set::String - Strings as objects with lots of handy methods (including set comparisons) and support for method chaining.

Set::String allows you to create strings as objects and use OO-style methods on them. Many convenient methods are provided here that appear in the FAQ's, the Perl Cookbook or posts from comp.lang.perl.misc. In addition, there are Set methods with cor...

DJBERG/Set-String-0.03 - 25 Apr 2002 14:02:42 UTC###
Set::Window - Manages an interval on the integer line

A "Set::Window" object represents a window on the integer line; that is, a finite set of consecutive integers. Methods are provided for creating and modifying windows, for obtaining information about windows, and for performing some simple set operat...

SWMCD/Set-Window-1.01 - 15 Jul 2002 18:50:40 UTC###
Set::Groups - A set of groups.

The Groups object implements a set of groups. Each group can own single members and group members. A group can be flattened, i.e. expansed until each of his members is a single one....

JACQUELIN/Set-Groups-0.8 - 06 Nov 2007 21:21:06 UTC###
Set::Product - generates the cartesian product of a set of lists

The "Set::Product" module generates the cartesian product of a set of lists....

GRAY/Set-Product-0.03 - 16 Nov 2015 07:29:43 UTC###
Set::Toolkit - searchable, orderable, flexible sets of (almost) anything.

This module implements a set objects that can contain members of (almost) any type, and provides a number of attached helpers to allow set and element manipulation at a variety of levels. By "almost", I mean that it won't let you store "undef" as a v...

SIRROBERT/Set-Toolkit-0.11 - 21 Apr 2010 14:07:23 UTC