Tie::Counter - Have a counter in a scalar. River stage zero No dependents

"Tie::Counter" allows you to tie a scalar in such a way that it increments each time it is used. This might be useful for interpolating counters in strings. The tie takes an optional extra argument, the first value of the counter, defaulting to 0. An...

ABIGAIL/Tie-Counter-2009110701 - 07 Nov 2009 16:40:28 GMT

Tie::CountLoop - Have a counter looping in a scalar with min max and increment value. River stage zero No dependents

"Tie::CountLoop" allows you to tie a scalar in such a way that it increments each time it is used. The tie takes 4 optionals extra arguments. Argument 1: is the *start* value of the counter. (default =0). Argument 2: is the *increment* value. (defaul...

FDULAU/Tie-CountLoop-1.7 - 25 Sep 2008 14:17:06 GMT

Tie::Cfg - Ties simple configuration (.ini) files to hashes. Handles arrays and recurrent sections. River stage zero No dependents

This module reads in a configuration file at 'tie' and writes it at 'untie'. You can use file locking to prevent others from accessing the configuration file, but this should only be used if the configuration file is used as a small data file to hold...

OESTERHOL/Tie-Cfg-0.32 - 25 Feb 2003 13:57:32 GMT

Tie::OneOff - create tied variables without defining a separate package River stage zero No dependents

The Perl tie mechanism ties a Perl variable to a Perl object. This means that, conventionally, for each distinct set of tied variable semantics one needs to create a new package. The package symbol table then acts as a dispatch table for the intrinsi...

NOBULL/Tie-OneOff-1.03 - 02 Feb 2008 10:21:05 GMT

Tie::Cacher - Cache a (sub)set of key/value pairs. Tie and OO interface. River stage zero No dependents

This module implements a least recently used (LRU) cache in memory through a tie and a OO interface. Any time a key/value pair is fetched or stored, an entry time is associated with it, and as the cache fills up, those members of the cache that are t...

THOSPEL/Tie-Cacher-0.09 - 07 Jun 2004 01:31:50 GMT

Tie::RDBM::Cached - Tie hashes to relational databases. River stage zero No dependents

In addition to Tie::RDBM this module provides a caching method for fast updates to data. This can be EASILY achieved by the user with a little effort without resorting to this module. I wrote the module because I like the interface to the hash and on...

HARRY/Tie-RDBM-Cached-0.03 - 24 Sep 2004 23:57:59 GMT

Tie::Hash::KeysMask River stage zero No dependents

If e.g. choose key mask "sub {uc $_[0]}" one can access an element without care of case of the key. In place of "sub { }" particular items can be used which will be translated into a CODE. The translation is 'lc' => sub { lc $_[0] } 'uc' => sub { uc ...

SCHOEJO/Tie-Hash-KeysMask-0.03 - 30 Aug 2008 13:31:09 GMT

Tie::Array::Iterable - Allows creation of iterators for lists and arrays River stage zero No dependents

"Tie::Hash::Iterable" allows one to create iterators for lists and arrays. The concept of iterators is borrowed from the C++ STL [1], in which most of the collections have iterators, though this class does not attempt to fully mimic it. Typically, in...

MNEYLON/Tie-Array-Iterable-0.03 - 16 Nov 2001 02:35:46 GMT

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