Search results for "module:UNIVERSAL::isa"

UNIVERSAL::isa - Attempt to recover from people calling UNIVERSAL::isa as a function River stage three • 19 direct dependents • 525 total dependents

Whenever you use "isa" in UNIVERSAL as a function, a kitten using Test::MockObject dies. Normally, the kittens would be helpless, but if they use UNIVERSAL::isa (the module whose docs you are reading), the kittens can live long and prosper. This modu...

ETHER/UNIVERSAL-isa-1.20171012 - 12 Oct 2017 05:36:14 UTC

UNIVERSAL - base class for ALL classes (blessed references) River stage five • 11083 direct dependents • 32215 total dependents

"UNIVERSAL" is the base class from which all blessed references inherit. See perlobj. "UNIVERSAL" provides the following methods: "$obj->isa( TYPE )" "CLASS->isa( TYPE )" "eval { VAL->isa( TYPE ) }" Where "TYPE" is a package name $obj is a blessed re...

RJBS/perl-5.36.0 - 28 May 2022 00:26:10 UTC

UNIVERSAL::Acme - Because it's a METHOD, hoser. River stage zero No dependents

Tired of people who refuse to call functions as methods? Show 'em good with "UNIVERSAL::Acme"....

SEANO/UNIVERSAL-Acme-0.01 - 09 Mar 2007 13:21:47 UTC

UNIVERSAL::can - work around buggy code calling UNIVERSAL::can() as a function River stage three • 7 direct dependents • 498 total dependents

The UNIVERSAL class provides a few default methods so that all objects can use them. Object orientation allows programmers to override these methods in subclasses to provide more specific and appropriate behavior. Some authors call methods in the UNI...

CHROMATIC/UNIVERSAL-can-1.20140328 - 28 Mar 2014 23:23:05 UTC

UNIVERSAL::DOES - Provides UNIVERSAL::DOES() method for older perls River stage two • 4 direct dependents • 15 total dependents

"UNIVERSAL::DOES" provides a "UNIVERSAL::DOES()" method for compatibility with perl 5.10.x. This module also provides a "does()" function that checks something does some roles, suggested in perltodo....

GFUJI/UNIVERSAL-DOES-0.005 - 22 Aug 2014 23:13:39 UTC

UNIVERSAL::moniker River stage two • 7 direct dependents • 24 total dependents

Class names in Perl often don't sound great when spoken, or look good when written in prose. For this reason, we tend to say things like "customer" or "basket" when we are referring to "My::Site::User::Customer" or "My::Site::Shop::Basket". We though...

KASEI/UNIVERSAL-moniker-0.08 - 21 Jul 2004 15:01:34 UTC

UNIVERSAL::Object - A useful base class River stage two • 6 direct dependents • 10 total dependents

This is a simple base class that provides a protocol for object construction and destruction. It aims to be as simple as possible while still being complete....

STEVAN/UNIVERSAL-Object-0.16 - 22 Sep 2018 12:58:21 UTC

Attribute::Persistent - Really lazy persistence River stage zero No dependents

This module provides a way of abstracting away persistence of array and hash variables. It's useful for quick hacks when you don't care about pulling in the right DBM library and calling "tie" and so on. Its job is to reduce fuss for the lazy program...

SCOTT/Attribute-Persistent-1.1 - 25 Jun 2005 22:26:40 UTC

UNIVERSAL::derived_classes - Returns derived classes of a class River stage zero No dependents

"UNIVERSAL::derived_classes" provides the following methods: "CLASS->derived_classes(REVERSED)" "$obj->derived_classes(REVERSED)" Where "REVERSED" is the flag to reverse classes When used as a class method ("CLASS->derived_classes(REVERSED)"), "deriv...

TAMASHIRO/UNIVERSAL-derived_classes-0.02 - 28 Nov 2007 11:54:32 UTC

Test::MockObject::Universal - a truly universal mock object River stage two • 8 direct dependents • 17 total dependents

This class provides a very simple mock object that does not inherit from Test::MockObject. The goal of this module is to be as simple and fast as possible. If you want more functionality you should probably look at Test::MockObject....

TEX/Test-MockObject-Universal-0.11 - 25 Nov 2012 12:42:52 UTC

UNIVERSAL::Object::Immutable - Another useful base class River stage two • 6 direct dependents • 10 total dependents

You can use this class in the same manner that you would use UNIVERSAL::Object, the only difference is that the instances created will be immutable. When are instances made Immutable? Obviously we need to create and initialize the instance before we ...

STEVAN/UNIVERSAL-Object-0.16 - 22 Sep 2018 12:58:21 UTC
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