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Readonly.pm * Creates scalars, arrays (not lists), and hashes. * Creates variables that look and work like native perl variables. * Creates global or lexical variables. * Works at runtime or compile time. * Works with deep or shallow data structures. * Prevents reassignment of Readonly variables.
Readonly version 1.03 ===================== CHANGES FROM VERSION 1.02 (See "Changes" file for details) o Syntax of Readonly() function has changed, for users of Perl 5.8 and later. DESCRIPTION Readonly.pm provides a facility for creating non-modifiable scalars, arrays, and hashes. Perl provides a built-in mechanism (the "use constant" pragma) to create constant scalars and lists. That me more»
Readonly(3) User Contributed Perl Documentation Readonly(3) - -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 NAME Readonly - Facility for creating read-only scalars, arrays, hashes. VERSION This documentation describes version 1.03 of Readonly.pm, April 20, 2004. SYNOPSIS use Readonly; # Read-only scalar Readonly::Scalar $sca = more»
Revision history for Perl extension Readonly. 1.03 2004 April 20 - Changed the prototype for Readonly, to make the usage cleaner. Unfortunately, this breaks backwards-compatability for this function. Users of this function who have Perl 5.8 or later will have to change their source code. Also, users of this function who upgrade to perl 5.8+ will have to change their usage. Having d more»