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44992.
Presents an ordinary array, but it is kept sorted. All pushes and unshifts cause the elements in question to be inserted in the appropriate location to maintain order.
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Located in Package: libtie-array-sorted-perl
44993.
perl Tie::Cache - LRU Cache in Memory
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Located in Package: libtie-cache-perl
44994.
This module implements a least recently used (LRU) cache in memory through a tie interface. Any time data is stored in the tied hash, that key/value pair has an entry time associated with it, and as the cache fills up, those members of the cache that are the oldest are removed to make room for new entries.
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Located in Package: libtie-cache-perl
44995.
So, the cache only "remembers" the last written entries, up to the size of the cache. This can be especially useful if you access great amounts of data, but only access a minority of the data a majority of the time.
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Located in Package: libtie-cache-perl
44996.
module for managing a case preserving but case insensitive hash table
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Located in Package: libtie-cphash-perl
44997.
Tie::CPHash provides a hash table that is case preserving but case insensitive. This means that
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Located in Package: libtie-cphash-perl
44999.
all refer to the same entry. Also, the hash remembers which form of the key was last used to store the entry. The keys and each functions will return the key that was used to set the value.
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Located in Package: libtie-cphash-perl
45000.
module for cycling through a list of values via a scalar
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Located in Package: libtie-cycle-perl
45001.
You use Tie::Cycle to go through a list over and over again. Once you get to the end of the list, you go back to the beginning. You don't have to worry about any of this since the magic of tie does that for you.
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Located in Package: libtie-cycle-perl
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The tie takes an array reference as its third argument. The tie should succeed unless the argument is not an array reference. Previous versions required you to use an array that had more than one element (what's the pointing of looping otherwise?), but I've removed that restriction since the number of elements you want to use may change depending on the situation.
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Located in Package: libtie-cycle-perl
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