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CentOS 7.0 - man page for object::deadly::_unsafe (centos section 3)

Object::Deadly::_unsafe(3)     User Contributed Perl Documentation     Object::Deadly::_unsafe(3)

NAME
       Object::Deadly::_unsafe - Implementation for the deadly object

METHODS
       "$obj->DESTROY"
	   The DESTROY method doesn't die. This is defined so it won't be AUTOLOADed or fetched
	   from UNIVERSAL.

       "$obj->isa"
       "$obj->can"
       "$obj->version"
       "$obj->DOES"
       "$obj->import"
       "$obj->require"
       "$obj->use"
       "$obj->blessed"
       "$obj->dump"
       "$obj->peek"
       "$obj->refaddr"
       "$obj->exports"
       "$obj->moniker"
       "$obj->plural_moniker"
       "$obj->which"
       "$obj->AUTOLOAD"
	   Each of AUTOLOAD, a named list of known UNIVERSAL functions and then a query for
	   everything currently known are all implemented with "Object::Deadly->get_death" to
	   prevent anything from sneaking through to a successful call against something in
	   UNIVERSAL.

	   That list of functions are what core perl uses plus a bunch from CPAN modules
	   including UNIVERSAL, UNIVERSAL::require, UNIVERSAL::dump, UNIVERSAL::exports,
	   UNIVERSAL::moniker, UNIVERSAL::which. That's just the list as it exists today. If
	   someone else creates a new one and you load it, be sure to do it *prior* to loading
	   this module so I can have at least a chance at noticing anything it's loaded.

SEE ALSO
       Object::Deadly, Object::Deadly::_safe

perl v5.16.3				    2006-09-25		       Object::Deadly::_unsafe(3)


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