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Tie::StdHandle(3pm)					 Perl Programmers Reference Guide				       Tie::StdHandle(3pm)

NAME
Tie::StdHandle - base class definitions for tied handles SYNOPSIS
package NewHandle; require Tie::Handle; @ISA = qw(Tie::Handle); sub READ { ... } # Provide a needed method sub TIEHANDLE { ... } # Overrides inherited method package main; tie *FH, 'NewHandle'; DESCRIPTION
The Tie::StdHandle package provide most methods for file handles described in perltie (the exceptions are "UNTIE" and "DESTROY"). It causes tied file handles to behave exactly like standard file handles and allow for selective overwriting of methods. perl v5.16.2 2012-10-25 Tie::StdHandle(3pm)

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Tie::Handle(3pm)					 Perl Programmers Reference Guide					  Tie::Handle(3pm)

NAME
Tie::Handle - base class definitions for tied handles SYNOPSIS
package NewHandle; require Tie::Handle; @ISA = qw(Tie::Handle); sub READ { ... } # Provide a needed method sub TIEHANDLE { ... } # Overrides inherited method package main; tie *FH, 'NewHandle'; DESCRIPTION
This module provides some skeletal methods for handle-tying classes. See perltie for a list of the functions required in tying a handle to a package. The basic Tie::Handle package provides a "new" method, as well as methods "TIEHANDLE", "PRINT", "PRINTF" and "GETC". For developers wishing to write their own tied-handle classes, the methods are summarized below. The perltie section not only documents these, but has sample code as well: TIEHANDLE classname, LIST The method invoked by the command "tie *glob, classname". Associates a new glob instance with the specified class. "LIST" would represent additional arguments (along the lines of AnyDBM_File and compatriots) needed to complete the association. WRITE this, scalar, length, offset Write length bytes of data from scalar starting at offset. PRINT this, LIST Print the values in LIST PRINTF this, format, LIST Print the values in LIST using format READ this, scalar, length, offset Read length bytes of data into scalar starting at offset. READLINE this Read a single line GETC this Get a single character CLOSE this Close the handle OPEN this, filename (Re-)open the handle BINMODE this Specify content is binary EOF this Test for end of file. TELL this Return position in the file. SEEK this, offset, whence Position the file. Test for end of file. DESTROY this Free the storage associated with the tied handle referenced by this. This is rarely needed, as Perl manages its memory quite well. But the option exists, should a class wish to perform specific actions upon the destruction of an instance. MORE INFORMATION
The perltie section contains an example of tying handles. COMPATIBILITY
This version of Tie::Handle is neither related to nor compatible with the Tie::Handle (3.0) module available on CPAN. It was due to an accident that two modules with the same name appeared. The namespace clash has been cleared in favor of this module that comes with the perl core in September 2000 and accordingly the version number has been bumped up to 4.0. perl v5.16.2 2012-08-26 Tie::Handle(3pm)
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