Jul 20, 2023

Abstract away persistence of arrays and hashes

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 programmer at the cost of flexibility.

It uses MLDBM, so you can use complex data structures in your arrays and hashes. It uses AnyDBM_File, so if you really care about which DBM you get, you can modify AnyDBM_FileISA in a BEGIN block after loading this module.

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