Jul 20, 2023

Use IO handles with non-file objects

IO-stringy makes it possible to create perl filehandles that point to just about any object. It contains next modules

IOAtomicFile - write a file which is updated atomically

IOInnerFile - define a file inside another file

IOLines - IO interface for reading/writing an array of lines

IOScalar - IO interface for reading/writing a scalar

IOScalarArray - IO interface for reading/writing an array of scalars

IOWrap - wrap raw filehandles in IOHandle interface

IOWrapTie - wrap tieable objects in IOHandle interface

WWW https//metacpan.org/release/IO-stringy

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