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Net::ACL::Set::Scalar
Class replacing a scalar data element

Net::ACL::Set::Scalar - Class replacing a scalar data element



NAME

Net::ACL::Set::Scalar - Class replacing a scalar data element


SYNOPSIS


    use Net::ACL::Set::Scalar;

    # Construction

    my $set = new Net::ACL::Set::Scalar(1,42);

    # Accessor Methods

    @data = $set->set(@data); # same as: $data[1] = 42;


DESCRIPTION

This module is a very simpel array ellement replacement utility to allow simple value replacement with Net::ACL::Rule.


CONSTRUCTOR

new()

    my $set = new Net::ACL::Set::Scalar(1,42);

This is the constructor for Net::ACL::Set::Scalar objects. It returns a reference to the newly created object.

It takes one argument. If the argument is an array reference with one element, the element will be placed instead of the first argument to the set method.

If an array reference has more then one element, the second element should be the argument number to be replaced in the set method.

Otherwise, the value will directly be used instead of the first argument of the set method.


ACCESSOR METHODS

set()
This function modifies the arguments according to the arguments of the constructor and returns them.


SEE ALSO

Net::ACL::Set, Net::ACL::Rule, Net::ACL


AUTHOR

Martin Lorensen <bgp@martin.lorensen.dk>

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