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This creates a new object (as supplied by the Symbol package) It takes two optional arguments, which should be IO::Handle objects, or an object that is a subclass of IO::Handle These arguments will be used during the pipe() system call If no arguments are supplied, the handles method is called Supported methods are described here
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_IOFBF _IOLBF
Description
Causes the input and output to be fully buffered Causes the output to be line buffered The buffer will be flushed when a newline character is written to the filehandle, when the buffer is full, or when input is requested on the handle Causes the input and output to be completely unbuffered
_IONBF Table B-10
Options for the FileHandle->setvbuf Method
Appendix B:
Standard Perl Library
The object is reblessed into a subclass of IO::Handle and is the handle at the reading end of the pipe Any supplied ARGS are used when calling exec after a fork
writer([ARGS])
The object is reblessed into a subclass of IO::Handle and is the handle at the writing end of the pipe Any supplied ARGS are used when calling exec after a fork
handles
This method returns two objects blessed into IO::Pipe::End or a subclass thereof
References
See IO, IO::Handle, Symbol
IO::Seekable
This module supplies base seek methods for IO objects
use IO::Seekable; package IO::Package; @ISA = qw/IO::Seekable/;
It provides base methods for other IO::* modules to implement the positional functionality normally handled by the seek and tell built-in functions Note that the module does not support any constructor methods of its own The methods support the seek and location within file descriptors, using the fgetpos() and fsetpos() C functions The methods are supported within IO::File as IO::File::getpos and IO::File::setpos methods, respectively See the seek and tell functions in Appendix A for more information
References
s 4, 8, Appendix A; see also IO, IO::File
IO::Select
This module supports an object-oriented interface to the select() system call
use IO::Select;
APPENDIXES
The module allows you to monitor which IO::Handle objects are ready for reading or writing, or have an error pending, just like the select built-in function
Perl: The Complete Reference
You can create a new IO::Select object with the new method:
new([HANDLES])
The optional HANDLES argument is a list of IO::Handle objects to initialize into the IO::Select object Once created, the new object supports the following, more pragmatic, interface to the select function
add(HANDLES)
adds the list of IO::Handle objects, integer file descriptor, or array reference, where the first element is an IO::Handle object or integer It is these objects that will be returned when an event occurs This works by the file descriptor number (as returned by fileno), so duplicated handles are not added
remove(HANDLES)
removes the given handles from the object
exists(HANDLE)
returns true if HANDLE is a part of the set
handles
returns an array of all the handles within the set
can_read([TIMEOUT])
returns an array of handles that are ready for reading The method blocks for a maximum of TIMEOUT seconds If TIMEOUT is not specified, the call blocks indefinitely
can_write([TIMEOUT])
returns an array of handles that are ready for writing The method blocks for a maximum of TIMEOUT seconds If TIMEOUT is not specified, the call blocks indefinitely
AM FL Y
Appendix B:
Standard Perl Library
has_error([TIMEOUT])
returns an array of handles that have a pending error condition The method blocks for a maximum of TIMEOUT seconds If TIMEOUT is not specified, the call blocks indefinitely
count
returns the number of handles that will be returned when a can_* method is called
bits
returns a bitstring suitable for passing to the built-in select function
IO::Select::select(READ, WRITE, ERROR, [, TIMEOUT])
The select method is a static method that must be called with the package name, as just shown The function returns an array of three elements Each is a reference to an array holding the reference to the handles that are ready for reading, are ready for writing, and have error conditions waiting, respectively The READ, WRITE, and ERROR arguments are IO::Select objects, or undef The optional TIMEOUT value is the number of seconds to wait for a handle to become ready
References
8, 12; see IO, IO::File, IO::Handle
IO::Socket
This module supports an object interface for socket communications
use IO::Socket;
This class supports socket-based communication It exports the functions and constants supported by Socket and also inherits methods from IO::Handle, in addition to defining a number of common methods suitable for all sockets The IO::Socket::INET and IO::Socket::UNIX classes define additional methods for specific socket types The new method creates a new IO::Socket object using a symbol generated by the Symbol package
$socket = IO::Socket->new(Domain => 'UNIX');
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