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Lazy Data Using Perl

by on Jul 03, 2011

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Your data's lifecycle is an important part of making it usable. Lazy data is loaded once, when it is needed, and does not need to be checked every time it is used. This talk describes using Trampoline ...

Your data's lifecycle is an important part of making it usable. Lazy data is loaded once, when it is needed, and does not need to be checked every time it is used. This talk describes using Trampoline objects, subroutines and state variables to initialize the data structure only once.

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