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Tie::Array::Sorted::LaUser)Contributed Perl DocumenTie::Array::Sorted::Lazy(3)

NAME
       Tie::Array::Sorted::Lazy	- An array which is kept sorted

SYNOPSIS
	       use Tie::Array::Sorted::Lazy;

	       tie @a, "Tie::Array::Sorted::Lazy", sub { $_[0] <=> $_[1] };

	       push @a,	10, 4, 7, 3, 4;
	       print "@a"; # "3	4 4 7 10"

DESCRIPTION
       This is a version Tie::Array::Sorted optimised for arrays which are
       stored to more often than fetching. In this case	the array is resorted
       on retrieval, rather than insertion. (It	only re-sorts if data has been
       modified	since the last sort).

	       tie @a, "Tie::Array::Sorted::Lazy", sub { -s $_[0] <=> -s $_[1] };

perl v5.32.0			  2004-10-10	   Tie::Array::Sorted::Lazy(3)

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