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       Class::MakeMethods::Basic - Make really simple methods


         package MyObject;
         use Class::MakeMethods::Basic::Hash (
           'new'     => [ 'new' ],
           'scalar'  => [ 'foo', 'bar' ]

         package main;

         my $obj = MyObject->new( foo => "Foozle", bar => "Bozzle" );
         print $obj->foo();


       This document describes the various subclasses of Class::MakeMethods included under the
       Basic::* namespace, and the method types each one provides.

       The Basic subclasses provide stripped-down method-generation implementations.

       Subroutines are generated as closures bound to each method name.

   Calling Conventions
       When you "use" a subclass of this package, the method declarations you provide as
       arguments cause subroutines to be generated and installed in your module. You can also
       omit the arguments to "use" and instead make methods at runtime by passing the
       declarations to a subsequent call to "make()".

       You may include any number of declarations in each call to "use" or "make()". If methods
       with the same name already exist, earlier calls to "use" or "make()" win over later ones,
       but within each call, later declarations superceed earlier ones.

       You can install methods in a different package by passing "-TargetClass => package" as
       your first arguments to "use" or "make".

       See "USAGE" in Class::MakeMethods for more details.

   Declaration Syntax
       The following types of declarations are supported:

       ·   generator_type => 'method_name'

       ·   generator_type => 'name_1 name_2...'

       ·   generator_type => [ 'name_1', 'name_2', ...]

       For a list of the supported values of generator_type, see "BASIC CLASSES" in
       Class::MakeMethods::Docs::Catalog, or the documentation for each subclass.

       For each method name you provide, a subroutine of the indicated type will be generated and
       installed under that name in your module.

       Method names should start with a letter, followed by zero or more letters, numbers, or


       See Class::MakeMethods for general information about this distribution.

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