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       Function::Fallback::CoreOrPP - Functions that use non-core XS module but provide
       pure-Perl/core fallback


       This document describes version 0.08 of Function::Fallback::CoreOrPP (from Perl
       distribution Function-Fallback-CoreOrPP), released on 2017-01-14.


        use Function::Fallback::CoreOrPP qw(clone unbless uniq);

        my $clone = clone({blah=>1});
        my $unblessed = unbless($blessed_ref);
        my @uniq  = uniq(1, 3, 2, 1, 4);  # -> (1, 3, 2, 4)


       This module provides functions that use non-core XS modules (for best speed, reliability,
       feature, etc) but falls back to those that use core XS or pure-Perl modules when the non-
       core XS module is not available.

       This module helps when you want to bootstrap your Perl application with a portable,
       dependency-free Perl script. In a vanilla Perl installation (having only core modules),
       you can use App::FatPacker to include non-core pure-Perl dependencies to your script.


   clone($data) => $cloned
       Try to use Data::Clone's "clone", but fall back to using Clone::PP's "clone".

   clone_list(@data) => @data
       A shortcut for:

        return map {clone($_)} @data

   unbless($ref) => $unblessed_ref
       Try to use Acme::Damn's "damn" to unbless a reference but fall back to shallow copying.

       NOTE: "damn()" MODIFIES the original reference. (XXX in the future an option to clone the
       reference first will be provided), while shallow copying will return a shallow copy.

       NOTE: The shallow copy method currently only handles blessed {scalar,array,hash}ref as
       those are the most common.

   uniq(@ary) => @uniq_ary
       Try to use List::MoreUtils's "uniq", but fall back to using slower, pure-Perl


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       Clone::Any can also uses multiple backends, but I avoid it because I don't think
       Storable's "dclone" should be used (no Regexp support out of the box + must use deparse to
       handle coderefs).


       perlancar <>


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