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NAME

       Hash::Case::Preserve - hash with enforced lower cased keys

INHERITANCE

        Hash::Case::Preserve
          is a Hash::Case
          is a Tie::StdHash

SYNOPSIS

        use Hash::Case::Preserve;
        tie my(%cphash), 'Hash::Case::Preserve';
        $cphash{StraNGeKeY} = 3;
        print keys %cphash;         # StraNGeKeY
        print $cphash{strangekey};  # 3
        print $cphash{STRANGEKEY};  # 3

DESCRIPTION

       Hash::Case::Preserve extends Hash::Case, which lets you play various trics with hash keys.
       This extension implements a fake hash which is case-insentive. The keys are administered
       in the casing as they were used: case-insensitive but case-preserving.

       Extends "DESCRIPTION" in Hash::Case.

METHODS

       Extends "METHODS" in Hash::Case.

   Constructors
       Extends "Constructors" in Hash::Case.

       $obj->addHashData(HASH)
           Inherited, see "Constructors" in Hash::Case

       $obj->addPairs(PAIRS)
           Inherited, see "Constructors" in Hash::Case

       $obj->setHash(HASH)
           Inherited, see "Constructors" in Hash::Case

       tie(HASH, 'Hash::Case::Preserve', [VALUES,] OPTIONS)
           Define HASH to be case insensitive, but case preserving.  The hash is initialized with
           the VALUES, specified as ref-array (passing a list of key-value pairs) or ref-hash.

           OPTIONS is a list of key/value pairs, which specify how the hash must handle
           preservation.  Current options:

            -Option--Default
             keep    'LAST'

           keep => 'FIRST' | 'LAST'
             Which casing is the preferred casing?  The FIRST appearance or the LAST.  Only
             stores will affect the casing, deletes will undo the definition.  Defaults to LAST,
             which is slightly faster.

SEE ALSO

       This module is part of Hash-Case distribution version 1.03, built on January 22, 2018.
       Website: http://perl.overmeer.net/CPAN/

LICENSE

       Copyrights 2002-2018 by [Mark Overmeer]. For other contributors see ChangeLog.

       This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same
       terms as Perl itself.  See http://dev.perl.org/licenses/