Provided by: libnet-amqp-perl_0.06~dfsg-2_all bug


       Net::AMQP::Value - A collection of classes for typing AMQP data


         use Net::AMQP::Value;

         # ... somewhere, in an AMQP table:

           Net::AMQP::Value::String->new("1")     # not an integer
           Net::AMQP::Value::Integer->new(" 1")   # not a string
           Net::AMQP::Value::Timestamp->new(1)    # not an integer
           Net::AMQP::Value::Boolean->new(1)      # not an integer
           Net::AMQP::Value::true                 # shorthand for ...Boolean->new(1)
           Net::AMQP::Value::false                # shorthand for ...Boolean->new(0)


       Generally in tables Net::AMQP tries to be smart, so e.g. a table value of '1' or '-1' is
       transmitted as an integer.  When this intelligence becomes a problem, use these classes to
       type your data.  For example, a table value of "Net::AMQP::Value::String-"new(1)> will be
       transmitted as the string "1".

       These classes also overload the basics like "", 0+, and bool so if you use them outside an
       AMQP table, they will probably Do The Right Thing.


       Net::AMQP, Net::AMQP::Common