PPI::Statement::Scheduled - A scheduled code block
A scheduled code block is one that is intended to be run at a specific time during the loading process.
There are five types of scheduled block:
# Executes as soon as this block is fully defined
# Executes after overall compile-phase in reverse order
# Executes after compile-phase of individual module in reverse order
# Executes just before run-time
# Executes as late as possible in reverse order
Technically these scheduled blocks are actually subroutines, and in fact may have 'sub' in front of them.
The type method returns the type of scheduled block, which should always be one of 'BEGIN', 'CHECK', 'UNITCHECK', 'INIT' or 'END'.
- Write unit tests for this package
See the support section in the main module.
Adam Kennedy <email@example.com>
Copyright 2001 - 2011 Adam Kennedy.
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