# All of the following are variable declarations
my $foo = 1;
my ($foo, $bar) = (1, 2);
our $foo = 1;
local $foo = 1;
LABEL: my $foo = 1;
PPI::Statement::Variable isa PPI::Statement::Expression isa PPI::Statement isa PPI::Node isa PPI::Element
DESCRIPTIONThe main intent of the "PPI::Statement::Variable" class is to describe simple statements that explicitly declare new local or global variables.
Note that this does not make it exclusively the only place where variables are defined, and later on you should expect that the "variables" method will migrate deeper down the tree to either PPI::Statement or PPI::Node to recognise this fact, but for now it stays here.
typeThe "type" method checks and returns the declaration type of the statement, which will be one of 'my', 'local', 'our', or 'state'.
Returns a string of the type, or "undef" if the type cannot be detected (which is probably a bug).
variablesAs for several other PDOM Element types that can declare variables, the "variables" method returns a list of the canonical forms of the variables defined by the statement.
Returns a list of the canonical string forms of variables, or the null list if it is unable to find any variables.
symbolsReturns a list of the variables defined by the statement, as PPI::Token::Symbols.
TO DO- Write unit tests for this
SUPPORTSee the support section in the main module.
AUTHORAdam Kennedy <[email protected]>
COPYRIGHTCopyright 2001 - 2011 Adam Kennedy.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
The full text of the license can be found in the LICENSE file included with this module.