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    0: package Object::Clone;
    1: 
    2: use strict;
    3: use vars qw($VERSION);
    4: use Data::Dumper;
    5: 
    6: $VERSION = '0.02';
    7: 
    8: sub clone {
    9:         my $self = shift;
    10: 
    11:         my $VAR1;
    12:         my $copy_dump = Dumper $self;
    13: 
    14:         eval $copy_dump; warn $@ if $@;
    15: 
    16:         return $VAR1; 
    17: }
    18: 
    19: =pod
    20: 
    21: =head1 NAME
    22: 
    23: Object::Clone
    24: 
    25: =head1 SYNOPSIS
    26: 
    27: package Myclass;
    28: 
    29: @ISA = qw(Object::Clone);
    30: 
    31: my object1 = Myclass->new(attribute => 'argle');
    32: my object2 = object1->clone;
    33: 
    34: =head1 DESCRIPTION
    35: 
    36: This class offers a simple cloning method. So you can make copies of your object
    37: s fast.
    38: 
    39: =over
    40: 
    41: =item clone
    42: 
    43: The method use to clone objects. Takes no arguments, just has to be called as a 
    44: regular method (cause it is) and returns a new object.
    45: 
    46: =back
    47: 
    48: =head1 AUTHOR
    49: 
    50: 
    51: jonasbn <jonasbn@wanadoo.dk>
    52: 
    53: =head1 BUGS
    54: 
    55: No known bugs. 
    56: 
    57: =head1 SEE ALSO
    58: 
    59: L<Data::Dumper>
    60: 
    61: =head1 COPYRIGHT
    62: 
    63: Copyright (c) 2001 Jonas B. Nielsen. All rights
    64: reserved.  This program is free software; you can
    65: redistribute it and/or modify it under the same 
    66: terms as Perl itself.
    67: 
    68: Drop me a mail - it will be appreciated.
    69: 
    70: Home of this code is http://jonasbn.hjem.wanadoo.dk/perl
    71: 
    72: =cut
    73: 
    74: 1;

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