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radiobuttons
A.1.1. Radiobutton
14.3.3. Radiobuttons and Checkbuttons
rand function : 4.4.2.1. Random number generation
random database access/insertion : 10.1. Persistence Issues
random number generation : 4.4.2.1. Random number generation
RDBMSs (relational databases)
7.1. OO: An Introduction
10.4. Relational Databases
read-only variables : 3.3.2. Constants
receiving sockets : 12.2.1. Receiver
record-oriented persistence : 10.3. Record-Oriented Approach
redirection : 3.4.1. I/O Redirection
ref function
1.4. Querying a Reference
7.2.4. The Need for Polymorphism
references
1. Data References and Anonymous Storage
1.1.1. A Reference Is Just Another Scalar
1.2. Using References
20.3.1. Scalar Values
to anonymous arrays/hashes : 1.2.3. References to Anonymous Storage
blessed, IVs and : 20.3.1.3. SVs and object pointers
C pointers : 1. Data References and Anonymous Storage
circular : 1.6.1. Reference Counts
to constants : 3.3.2. Constants
dereferencing : 1.1.2. Dereferencing
multiple levels of : 1.2.4. Dereferencing Multiple Levels of Indirection
nested data structures : 1.3. Nested Data Structures
object references : 7.2.2. Unique Identity
in other languages : 1.7.1. Tcl
performance and : 1.2.2. Performance Efficiency
precedence and : 1.1.6. Confusion About Precedence
querying : 1.4. Querying a Reference
reference counts : 1.6.1. Reference Counts
selective aliases : 3.3.1. Selective Aliasing
static allocation : 1.1. Referring to Existing Variables
to subroutines
(see also closures)
4.1. Subroutine References
4.3. Closures
SWIG and : 18.3. SWIG Features
symbolic
B.6. Dynamic Behavior
1.5. Symbolic References
4.1.4. Symbolic References
6.1.2. Symbolic References
syntax for : B.1. References
to typeglobs : 3.3.4. References to Typeglobs
typeglobs versus : 3.2.2.1. Efficient parameter passing
reflection : 6.8. Accessing the Symbol Table
other languages and : 6.9. Language Comparisons
RegExp tool : 20.1. Reading the Source
relational databases (RDBMSs)
7.1. OO: An Introduction
10.4. Relational Databases
relative indexing : 14.3.5.3. Insertion with relative indexing
remote procedure calls (RPC)
13.2. Remote Procedure Calls (RPC)
17.1. On Code Generation
repeat function : 14.5. Timers
require statement : 6.2. Packages and Files
resources for further reading : Resources
perldsc document : 2. Implementing Complex Data Structures
perltoot document : 4.4.3. Closures Versus Objects
retrieve_where function : 11.1. Adaptor: An Introduction
Adaptor::DBI module : 11.3.2.2. Queries
Adaptor::File module : 11.3.1.3. Query processing
return stack (retstack) : 20.4.3. Inside Other Stacks
RPC (Remote Procedure Call) : 17.1. On Code Generation
RPC module : 13.2. Remote Procedure Calls (RPC)
RTTI (Run Time Type Identification) : 6.9.3. C/C++
run-time binding : 7.2.4. The Need for Polymorphism
run-time errors : (see exceptions)
run-time evaluation
(see also eval function)
B.6. Dynamic Behavior
5. Eval
Language Syntax
in other languages : 5.7. Eval in Other Languages


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