module to manage flow of control in Continuation Passing Style


CPS is a Perl module that enables developers to write code in Continuation Passing Style, which is a style of writing code where the normal call/return mechanism is replaced by explicit "continuations". It is useful whenever some form of asynchronous or event-based programming is in use.

Note: This module is entirely deprecated now. It is maintained for compatibility for any code still using it, but please consider rewriting to use Future instead, which offers a far neater method of representing asynchronous program and data flow. In addition, Future::AsyncAwait can further improve readability of Future-based code by letting it use the familiar kinds of Perl control structure while still being asynchronous.

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