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Acme::MetaSyntactic is Perl module themed metasyntactic variables. When writing code examples, it's always easy at the beginning:
Acme::MetaSyntactic is Perl module themed metasyntactic variables.
When writing code examples, it's always easy at the beginning:
my $foo = "bar";
$foo .= "baz"; # barbaz
But one gets quickly stuck with the same old boring examples. Does it have to be this way? I say "No".
Here is Acme::MetaSyntactic, designed to fulfill your metasyntactic needs. No more will you scratch your head in search of a good variable name!
As from January 17, 2005, the module is updated every week with a new list. If you think a important list is missing from the module, please send it to me. If you think something's missing from a list, please send me a patch.
To install this module, run the following commands:
Alternatively, to install with ExtUtils::MakeMaker, you can use the following commands:
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