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Thursday December 08, 2005
03:36 PM

All modules must end with a positive value

[ #27896 ]

If all modules must end with a true value, then why not use a statement that carries a positive message which encourages true, positive values.

For example:

'Eat more leafy, green vegetables.'

As long as there is this requirement for a true value at the end of the module, it may as well carry a positive message to the reader.

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  • In the past, I've returned the documentation as the 'true' value:
    << '=cut';

    =head1 NAME --  Bla Bla


    This gives a new meaning to if you don't get the documentation, your code is broken.
  • when


    got old, I started using


    but of course the answer isn't very much use without the question so now I just end with the following quandry

    "This statement is false.";