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Journal of nicholas (3034)

Saturday September 10, 2005
04:15 PM

truth is where you look for it

[ #26672 ]

Check out the last line of lib/Test/Harness/Iterator.pm

What other imaginative values of truth are hiding out on CPAN?

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  • Steve found the problem that I had forgotten to have the true value, so I figure I might as well give him props.
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    xoa

  • Hmmm… :)
  • 42 - which is too obvious.

    My favorite that I use quite frequently
    "This statement is false";

    Unfortunately, my one and only public CPAN module Tie::Hash::Sorted uses the boring 1;
  • We have PPI, we have CPAN::Mini... we even have CPAN::Processor. Finding out is in your grasp ...
    • Colour me machiavellian, but I prefer to seed ideas into other people's heads, because they have more imagination than I do. If I code something, I'm limited to what I can think of. If other people code it, who knows where it will go...

  • We (Vienna.pm) once wrote something that would check all of CPAN for 'strange' return values (strange beeing something other than 1) during Linuxwochen Oesterreich. But we never really finished it...

  • 'false' - in Class::CanBeA. Data::Compare::Plugins::* return arrays of arrays. I suppose Net::Random and Games::Dice::Advanced should have random values of true.