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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • The winner is the unix apg (auto password generate) command, simply because it tells you how to pronounce your passwords:

    pjf@teddybear:~$ apg -n10 -m6 -x10 -t
    dyknip (dy-knip)
    FereOw (Fe-re-Ow)
    otAlfig^ (ot-Alf-ig-CIRCUMFLEX)
    tasEms (tas-Ems)
    AtIfRith9 (At-If-Rith-NINE)
    ucGuj+ (uc-Guj-PLUS_SIGN)
    igsyehod0 (igs-ye-hod-ZERO)
    cogwig_ (cog-wig-UNDERSCORE)
    seajaf (seaj-af)
    shoHiujca (sho-Hi-uj-ca)

    If any of the modules provides pronunciation tips (as does apg), then it wins. Otherwise, T::P::Pronounceable wins because I'd find it on a CPAN search; I'd never think to search for S::K.