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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I am not sure I would do it that way but at least I can understand why you do.
    • Oh and that, of course, assumes you put your POD in with the code and not at the end of the file or in its own separate .pod file (which I don't do but have seen).
    • So what's your "why"?
      • I am not sold on anything by any means but I generally don't like a lot of POD intermixed with code because for me it makes it harder to read (call it "eye noise").

        I like your way though and may try that. It may be easier to read it "blocks".
      • I tend to favor the PBP book practices and it recommends placing POD at the end of the file. I had no real reason to do any but.