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NAME ^

eng2kor - App::eng2kor CLI

VERSION ^

version v0.0.2

SYNOPSIS ^

        eng2kor [--help|-h] [--list|-l] [--src|-s] [--dst|-d] [--reverse|-r] ARGS...
            --help, -h        show this message
            --list, -l        show set src and dst
            --src, -s         source lang, default 'en', but you can change default via ENV{E2K_SRC}
            --dst, -d         destination lang, default 'ko', but you can change default via ENV{E2K_DST}
            --reverse, -r     swap 'src' and 'dst'

        see below command for more detail.
        $ perldoc -t eng2kor
        $ perldoc -t Acme::eng2kor

        ### example
        eng2kor -h                                                          # show help message
        eng2kor -l                                                          # show set src and dst
        eng2kor english                                                     # English to Korean
        eng2kor hello world                                                 # multiple
        eng2kor "this is a sentence"                                        # sentence
        eng2kor --src=ko --dst=en 안녕하세요                                # Korean to English
        eng2kor -s ja こんにちは                                            # Japanese to Korean
        eng2kor -r 안녕하세요                                               # swap 'src' and 'dst'
        echo "word" | eng2kor                                               # use STDIN to ARG

        ### add below line to your .vimrc
        set keywordprg=eng2kor                                              # type 'Shift + k' on a word what you find.
        map <C-e> :!eng2kor                                                 # type 'Ctrl + e'

SEE ALSO ^

* Acme::eng2kor

AUTHOR ^

hshong <hshong@perl.kr>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE ^

This software is copyright (c) 2011 by hshong.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.

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