Tie::Scalar::OK - generate numbered 'ok/not ok' strings
This module generates the output that test modules expect in a similar manner as Test.pm, i.e. "ok #" or "not ok #" strings are printed to STDOUT for pass and fail, respectively.
use strict; use Tie::Scalar::OK; my $ok; tie $ok, 'Tie::Scalar::OK'; print $ok = (1 != 1); # not ok print $ok = (2 == 1+1); # ok print $ok = ('foo' eq join('',qw(f o o))); # ok print $ok = ('rab' ne scalar reverse 'bar'); # not ok print $ok = ('phenobarbitone' =~ /bar/ ); # ok print $ok = (0 != (32&(32-1))); # not ok
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