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NAME ^

Acme::Boolean - There is more then one way to be true.

VERSION ^

version 0.3

SYNOPSIS ^

To be more literalistic:

    use Acme::Boolean;

    $decision = correct if verifiable;

    sub do_me_a_favor {
       nah;
    }

DESCRIPTION ^

This module provides a lot of words for you to express from the very trustful to the toally errorneous;

TRUE

These words can be used to refer to a true value:

verifiable trusty accurate actual appropriate authentic authoritative correct dependable direct exact factual fitting genuine honest indubitable kosher lawful legal legitimate natural normal perfect precise proper pure regular right rightful sincere straight trustworthy truthful typical undeniable undesigning undoubted unerring unfaked unfeigned unquestionable veracious veridical veritable wash

FALSE

And these words are false values:

untrue wrong incorrect errorneous fallacious untruthful nah apocryphal beguiling bogus casuistic concocted counterfactual deceitful deceiving delusive dishonest distorted erroneous ersatz fake fanciful faulty fictitious fishy fraudulent illusive imaginary improper inaccurate inexact invalid lying mendacious misleading misrepresentative mistaken phony sham sophistical specious spurious unfounded unreal unsound

Adjectives

Optionally it's possible to say it more nicely:

    $that = so correct;

(I wish I could alias "is" to "=" in that statement.)

Or you can:

    return very wrong;

In your lovely sub.

At this moment you can use these adjectives in front of any of those true/false vocabularies: so totally very definitely.

SEE ALSO

boolean, the plain version of this module.

AUTHOR ^

  Kang-min Liu <gugod@gugod.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE ^

This software is Copyright (c) 2009 by Kang-min Liu.

This is free software, licensed under:

  The MIT (X11) License
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