Acme::Morse::Audible - Audio(Morse) Programming with Perl
use Acme::Morse::Audible; print <<Message; "For there is no enchantment against Jacob, no divination against Israel; now it shall be said of Jacob and Israel, `What has God wrought!'" --Bible, Numbers 23:23 (The first telegraphic message. Dispatched by Samuel F. B. Morse on May 24, 1844 from Washington D.C. to Baltimore.) Message
The first time a program is run under
use Acme::Morse::Audible;, it will become a playable MIDI file with the Morse encoding of the code. (Dots and dashes encoding, actually. Morse Code contains only alphabet.) The program will continue to run as it did before, but will now also be audible. (Some players might not play it unless you rename it to .mid.)
Running the audible program with
no Acme::Morse::Audible; instead of
use Acme::Morse::Audible; will make it readable back again (and no longer audible). The
no Acme::Morse::Audible; has no affect on a readable program.
Cannot record '%s'.
Acme::Morse::Audible could not access the source file to modify it (substitute readability with audibility or vice versa).
Cannot hear '%s'.
Acme::Morse::Audible could not access the source file to read it.
Ido Trivizki, <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Based on Acme::Morse by Damian Conway.
Copyright (C) 2002 Ido Trivizki This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.