Acme::Oil - Oil is slippery and combustible.
use Acme::Oil; my $var = 'thing'; Acme::Oil::can($var); # this is oily. print $var; # it is not likely to be able to take it out by slipping. $var = 'eel'; # it is not likely to be able to put in by slipping. $var = 'fire'; # No! Don't bring the fire! ...Bom! print $var; # ashed. my $var2 = 'Firefox'; # burning. Acme::Oil::can($var); # silly! ...Bom! Acme::Oil::can(); # doesn't remain any longer.
There are two educational effects of this module. First, if the variable is soaked in oil, it becomes slippery. Second, it is dangerous to bring the fire close to the oil. Please remembere these points, enjoy your Perl life!
It takes a scalar or an array or a hash(not yet supported). If no argument, returns amount of the remainder.
It takes a scalar or an array or a hash(not yet supported) and wiped oil off.
use warnings 'ACME::Oil'; no warnings 'ACME::Oil';
should support HASH.
Makamaka Hannyaharamitu, <makamaka[at]cpan.org>
Copyright 2005 by Makamaka Hannyaharamitu
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.