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Re: how to add a PPI:Statement to a document?

by Anonymous Monk
on Dec 29, 2007 at 11:39 UTC ( #659467=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to how to add a PPI:Statement to a document?

Watch carefully
$Document = PPI::Document->new(\'print "Hello World!\n"'); $lastVar->insert_after( $Document );

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Re^2: how to add a PPI:Statement to a document?
by Anonymous Monk on Jan 02, 2008 at 07:20 UTC
    $Document = PPI::Document->new(\'print "Hello World!\n"'); $lastVar->insert_after( $Document->find_first('Statement') );
    A little more verbose, but much clearer in intent.
      In fact, you also should just throw away the other document immediately.
      $lastVar->insert_after( PPI::Document->new('print "Hello World!\n")->f +ind_first('Statement') );

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[Lady_Aleena]: I wish I could think of a simple script to find out what modules my modules use (if any and including my other modules) and whicch of my modules use my modules (if any).
[LanX]: inspect %INC ?
[Lady_Aleena]: LanX, for every module I've written?
[huck]: Lady_Aleena see Re: pl script in webserver and/or Re: pl script in webserver for what they use
[Lady_Aleena]: Wouldn't I have to run the modules somehow to get their %INC?
[huck]: the first one works just fine from the command line but requires editing
[huck]: but neither will handle autoloads

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