Well, since there has been an overwhelmingly positive reaction to this post (actually I'm embarrased, this is not great code). I thought I would roll this into Acme::Yoda for everyone.
I was thinking 3 methods 'yoda', 'deyoda', and 'wisdom'. 'yoda' and 'deyoda', would obviously translate, and 'wisdom' would spout out yoda-like wisdom for perl somewhat like Fletch's
IDEs. Heh! Syntax hilighting. Heh! A perl hacker craves not these things. For my ally is the Source, and a powerful ally it is.
So if anyone has a suggestion, I'm open (well as long as it easy, this is a joke module :) ).
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