Um, but that doesn't do all that the module does.
The perl 5.000 version
is closer to that, though; it's been tweaked a lot over the years
Note that Getopt::Long and Getopt::Std are both bundled with perl. There's usually no reason
to choose ::Std over ::Long; if you don't need the added flexibility now, you may in the future.
And yes, Getopt::Long is arguably more bloated than necessary too, but some would call that robust.
Maybe what you want is just the -s switch?
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