Some are documented
|version's UNIVERSAL::VERSION override||undocumented availability|
The table applies to 5.10.0. I omitted methods except those in UNIVERSAL (since those have a global effect).
|documented||These functions are documented as always available.|
|implied||The documentation for these functions implies they are always available.|
|undocumented availability||These functions are documented, but their availability isn't.|
|completely undocumented||The documentation of the modules for these functions don't mention them.|
Interestingly, version claims to override UNIVERSAL::VERSION, but there is only one function. The "override" is always in effect.
Interestingly, the following bindings are absent:
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