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Because they all use Devel::Modlist ? :)
perl -MDevel::Modlist -MCGI -MSafe -Mautodie -e 1 ActivePerl::Config ActiveState::Path 1.00 AutoLoader 5.67 CGI 3.43 CGI::Util 1.5_01 Carp 1.10 Carp::Heavy Config Config_heavy.pl Cwd 3.3 C:::Perl::site::lib::sitecustomize.pl Exporter 5.63 Exporter::Heavy 5.63 Fatal 2.05 Fcntl 1.06 File::Basename 2.77 List::Util 1.21 Opcode 1.0601 POSIX 1.1501 Safe 2.16 Scalar::Util 1.21 Tie::Hash 1.03 Tie::RefHash 1.38 XSLoader 0.10 autodie 2.05 constant 1.17 overload 1.06 re 0.0601 subs 1.00 vars 1.01 warnings 1.05_01 warnings::register 1.01

In reply to Re^2: oneliner to get module version by Anonymous Monk
in thread oneliner to get module version by sflitman

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