print() is generally considered one of those functions that "Just Works". adding "or die" to print is kinda ... dumb.
in reply to Re^2: Testing failures: How to override print to make it fail?
in thread Testing failures: How to override print to make it fail?
Of course, if you absolutely had to test print's success or failure, you could
use Fatal qw( print );
As for Devel::Cover ... I shoot for 90%+ coverage. There are several good conversations on D::C and why attempting to achieve 100% is ... well ... dumb. :-)
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