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Re: Avoid using a module if it's not available

by jacques (Priest)
on Jun 12, 2008 at 22:29 UTC ( #691810=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Avoid using a module if it's not available

use HTML::Perlinfo::Modules; my $m = HTML::Perlinfo::Modules->new(); my $module = $m->print_modules( show_only => qr/FOO::bar/i ); if ($module) { my $foobarzlot=sprintf("%d,",bar(FILE)->zlot); print "FOOBARZLOT=".$foobarzlot."\n"; }
Note that it is very easy to look up multiple modules by simply adding them to the precompiled regular expression. For example:
my $modules = $m->print_modules( show_only => qr/FOO::bar|File::Which| +File::stat/i );

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[LanX]: I told you the story about the “new" currency trading system of Dresdner Bank
[LanX]: ?
[Corion]: No, or I don't remember the story ;)
LanX my favourite don't tell me the proof of concept is good enough for production anecdote
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