|...it will encounter a few modules containing a
Some dramaticly dangerously piece of (DON'T USE) example code:)
For code to be included this way, it would have to be:
- code, not some type of documentation. If it was some type of documentation, it would cause compilation errors.
- the HERE or "all" feature must ba activated.
I think that's a save stretch (famous last words ;-).
I also think that as a module name, 'begin' is most unlikely to attract my attention, or turn up on my keyword searches of CPAN...
Would "ifdef" have worked?
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