Please check the documentation for further information about error messages. Here, I used the splain
program, which comes with Perl:
jpinyan@voyager-dev [12:12pm] ~/web #330> splain
/usr/local/bin/splain: Reading from STDIN
Encryption.pm did not return a true value at test.pl line 3.
Encryption.pm did not return a true value at test.pl line 3 (#1)
(F) A required (or used) file must return a true value to indicate
it compiled correctly and ran its initialization code correctly.
traditional to end such a file with a "1;", though any true value
do. See perlfunc/require.
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