Multiple wheels (white-wall, street slicks, nobby),
ISA Good Thing. An ad hoc name space is not. I have often
longed for a bit more sense in the CPAN namespace,
but I'd still rather have it in it's current form
vs. the totalitarian schemes used in some other languages.
You best bet in finding modules is either to familiarize
yourself with CPAN at some point and keep tabs on it,
or use either http://search.cpan.org or
http://kobesearch.cpan.org. Google should be a last resort,
only in hopes of finding a module which does not live on CPAN.
perl -pew "s/\b;([mnst])/'$1/g"
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