Ryo Okamoto

NAME

Acme::Void - Making void things more void

SYNOPSIS

 use Acme::Void;

 # showing explicitly it's under void context.
 void do_something();

 # or a bit more explicitly.
 void = do_something();

 # you can use it just like an alternative to built-in 'undef'.
 my $str = void;

 # void yields void.
 void->foo;    # always void


 use Acme::Void qw(:all);

 # you might like other languages.
 my $foo = nil;
 my $bar = null;

 # with broken love...
 if( $your_love eq nothing ){ 
    my @heart = empty;
 }

 # no operations here.
 noop;

 # or OOP!
 sub meet_a_cute_girl {
    my $self = shift;
    $self->noop;    # no way!
 }

 # the equality.
 void = empty = nil = noop = nothing = null = undef;
 void = void->void;

DESCRIPTION

You must need 'void' and other void-ish functions to write cool codes.

FUNCTIONS

void

Just provides the 'void way'.

empty, nil, noop, nothing, null

Synonyms to void. To import them, don't forget to use the module with ':all' switch.

DEPENDENCY

Want, Class::BlackHole

AUTHOR

Okamoto RYO <ryo@aquahill.net>

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