Acme::this - The Zen of Perl
use Acme::this; The Zen of Perl, by bellaire Beauty is subjective. Explicit is recommended, but not required. Simple is good, but complex can be good too. And although complicated is bad, Verbose and complicated is worse. Brief is better than long-winded. But readability counts. So use whitespace to enhance readability. Not because you're required to. Practicality always beats purity. In the face of ambiguity, do what I mean. There's more than one way to do it. Although that might not be obvious unless you're a Monk. At your discretion is better than not at all. Although your discretion should be used judiciously. Just because the code looks clean doesn't mean it is good. Just because the code looks messy doesn't mean it is bad. Reuse via CPAN is one honking great idea -- let's do more of that!
Print the Zen of Perl when used.
All the credit to <bellaire>, who wrote the Zen of Perl in http://www.perlmonks.org/?node_id=752029
Miquel Ruiz <email@example.com>
This software is copyright (c) 2015 by Miquel Ruiz.
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