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Text::Lorem::More - Generate formatted nonsense using random Latin words.
Generate formatted nonsense using random Latin words.
use Text::Lorem::More; my $lorem = Text::Lorem::More->new; # Greet a friend print "Hello, ", $lorem->fullname, "\n"; # You could also ... print $lorem->process("Hello, +fullname\n"); ... or you can use the singleton: use Text::Lorem::More qw(lorem); # Generate a random latin word my $latinwordoftheday = lorem->word; # Produce paragaphs in the Text::Lorem compatible manner my $content = lorem->paragraphs(3); # Print 4 paragraphs, each separated by a single newline and tab: print "\t", scalar lorem->paragraph(4, "\n\t");
To use a generator, call the method with the same name as the generator, To use the name generator, for example:
my $name = $lorem->name;
Alternatively, you can use the
process functions. To use the hostname generator, for example:
my $hostname = $lorem->hostname; # This will do the same thing ... my $otherhostname = $lorem->generate("+hostname");
Generates random latin word.
dicta sed repellat
Generates between 4 and 9 words, with the first letter of the first word capitalized and a period following the last word.
Generates between 3 and 6 sentences,
A Text::Lorem compatible words generator. Will generate $count words joined by " ".
A Text::Lorem compatible sentences generator. Will generate $count sentences joined by " ". Each sentence contains between 4 and 9 words and ends with a period. Passing in 0 for count will still produce a single period!
A Text::Lorem compatible sentences generator. Will generate $count paragraphs joined by "\n\n". Each paragraph contains between 3 and 6 sentences.
Generates a random latin word with the first letter capitalized
Repellat Sed Ipsum
Generates a firstname and lastname separated by a space
Generates a random latin word
Generates between 1 and 3 words with the first letter of the first word capitalized
Generates between 1 and 3 sentences.
Generates a top level domain. Currently, this will either be "com", "org", or "net".
Generates a domainname. Currently, this will attach "example" to a tld generator result.
Generates a hostname. Currently, this will either return a plain domainname, as above, or attach a latin word to a domainname result.
Construct a new Text::Lorem::More object
Generate some text using the specified pattern.
generate is faster than
generate uses regex to perform substitution.
In list context, return a list with
$count number of "words"
In scalar context, return
$count times and joined by
If you do not specify scalar context on the receiving end, then the separator will simply be discarded. This may change in the future
The default for
$count is 1.
The default for
$separator is " ".
A pattern will usually contain one or more generator tokens. For example:
+name +fullname +word+word+word+word
The pattern can also contain other text:
+name@+domainname "+firstname +lastname"
Sometimes you might need to enclose the token identifier between
For example, the following pattern won't work right:
But this will:
If you need to include a '+' in your pattern, you'll have to use
Process a block of text, performing pattern substitutions as they're found.
process is slower than generate, as process uses Parse::RecDescent.
To escape '+', simply repeat it. For example, to produce "2 + 2" you would submit:
2 ++ 2
generate for more information.
Return the generator source for this instance.
A Text::Lorem::More singleton.
<robertkrimen at gmail.com>
You can contribute or fork this project via GitHub:
git clone git://github.com/robertkrimen/text-lorem-more.git Text-Lorem-More
Thanks to Adeola Awoyemi for writing Text::Lorem
Copyright 2006 Robert Krimen, all rights reserved.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
Probaby a lot. Please report them (as below) and I'll take a look.
Please report any bugs or feature requests to
bug-text-lorem-more at rt.cpan.org, or through the web interface at http://rt.cpan.org/NoAuth/ReportBug.html?Queue=Text-Lorem-More. I will be notified, and then you'll automatically be notified of progress on your bug as I make changes.
You can find documentation for this module with the perldoc command.
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