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Errno::AnyString - put arbitrary strings in $! ++

"Errno::AnyString" allows you to set the error message strings that correspond to particular "errno" values. It makes a change to the $! magic so that the correct string is returned when "errno" takes a value for which a string has been registered. T...

PUBNOOP/Errno-AnyString-1.03 - 23 Aug 2009 05:12:08 GMT - Search in distribution

POSIX::Wide - POSIX functions returning wide-char strings ++

This is a few of the "POSIX" module functions adapted to return Perl wide-char strings instead of locale charset byte strings. EXPORTS Nothing is exported by default, but each of the functions and the $ERRNO and $EXTENDED_OS_ERROR variables can be im...

KRYDE/I18N-Langinfo-Wide-8 - 09 Feb 2014 00:23:43 GMT - Search in distribution

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