Term::ReadPassword - Asking the user for a password River stage two • 15 direct dependents • 16 total dependents

This module lets you ask the user for a password in the traditional way, from the keyboard, without echoing. This is not intended for use over the web; user authentication over the web is another matter entirely. Also, this module should generally be...

PHOENIX/Term-ReadPassword-0.11 - 14 Dec 2007 20:07:01 UTC

Term::ReadPassword::Win32 - Asking the user for a password (for Win32) River stage zero No dependents

This module lets you ask the user for a password from the keyboard just as Term::ReadPassword. Using Term::ReadPassword is a good way to make password prompts, but it doesn't work with ActivePerl under Windows. So I wrote this module. You can use thi...

SZABGAB/Term-ReadPassword-Win32-0.05 - 26 Aug 2014 06:58:24 UTC

Rapi::Blog::Util::Term::ReadPassword - Asking the user for a password River stage zero No dependents

This module lets you ask the user for a password in the traditional way, from the keyboard, without echoing. This is not intended for use over the web; user authentication over the web is another matter entirely. Also, this module should generally be...

VANSTYN/Rapi-Blog-1.1400 - 17 Oct 2020 04:56:16 UTC

Term::InKey - Perl extension for clearing the screen and receiving a keystroke. River stage zero No dependents

This module implements Clear() to clear screen and ReadKey() to receive a keystroke, on UNIX and Win32 platforms. As opposed to Term::ReadKey, it does not contain XSUB code and can be easily installed on Windows boxes....

RAZINF/Term-InKey-1.04 - 11 Dec 2004 13:14:11 UTC

Term::InKey - Perl extension for clearing the screen and receiving a keystroke. River stage zero No dependents

This module implements Clear() to clear screen and ReadKey() to receive a keystroke, on UNIX and Win32 platforms. As opposed to Term::ReadKey, it does not contain XSUB code and can be easily installed on Windows boxes....

RAZINF/Term-InKey-1.04 - 11 Dec 2004 13:14:11 UTC

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