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[PBML] how to read POD-Files

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  • Harald Wolf
    Hi, what is POD ? Which (Win32)-Application do i have to use if i want to read POD-Files ??? ____________________________________________________________ List
    Message 1 of 2 , Aug 27 5:29 AM
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      Hi,

      what is POD ? Which (Win32)-Application do i have to use if i want to
      read POD-Files ???

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    • Jeff Boes
      ... POD: plain old documentation . It s a means of bundling module documentation in the source code (where it stands some chance of getting updated whenever
      Message 2 of 2 , Aug 27 4:55 PM
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        On Thu, 27 Aug 1998 13:29:22 +0100, HaraldWolf@... (Harald Wolf) wrote:

        >what is POD ? Which (Win32)-Application do i have to use if i want to
        >read POD-Files ???

        POD: "plain old documentation". It's a means of bundling module documentation
        in the source code (where it stands some chance of getting updated whenever the
        code does!). You can view this documentation with 'perldoc'. For starters, try:

        $ perldoc perldoc

        If your O/S complains about 'perldoc' missing, then you may have to hunt for
        'perldoc' wherever you keep 'perl'.

        When you've digested that, try:

        $ perldoc perlpod



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