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May 20, 2010, 9:38 pm
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I'm not sure where to get the help page for a perl library function
(such as getops from Getopt::Std) from linux command line. Maybe this
is described in man perl. But I may overlook it. Would you please let
me know how to do it?
P.S. I could use webpage documentation. But I prefer command line
Re: Where to get the document for a library function in command line (linux)?
There isn't any way other than looking all through 'perldoc Getopt::Std'
until you find the right function (or using the search in your pager, of
course). I've often thought it would be good to have something like
'perldoc -f Getopt::Std::getpos', but not enough to make it happen :).
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