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Regexp::DefaultFlags(3User Contributed Perl DocumentatiRegexp::DefaultFlags(3)

NAME
       Regexp::DefaultFlags - Set default flags	on regular expressions

VERSION
       This document describes version 0.01 of Regexp::DefaultFlags released
       September 28, 2004.

SYNOPSIS
	   use Regexp::DefaultFlags;

	   # Match /ab[c-z]d/, but lay the pattern out more readably...
	   $str	=~ / a b [c-z]	 # Not fussy on	the third letter
		       d	 # But fussy again on the fourth
		   /;

DESCRIPTION
       When this module	is "use"'d, it causes regexes in the current namespace
       to act as if the	"/xms" flags had been applied to them.

       See perlre for more details and caveats on these	flags.

       If an argument is passed	to the "use" statement,	the module uses	the
       flags specified in that argument	instead	of "/xms". The replacement
       flags can be specified in any of	the following ways:

	   use Regexp::DefaultFlags qw(	/x /i /m );
	   use Regexp::DefaultFlags qw(	/xim );
	   use Regexp::DefaultFlags qw(	xim );

TEST COVERAGE
	------------------------------------------------------------------
	File			    stmt branch	cond   sub pod	time total
	------------------------------------------------------------------
	lib/Regexp/DefaultFlags.pm 100.0  100.0	 n/a 100.0 n/a 100.0 100.0
	Total			   100.0  100.0	 n/a 100.0 n/a 100.0 100.0
	------------------------------------------------------------------

AUTHOR
       Damian Conway (damian@conway.org)

MAINTAINERS
       Autrijus	Tang <autrijus@autrijus.org>, Brian Ingerson <INGY@cpan.org>.

COPYRIGHT
	  Copyright (c)	2004, Damian Conway. All Rights	Reserved.
	This module is free software. It may be	used, redistributed
	    and/or modified under the same terms as Perl itself.

perl v5.24.1			  2004-09-27	       Regexp::DefaultFlags(3)

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