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NAME
       WWW::Search::Null::Empty	- class	for testing WWW::Search	clients

SYNOPSIS
	 use WWW::Search;
	 my $oSearch = new WWW::Search('Null::Empty');
	 $oSearch->native_query('Makes no difference what you search for...');
	 my @aoResults = $oSearch->results;
	 # You get no results...
	 my $oResponse = $oSearch->response;
	 # ...But you get an HTTP::Response object with	a code of 200

DESCRIPTION
       This class is a specialization of WWW::Search that returns no hits, but
       no error	message.

       This module might be useful for testing a client	program	without
       actually	being connected	to any particular search engine.

AUTHOR
       Martin 'Kingpin'	Thurn, "mthurn at cpan.org",
       <http://tinyurl.com/nn67z>.

perl v5.32.1			  2020-04-03	   WWW::Search::Null::Empty(3)

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