Functions that are available in PLP documents
Version: 3.22PLP::Functions is a Perl module that offers functions available in PLP documents.
License: Perl Artistic License
Operating System: Linux
The functions are exported into the PLP::Script package that is used by PLP documents. Although uppercased letters are unusual in Perl, they were chosen to stand out.
Most of these functions are context-hybird. Before using them, one should know about contexts in Perl. The three major contexts are: void, scalar and list context. You'll find more about context in perlfunc.
Some context examples:
print foo(); # foo is in list context (print LIST)
foo(); # foo is in void context
$bar = foo(); # foo is in scalar context
@bar = foo(); # foo is in list context
length foo(); # foo is in scalar context (length EXPR)