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Manual Reference Pages  -  TEXT::BASTARDIZE (3)

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NAME

Text::Bastardize - a corruptor of innocent text

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS



    #!/usr/bin/perl -w
    use strict;
    use Text::Bastardize;

    my $text = new Text::Bastardize;
    while (my $line = <>) {
        $text->charge($line);
        $text->k3wlt0k;
    }



DESCRIPTION

Bastardize provides an magical object into which text can be charged and then returned in various, slighty modified ways.

Bastardize has the following methods
<B>newB> new creates the array object.
<B>chargeB> charge defines the object’s value, and is the reccomended way to do so.
<B>peekB> peek returns the object’s value.
<B>censorB> censor attempts to censor text which might be innaproriate.
<B>disemvowelB> disemvowel removes vowels from the text. Works well with annoying/offensive blog posts, I’m told.
<B>k3wlt0kB> k3wlt0k a k3wlt0kizer developed originally by Fmh.

The <B>SYNOPSISB> has an example of k3wlt0k in use, try tossing that into a file and running it with ‘‘sh|perl k3wlt0k-filename’’ :-)

<B>n20eB> n20e performs numerical abbreviations.

(ex. numerical_abbreviation becomes n20e)

<B>pigB> pig pig latin.

(ex. hi there becomes ihay erethay)

<B>revB> rev reverses the arrangement of characters.
<B>rdctB> rdct converts english to hyperreductionist english.

(ex. english becomes "")

<B>rot13B> rot13 implements rot13 encryption in perl.

(ex. foo bar becomes sbb one)

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