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Bastardize(3) User Contributed Perl Documentation Bastardize(3)
 

Text::Bastardize - a corruptor of innocent text

    #!/usr/bin/perl -w
    use strict;
    use Text::Bastardize;
    my $text = new Text::Bastardize;
    while (my $line = <>) {
        $text->charge($line);
        $text->k3wlt0k;
    }

Bastardize provides an magical object into which text can be charged and then returned in various, slighty modified ways.
Bastardize has the following methods
new
new creates the array object.
charge
charge defines the object's value, and is the reccomended way to do so.
peek
peek returns the object's value.
censor
censor attempts to censor text which might be innaproriate.
disemvowel
disemvowel removes vowels from the text. Works well with annoying/offensive blog posts, I'm told.
k3wlt0k
k3wlt0k a k3wlt0kizer developed originally by Fmh.
The SYNOPSIS has an example of k3wlt0k in use, try tossing that into a file and running it with ``sh|perl k3wlt0k-filename'' :-)
n20e
n20e performs numerical abbreviations.
(ex. "numerical_abbreviation" becomes "n20e")
pig
pig pig latin.
(ex. "hi there" becomes "ihay erethay")
rev
rev reverses the arrangement of characters.
rdct
rdct converts english to hyperreductionist english.
(ex. "english" becomes "")
rot13
rot13 implements rot13 "encryption" in perl.
(ex. "foo bar" becomes "sbb one")
2006-10-05 perl v5.28.1

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