Acme::Labs - when you need an extraordinary plan to Take Over the World.
print "Egad, brilliant, Brain!n";
print "Oh, wait, no -- it'll never work!";
When you run a program under use Acme::Labs, the module replaces all the big, complicated words in your source file. The code will still work the way it used to, but it will look something like this:
BRAIN: "Are you pondering what I'm pondering?"
PINKY: "I think so, Brain, but where will we find a duck and a hose at this time of night?"
zort eGAD ZORt zOrt egAD " NArF ZorT ZORT zoRT, zORT eGAD ZORt zoRt zoRt ZORt ZORT zOrt egAD, nARF eGAD ZORT ZORt zOrt! zOrt";
zort eGAD ZORt zOrt egAD " Narf zorT, EgaD ZORT ZORt egAD, zOrt Zort -- ZORt egAD' zoRt zoRt zOrt ZOrT eGaD ZOrT eGAD EgaD Zort eGAD ZoRt!";
Fun-fun-silly-willy! Acme::Labs has done its work on your script. (Only appears the first time you run under Acme::Labs, to indicate that the source code has been translated successfully[sic].)
NARF? What does that mean?!? '%s'
Acme::Labs could not read the source file. Cannot get pinking shears '%s' Acme::Labs could not modify the source file.