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         perldoc - Look up Perl documentation in pod format.


         perldoc [-h] [-v] [-t] [-u] [-m] [-l] [-F]  [-X]
         perldoc -f BuiltinFunction
         perldoc -q FAQ Keyword


         perldoc looks up a piece of documentation in .pod format
         that is embedded in the perl installation tree or in a perl
         script, and displays it via `pod2man | nroff -man | $PAGER'.
         (In addition, if running under HP-UX, `col -x' will be
         used.) This is primarily used for the documentation for the
         perl library modules.
         Your system may also have man pages installed for those
         modules, in which case you can probably just use the man(1)


         -h help
              Prints out a brief help message.
         -v verbose
              Describes search for the item in detail.
         -t text output
              Display docs using plain text converter, instead of
              nroff. This may be faster, but it won't look as nice.
         -u unformatted
              Find docs only; skip reformatting by pod2*
         -m module
              Display the entire module: both code and unformatted
              pod documentation.  This may be useful if the docs
              don't explain a function in the detail you need, and
              you'd like to inspect the code directly; perldoc will
              find the file for you and simply hand it off for
         -l file name only
              Display the file name of the module found.
         -F file names
              Consider arguments as file names, no search in
              directories will be performed.
         -f perlfunc
              The -f option followed by the name of a perl built in
              function will extract the documentation of this
              function from the perlfunc manpage.
         -q perlfaq
              The -q option takes a regular expression as an
              argument.  It will search the question headings in
              perlfaq[1-9] and print the entries matching the regular
         -X use an index if present
              The -X option looks for a entry whose basename matches
              the name given on the command line in the file
              `$Config{archlib}/pod.idx'.  The pod.idx file should
              contain fully qualified filenames, one per line.
         -U run insecurely
              Because perldoc does not run properly tainted, and is
              known to have security issues, it will not normally
              execute as the superuser.  If you use the -U flag, it
              will do so, but only after setting the effective and
              real IDs to nobody's or nouser's account, or -2 if
              unavailable.  If it cannot relinguish its privileges,
              it will not run.
              The item you want to look up.  Nested modules (such as
              `File::Basename') are specified either as
              `File::Basename' or `File/Basename'.  You may also give
              a descriptive name of a page, such as `perlfunc'. You
              may also give a partial or wrong-case name, such as
              "basename" for "File::Basename", but this will be
              slower, if there is more then one page with the same
              partial name, you will only get the first one.


         Any switches in the `PERLDOC' environment variable will be
         used before the command line arguments.  `perldoc' also
         searches directories specified by the `PERL5LIB' (or
         `PERLLIB' if `PERL5LIB' is not defined) and `PATH'
         environment variables.  (The latter is so that embedded pods
         for executables, such as `perldoc' itself, are available.)
         `perldoc' will use, in order of preference, the pager
         defined in `PERLDOC_PAGER', `MANPAGER', or `PAGER' before
         trying to find a pager on its own.  (`MANPAGER' is not used
         if `perldoc' was told to display plain text or unformatted
         One useful value for `PERLDOC_PAGER' is `less -+C -E'.


         This is perldoc v2.01.


         Kenneth Albanowski <>
         Minor updates by Andy Dougherty
         <>, and others.

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