App Cmd Plugin Prompt
plug prompting routines into your commands
App::Cmd is intended to make it easy to write complex command- line applications without having to think about most of the annoying things usually involved.
App::Cmd::Plugin::Prompt in a plugin to App::Cmd providing several routines to prompt on commandline in various ways.
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