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Date::Language::Bulgarian(3)				User Contributed Perl Documentation			      Date::Language::Bulgarian(3)

NAME
Date::Language::Bulgarian - localization for Date::Format DESCRIPTION
This is Bulgarian localization for Date::Format. It is important to note that this module source code is in utf8. All strings which it outputs are in utf8, so it is safe to use it currently only with English. You are left alone to try and convert the output when using different Date::Language::* in the same application. This should be addresed in the future. SYNOPSIS
use strict; use warnings; use Date::Language; local $=$/; my $template ='%a %b %e %T %Y (%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S)'; my $time=1290883821; #or just use time(); my @lt = localtime($time); my %languages = qw(English GMT German EEST Bulgarian EET); binmode(select,':utf8'); foreach my $l(keys %languages){ my $lang = Date::Language->new($l); my $zone = $languages{$l}; print $/. "$l $zone"; print $lang->time2str($template, $time); print $lang->time2str($template, $time, $zone); print $lang->strftime($template, @lt); } AUTHOR
Krasimir Berov (berov@cpan.org) COPYRIGHT
Copyright (c) 2010 Krasimir Berov. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. perl v5.16.3 2010-12-15 Date::Language::Bulgarian(3)

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Date::Language::Bulgarian(3)				User Contributed Perl Documentation			      Date::Language::Bulgarian(3)

NAME
Date::Language::Bulgarian - localization for Date::Format DESCRIPTION
This is Bulgarian localization for Date::Format. It is important to note that this module source code is in utf8. All strings which it outputs are in utf8, so it is safe to use it currently only with English. You are left alone to try and convert the output when using different Date::Language::* in the same application. This should be addresed in the future. SYNOPSIS
use strict; use warnings; use Date::Language; local $=$/; my $template ='%a %b %e %T %Y (%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S)'; my $time=1290883821; #or just use time(); my @lt = localtime($time); my %languages = qw(English GMT German EEST Bulgarian EET); binmode(select,':utf8'); foreach my $l(keys %languages){ my $lang = Date::Language->new($l); my $zone = $languages{$l}; print $/. "$l $zone"; print $lang->time2str($template, $time); print $lang->time2str($template, $time, $zone); print $lang->strftime($template, @lt); } AUTHOR
Krasimir Berov (berov@cpan.org) COPYRIGHT
Copyright (c) 2010 Krasimir Berov. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. perl v5.18.2 2010-12-14 Date::Language::Bulgarian(3)
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