Colored & full-featured pretty print of Perl data structures and objects

The ever-popular Data::Dumper is a fantastic tool, meant to stringify data structures in a way they are suitable for being "eval"'ed back in. The thing is, a lot of people keep using it (and similar ones, like Data::Dump) to print data structures and objects on screen for inspection and debugging, and while you _can_ use those modules for that, it doesn't mean you _should_. This is where Data::Printer comes in. It is meant to do one thing and one thing only: _format Perl variables and objects to be inspected by a human_ If you want to serialize/store/restore Perl data structures, this module will NOT help you. Try Storable, Data::Dumper, JSON, or whatever. CPAN is full of such solutions! Whenever you type 'use Data::Printer' or 'use DDP', we export two functions to your namespace:

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