use WWW::Google::PageRank; my $pr = WWW::Google::PageRank->new; print scalar($pr->get('http://www.perl-uwe.de')), "\n";
Using the little advice from day 3 you can write it in one line:
perl -Maliased=WWW::Google::PageRank,PR -e 'print PR->new->get("http://is.gd")."\n"'
Ok, it does not quite fit into one line on this blog. :)
But I want to show you some options to '-M' here. Lets say you want use List::Util's 'max' function in your one liner. This is done by the '=' separator:
perl -MList::Util=max ...
All further imports have to be separated by ',':
perl -MList::Util=max,min ...
In the above example of aliased I use the two parameter form to give the alias an even shorter name ('PR'). The default would have been 'PageRank'.