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NAME

       String::Koremutake - Convert to/from Koremutake Memorable Random Strings

SYNOPSIS

         use String::Koremutake;
         my $k = String::Koremutake->new;

         my $s = $k->integer_to_koremutake(65535);        # botretre
         my $i = $k->koremutake_to_integer('koremutake'); # 10610353957

DESCRIPTION

       The String::Koremutake module converts to and from Koremutake Memorable Random Strings.

       The term "Memorable Random String" was thought up by Sean B. Palmer as a name for those
       strings like dopynl, glargen, glonknic, spoopwiddle, and kebble etc. that don't have any
       conventional sense, but can be used as random identifiers, especially in URIs to keep them
       persistent. See http://infomesh.net/2001/07/MeRS/

       Koremutake is a MeRS algorithm which is used by Shorl (http://shorl.com/koremutake.php).
       As they explain: "It is, in plain language, a way to express any large number as a
       sequence of syllables. The general idea is that word-sounding pieces of information are a
       lot easier to remember than a sequence of digits."

INTERFACE

       new()

       The new() method is the constructor:

       integer_to_koremutake($i)

       The integer_to_koremutake method converts a positive integer to a Koremutake string:

         my $s = $k->integer_to_koremutake(65535);        # botretre

       koremutake_to_integer($s)

       The koremutake_to_integer method converts a Koremutake string to the integer it
       represents:

         my $i = $k->koremutake_to_integer('koremutake'); # 10610353957

BUGS AND LIMITATIONS

       No bugs have been reported.

       Please report any bugs or feature requests to "bug-String-Koremutake@rt.cpan.org", or
       through the web interface at <http://rt.cpan.org>.

AUTHOR

       Leon Brocard "acme@astray.com"

LICENCE AND COPYRIGHT

       Copyright (c) 2005, Leon Brocard "acme@astray.com". All rights reserved.

       This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same
       terms as Perl itself.