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From:
Shawn H Corey
Date:
September 20, 2012 09:54
Subject:
Re: Changing the Perl error message when a module is not found
Message ID:
20120920090259.63ed5c60@sage
On Wed, 19 Sep 2012 13:24:33 +0200
"Konovalov, Vadim (Vadim)** CTR **"
<vadim.konovalov@alcatel-lucent.com> wrote:

> I replaced these with one single following string:
> 
> Can't coerce %s%s to %s%s%s

Proper English would be:

    Couldn't coerce %s%s to %s%s%s.

"Can't" means that it will always fail. "Couldn't" means it failed but
it might work in the future, if circumstances change.
 

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