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- Add p5-multidimensional 0.011

Perl's multidimensional array emulation stems from the days before the language
had references, but these days it mostly serves to bite you when you typo a hash
slice by using the $ sigil instead of @.

This module lexically makes using multidimensional array emulation a fatal error
at compile time.

WWW: http://search.cpan.org/dist/multidimensional/

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