|Subject:||remove the extra & in the POD|
--- a/Levenshtein.pm +++ b/Levenshtein.pm @@ -131,7 +131,7 @@ When two strings have distance 0, they are the same. A good point to start is: <> -&fastdistance can be called with two scalars and is faster in most cases. +C<fastdistance> can be called with two scalars and is faster in most cases. See also Text::LevenshteinXS on CPAN if you do not require a perl-only implementation. It is extremely faster in nearly all cases.