Thank you, Anonymous Monk, for your quick reply.
I entered the following into the text box:
In case you didn't know, <a href="http://search.cpan.org/~neilb/">neil
+b</a> uses this module as an example of a deprecated module and speci
+fically, how the distribution maintainer can set the <a href="http://
and this was the result:
HTTP-Headers-UserAgent (3.09external link)
In case you didn't know, <a href="search.cpan.org/~neilb/">neil...
+external link; uses this module as an example of a deprecated module
+and specifically, how the distribution maintainer can set the <a href
+="neilb.org/2015/01/17/deprecated-metad...external link; flag.
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