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trw - "Have a nice day" in some languages

Description

trw shows "Have a nice day" in some languages.

Why "trw"?

"trw" is a japanese slang word. It means "いってらw" ("Itte Ra", last "w" is small version of "lol"(English)), and "いってら" is short version of "いってらっしゃい" ("Itte Rasshai"), it means "Have a nice day" in English.

So I adopt to name.

Why not "ittera"?

I wanted short name.

Install

gem install trw

(Available on rubygems.org (gemcutter))

Usage

% trw
Have a nice day!
% trw ja
いってらっしゃい
% trw
See you again!
% trw ja
いってらw

Author

Sora HARAKAMI sora134@gmail.com

Licence

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