The heading on the generated bingo card PDF.
The smaller text on the generated bingo card PDF, the default is the authors name (SEE AUTHOR section below).
The name of the file containing the generated bingo card PDF, the default is bingo.pdf
The <B>print_pagesB> is the main method it takes two arguments, the number of pages you want to print and optionally the number of cards you want to print on a page.
The default is 3 cards on a page which also is the maximum.
This is the method used to print the actual card, it calls <B>_print_rowB> 3 times.
o y_start_cordinate o y_end_cordinate o x_start_cordinate o size
The pixel size of the box containg the number,
This method prints a single row.
o y_start_cordinate o x_start_cordinate o x_end_cordinate o size
The pixel size of the box containg the number.
The numbers to be inserted into the row as an reference to an array.
o Unable to construct object, a dianostic from the constructor (new) and some additional diagnostic depending on the problem, which might relate to third party components used. See DEPENDENCIES.
Games::Bingo::Print requires no special configuration or environment apart from what is listed in the DEPENDENCIES section.
o Games::Bingo o Games::Bingo::Card o PDFLib
There are no known incompatibilities.
The PDF generator only works with Games::Bingo
Please report issues via CPAN RT:
or by sending mail to
You can find documentation for this module with the perldoc command.
You can also look for information at:
o AnnoCPAN: Annotated CPAN documentation o CPAN Ratings o RT: CPANs request tracker
o Search CPAN
I am currently not able to generate a test coverage report for Games::Bingo::Print.
Perl::Critic tests (t/critic) are enable by settting the environment variable TEST_AUTHOR.
Kwalitee tests (t
The TODO file contains a complete list for the Games::Bingo::Print class.
o Jonas B. Nielsen, (jonasbn) <firstname.lastname@example.org>
o Thanks to Matt Sergeant for suggesting using PDFLib.
Games::Bingo::Print and related modules are free software and is released under the Artistic License. See <http://www.perl.com/language/misc/Artistic.html> for details.
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