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Manual Reference Pages  -  MATH::EXPR::MATCHSET (3)

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NAME



  Math::Expr::MatchSet - Represents matches in algebraic expretions



CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS



  require Math::Expr::MatchSet;
  $s=new Math::Expr::MatchSet;
  $s->Set($pos,$match);
  $s->Get($pos);



DESCRIPTION



  Two expretion can be matched in several ways, therefor we need to be
  able to represent a set of matches keyed by the matchposition (the
  subexpretion, where the match where found).



METHODS

CW$s=new Math::Expr::MatchSet



  Create a new MatchSet object.



CW$s->Set($pos, CW$match)



  Sets the match at $pos to $match.



CW$s->Add($pos, CW$match)



  Synonyme to Set.



CW$s->Insert($mset)



  Inserts all mathes in the MatchSet Xmset intho $s.



CW$s->SetAll($var, CW$obj)



  Sets the variable $var to $obj in all mathces in this set, and removes
  all matches that already had a diffrent value for the variable $var.



CW$s->tostr



  Generates a string representation of the MatchSet, used for debugging.



CW$s->Get($pos)



  Returns the Match at possition $pos.



CW$s->Keys



  Returns the positions at which there excists a match.



POD ERRORS

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perl v5.20.3 EXPR::MATCHSET (3) 1998-06-26

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