Manual Reference Pages - TEXT::QUERY::SOLVESIMPLESTRING (3)
Text::Query::SolveSimpleString - Apply query expression on strings
my $q=new Text::Query(+hello +world,
-parse => Text::Query::ParseSimple,
-solve => Text::Query::SolveSimpleString,
-build => Text::Query::BuildSimpleString);
$q->match(this hello is a world)
Applies an expression built by Text::Query::BuildSimpleString
to a list of strings.
If TARGET is a scalar, match returns a true value if the string
specified by TARGET matches the query objects query expression. If
TARGET is not given, the match is made against $_.
If TARGET is an array, match returns a (possibly empty) list of all
matching elements. If the elements of the array are references to sub-
arrays, the match is done against the first element of each sub-array.
This allows arbitrary information (e.g. filenames) to be associated with
each string to match.
If TARGET is a reference to an array, match returns a reference to
a (possibly empty) list of all matching elements.
Behaves just like MATCH when TARGET is a scalar or is not given.
Slightly faster than MATCH under these circumstances.
Eric Bohlman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Loic Dachary (email@example.com)
Jon Jensen, firstname.lastname@example.org
Hey! <B>The above document had some coding errors, which are explained below:B>
Around line 118:
You forgot a =back before =head1
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