Kenichi Ishigaki > Games-Sudoku-Component > Games::Sudoku::Component::Table::Cell

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NAME ^

Games::Sudoku::Component::Table::Cell

SYNOPSIS ^

  my $table = Games::Sudoku::Component::Table->new;

  foreach my $cell ($table->cells) {

    # Now $cell is a Games::Sudoku::Component::Table::Cell object.

    my $item = Games::Sudoku::Component::Table::Item->new(
      row     => $cell->row,
      col     => $cell->col,
      allowed => [ $cell->allowed ],
    );
    ...
  }

  # Also, $table->cell(row, col) returns a ::Cell object.

  $table->cell(5,5)->value(3);

DESCRIPTION ^

This module is for a cell of a puzzle board (table). There are several methods here, but some of them are mainly used internally. What you'll actually use are: value, allowed, is_locked, and maybe, row and col.

METHODS ^

new (hash or hashref)

Creates an object. Below options are mandatory:

row (integer)
col (integer)

Row/column id of the cell, respectively.

permission (or perm, for short)

Games::Sudoku::Component::Table::Permission object.

See also the base class Games::Sudoku::Component::Base. Actually size related options are required, too.

row

col

Returns a row/column id of the cell respectively, just for convenience.

value (integer)

As a getter, this returns a surface value of the cell, that is, if the cell has a temporary (denied) value, returns it; otherwise, returns a real (allowed) value.

As a setter, you can set (or reset) a value of the cell, regardless of its permission. If the value is not allowed, the value is held as a temporary one. However, it is totally ignored if the cell is locked.

realvalue

Returns a real value of the cell. If the cell has a temporary value, returns 0.

tmpvalue

Returns a temporary value of the cell. If the cell has a real value, returns 0.

allowed

Returns an array of allowed values for the cell.

is_allowed (integer)

Returns true if the argument value is allowed for the cell.

lock

Locks the cell to keep the original puzzle untainted. The locked cell will ignore any new values until it is unlocked.

unlock

Unlocks the cell to make it accept new values.

is_locked

Returns true if the cell is locked.

SEE ALSO ^

Games::Sudoku::Component,
Games::Sudoku::Component::Base,
Games::Sudoku::Component::Table

AUTHOR ^

Kenichi Ishigaki, <ishigaki@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE ^

Copyright (C) 2006 by Kenichi Ishigaki

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

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