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NAME ^

Lingua::AtD::Results - Encapsulate conversion of XML from /checkDocument or /checkGrammar call to Error objects.

VERSION ^

version 1.121570

SYNOPSIS ^

    use Lingua::AtD;

    # Create a new service proxy
    my $atd = Lingua::AtD->new( {
        host => 'service.afterthedeadline.com',
        port => 80
        throttle => 2,
    });

    # Run spelling and grammar checks. Returns a Lingua::AtD::Response object.
    my $doc_check = $atd->check_document('Text to check.');
    # Loop through reported document errors.
    foreach my $atd_error ($doc_check->get_errors()) {
        # Do something with...
        print "Error string: ", $atd_error->get_string(), "\n";
    }

    # Run only grammar checks. Essentially the same as
    # check_document(), sans spell-check.
    my $grmr_check = $atd->check_grammar('Text to check.');
    # Loop through reported document errors.
    foreach my $atd_error ($grmr_check->get_errors()) {
        # Do something with...
        print "Error string: ", $atd_error->get_string(), "\n";
    }

    # Get statistics on a document. Returns a Lingua::AtD::Scores object.
    my $atd_scores = $atd->stats('Text to check.');
    # Loop through reported document errors.
    foreach my $atd_metric ($atd_scores->get_metrics()) {
        # Do something with...
        print $atd_metric->get_type(), "/", $atd_metric->get_key(),
            " = ", $atd_metric->get_value(), "\n";
    }

DESCRIPTION ^

Encapsulates conversion of the XML response from the AtD server into a list of spelling/grammar/style error objects (Lingua::AtD::Error).

METHODS ^

new

    # Possible, but not likely
    my $atd_results = Lingua::AtD::Results->new($xml_response);
    foreach my $atd_error ($atd_results->get_errors()) {
        # Do something really fun...
    }

Lingua::AtD::Results objects should only ever be created from method calls to Lingua::AtD. However, if you have saved XML responses from prior calls to AtD, you can use this object to convert those responses into PERL objects. I won't stop you.

See the SYNOPSIS for typical usage.

has_server_exception

Convenience method to see if the AtD server returned an error message.

get_server_exception

Exception message from the server.

has_errors

Convenience method to see if the XML response from AtD actually contained any spelling/grammar/style errors. These are not exceptions (see get_server_exception). These are expected, and in fact are what you've asked for.

get_error_count

Returns the number of spelling/grammar/style errors detected.

get_errors

Returns a list of spelling/grammar/style errors as Lingua::AtD::Error objects.

get_xml

Returns a string containing the raw XML response from the AtD service call.

SEE ALSO ^

See the API Documentation at After the Deadline's website.

AUTHOR ^

David L. Day <dday376@gmail.com>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE ^

This software is copyright (c) 2011 by David L. Day.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.

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