dtRdr::Range - a pair of dtRdr::Location objects
$start and $end are both dtRdr::Location objects.
my $range = dtRdr::Range->new( id => $id, start => $start, end => $end );
A constructor which creates the location objects for you. You must pass a node object for this to work. If you do not provide an id, it will be created for you.
my $range = dtRdr::Range->create( id => $id, node => $node, # passed to Location constructor range => [$start_pos, $end_pos], );
Get the start position as a number.
my $s = $range->get_start_pos;
my $s = $range->start_pos;
my $s = $range->a;
Get the end position as a number.
my $e = $range->get_end_pos;
my $e = $range->b;
also node(), get_book(), book()
Returns true if the $range encloses $offset.
Eric Wilhelm <ewilhelm at cpan dot org>
Dan Sugalski <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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