Bio::Tools::EUtilities::Query - parse and collect esearch, epost, espell, egquery information
#### should not create instance directly; Bio::Tools::EUtilities does this #### # can also use '-response' (for HTTP::Response objects) or '-fh' (for filehandles) my $info = Bio::Tools::EUtilities->new(-eutil => 'esearch', -file => 'esearch.xml'); # esearch # esearch with history # egquery # espell (just for completeness, really)
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Title : to_string Usage : $foo->to_string() Function : converts current object to string Returns : none Args : (optional) simple data for text formatting Note : Used generally for debugging and for the print_* methods