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NAME ^

Bio::SearchIO::EventHandlerI - An abstract Event Handler for Search Result parsing

SYNOPSIS ^

# do not use this object directly it is an interface # See Bio::SearchIO::SearchResultEventBuilder for an implementation

    use Bio::SearchIO::SearchResultEventBuilder;
    my $handler = Bio::SearchIO::SearchResultEventBuilder->new();

DESCRIPTION ^

This interface describes the basic methods needed to handle Events thrown from parsing a Search Result such as FASTA, BLAST, or HMMer.

FEEDBACK ^

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AUTHOR - Jason Stajich ^

Email jason-at-bioperl.org

APPENDIX ^

The rest of the documentation details each of the object methods. Internal methods are usually preceded with a _

start_result

 Title   : start_result
 Usage   : $handler->start_result($data)
 Function: Begins a result event cycle
 Returns : none 
 Args    : Type of Result

end_result

 Title   : end_result
 Usage   : $handler->end_result($data)
 Function: Ends a result event cycle
 Returns : Bio::Search::Result::ResultI object
 Args    : none

start_hsp

 Title   : start_hsp
 Usage   : $handler->start_hsp($data)
 Function: Start a HSP event cycle
 Returns : none
 Args    : type of element
           associated hashref

end_hsp

 Title   : end_hsp
 Usage   : $handler->end_hsp()
 Function: Ends a HSP event cycle
 Returns : Bio::Search::HSP::HSPI object
 Args    : type of event and associated hashref

start_hit

 Title   : start_hit
 Usage   : $handler->start_hit()
 Function: Starts a Hit event cycle
 Returns : none
 Args    : type of event and associated hashref

end_hit

 Title   : end_hit
 Usage   : $handler->end_hit()
 Function: Ends a Hit event cycle
 Returns : Bio::Search::Hit::HitI object
 Args    : type of event and associated hashref

start_iteration

 Title   : start_iteration
 Usage   : $handler->start_iteration()
 Function: Starts an Iteration event cycle
 Returns : none
 Args    : type of event and associated hashref

end_iteration

 Title   : end_iteration
 Usage   : $handler->end_iteration()
 Function: Ends an Iterationevent cycle
 Returns : Bio::Search::Iteration::IterationI object
 Args    : type of event and associated hashref

register_factory

 Title   : register_factory
 Usage   : $handler->register_factory('TYPE',$factory);
 Function: Register a specific factory for a object type class
 Returns : none
 Args    : string representing the class and
           Bio::Factory::ObjectFactoryI

See Bio::Factory::ObjectFactoryI for more information

factory

 Title   : factory
 Usage   : my $f = $handler->factory('TYPE');
 Function: Retrieves the associated factory for requested 'TYPE'
 Returns : a Bio::Factory::ObjectFactoryI
 Throws  : Bio::Root::BadParameter if none registered for the supplied type
 Args    : name of factory class to retrieve

See Bio::Factory::ObjectFactoryI for more information

Bio::Event::EventHandlerI methods

will_handle

 Title   : will_handle
 Usage   : if( $handler->will_handle($event_type) ) { ... }
 Function: Tests if this event builder knows how to process a specific event
 Returns : boolean
 Args    : event type name

SAX methods

See Bio::Event::EventHandlerI for the additional SAX methods.

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