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NAME ^

Data::Format::HTML - Format Perl data structures into simple HTML

SYNOPSIS ^

 use Data::Format::HTML;
 
 my $f = Data::Format::HTML->new;
 
 my %hash = (simple => 'hash');
 
 # Of course it's very unlikely that you won't deal ever with this
 # kind of structure, but HTML is able to hand it all anyway :)
 my $struct = {
        foo                             => 'bar',
        1                                       => 2,
        \'hello'                        => 'goodbye',
        array_ref                       => [qw/one two three/],
        nested_hash                     => \%hash,
        [qw/1 2/]                       => sub { die; },
        even_more                       => { arr => {
                        1 => [2, 3, 4],
                        this_is_insane => { a => { b => { c => { d => { e => 'z'}}}}}
                },                                      
        },
 };
 
 $struct->{'Data::Format::HTML handles it all'} = $f;
 
 print $f->format( $struct );

And that will output the following insane, but possible, for the sake of showing, HTML:

SCALAR(0x82a2be4)goodbye
ARRAY(0x8225570)

CODE(0x8370ac8)

12
array_ref
one
two
three
nested_hash
simplehash
foobar
Data::Format::HTML handles it all

Data::Format::HTML=HASH(0x82255c4)

even_more
arr
1
2
3
4
this_is_insane
a
b
c
d
ez

In theory you can pass any kind of Perl data structure to format and you will get its data HTML-formatted.

TODO ^

SEE MORE ^

The author keeps the versioned code at GitHub at: http://github.com/damog/data-format-html/tree/master.

AUTHOR ^

David Moreno, <david@axiombox.com> - http://damog.net/

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE ^

Copyright (C) 2012 by David Moreno

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself, either Perl version 5.8.8 or, at your option, any later version of Perl 5 you may have available.

The Do What The Fuck You Want To public license also applies. It's really up to you.

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