MooseX::Types::Common::String - Commonly used string types
use MooseX::Types::Common::String qw/SimpleStr/; has short_str => (is => 'rw', isa => SimpleStr); ... #this will fail $object->short_str("string\nwith\nbreaks");
A set of commonly-used string type constraints that do not ship with Moose by default.
Str with no new-line characters and length <= 255.
SimpleStr with length > 0.
NonEmptySimpleStr with no uppercase characters. A coercion exists via
NonEmptySimpleStr with no lowercase characters. A coercion exists via
NonEmptySimpleStr with length > 3.
NonEmptySimpleStr with length > 7 containing at least one non-alpha character.
Str with length > 0.
Str with length > 0 and no uppercase characters. A coercion exists via
Str with length > 0 and no lowercase characters. A coercion exists via
Str with no new-line characters that consists of only Numeric characters. Examples include, Social Security Numbers, Personal Identification Numbers, Postal Codes, HTTP Status Codes, etc. Supports attempting to coerce from a string that has punctuation or whitespaces in it ( e.g credit card number 4111-1111-1111-1111 ).
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