dtRdr::Location - location objects
A location is simply a byte offset from the beginning of a node.
An absolute location is a byte offset from the beginning of a book. For now, it will pretend that the book is a node unless it needs to do otherwise.
Takes a node object and an offset (in bytes.)
my $loc = dtRdr::Location->new($node, $offset);
$loc->is_absolute and $pony->frolic;
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