Chess::FIDE::Player - Parse player data from FIDE Rating List.
use Chess::FIDE::Player; my $player = Chess::FIDE::Player->new(%param); print $player->id() . "\n"; $player->value('field');
Chess::FIDE::Player - Parse player data from FIDE Rating List. FIDE is the International Chess Federation that every month of the year releases a list of its rated members. The list contains about five hundred thousand entries. This module provides means of translation of every entry into a perl object containing all the fields.
$player = Chess::FIDE::Player->new(%param);
The constructor creates a hash reference, blesses it and fills it with parameters passed in %param. The parameters should be fields corresponding to %FIDE_defaults (see section 'EXPORT'). If a field is not defined, a default value contained in %FIDE_defaults is used.
Property names of the object are autoloaded into available methods.
First one retrieves a field in the $player object. If the field is not valid (i.e. not contained in %FIDE_defaults, an undef is returned. Second one sets the field to $value, and again in case of an invalid field undef is returned. Otherwise the new value of the field is returned.
- hash of valid fields for the Player object and their default values.
Roman M. Parparov, <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Copyright (C) 2004-2015 by Roman M. Parparov
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself, either Perl version 5.8.3 or, at your option, any later version of Perl 5 you may have available.
Fide Rating List is Copyright (C) by the International Chess Federation http://www.fide.com