Kazuhiro Osawa > Number-Object-0.02 > Number::Object

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NAME ^

Number::Object - pluggable number object

SYNOPSIS ^

  use Number::Object;
  my $num = Number::Object->new(1000);
  print $num->filtered('comma');# 1,000

  $num->value(20000);
  print $num;# 20000

  $num->value(100);
  my $clone1 = $num->clone;
  my $clone2 = $num->clone(300);
  print "$num, $clone1, $clone2";# 100, 100, 300

using component and plugin

  use Number::Object;
  Number::Object->load_components(qw/ Autocall::Autoload /);
  Number::Object->load_plugins(qw/ Tax::JP /);

  my $num = Number::Object->new(10000);

  print $num->tax;# 500
  print $num->include_tax;# 10500
  print $num->include_tax->filtered('comma');# 10,500

using component and plugin # simple

  use Number::Object components => [qw/ Simple /], plugins => [qw/ Tax::JP /];
  my $num = Number::Object->new(10000);

  print $num->tax;# 500
  print $num->include_tax;# 10500
  print $num->include_tax->filtered('comma');# 10,500

in your module

  package MyClass;
  use base 'Number::Object';
  __PACKAGE__->load_components(qw/ Autocall::InjectMethod DisableDynamicPlugin /);
  __PACKAGE__->load_plugins(qw/ Tax /);

  package main;
  MyClass->load_plugins(qw/ ArithmeticOperation /);
  my $num = MyClass->new(10000);

  print $num->tax->mul(2);# 1000

DESCRIPTION ^

Number::Object is pluggable number object.

the method that want to be added to number can be added to pluggable. original number object can be made by succeeding to Number::Object.

please refer to Class::Component for the method of making plugin and component.

FILTER ^

filter used by the filtered method can be added. please refer to mounting Number::Object::Filter::Comma .

OVERLOAD ^

when the arithmetic operation and comparing it, it is converted into an automatically usual numerical value.

  my $num = Number::Object->new(100);
  print (ref($num) || $num);# Number::Object

  my $cast = $num + 10;
  print (ref($cast) || $cast);# 110

but, the object is returned by the clone method as for same methods of the plugin.

  my $price = Number::Object->new(100, {
    load_plugins => [qw/ Tax /],
    config => {
        Tax => { rate => 1.5 }
    }
  });
  print (ref($price) || $price);# Number::Object

  my $tax = $price->include_tax;
  print (ref($tax) || $tax);# Number::Object
  print $tax;# 150

with ++ and -- the operator cannot be used.

  my $counter = Number::Object->new(0);
  $counter++;# Died
  $counter--;# Died
  ++$counter;# Died
  --$counter;# Died

former object disappears when operator such as += is used.

  my $assign = Number::Object->new(100);
  $assign += 100;
  print (ref($assign) || $assign);# 200

METHODS ^

new
clone
value
filtered

HOOKS ^

value.set

AUTHOR ^

Kazuhiro Osawa <ko@yappo.ne.jp>

SEE ALSO ^

Class::Component

LICENSE ^

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

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