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Mail::SPF::Term(3)	       User Contributed Perl Documentation	       Mail::SPF::Term(3)

NAME
       Mail::SPF::Term - SPF record term class

DESCRIPTION
       An object of class Mail::SPF::Term represents a term within an SPF record.
       Mail::SPF::Term cannot be instantiated directly.  Create an instance of a concrete sub-
       class instead.

   Constructor
       The following constructor is provided:

       new(%options): returns Mail::SPF::Term
	   Abstract.  Creates a new SPF record term object.

	   %options is a list of key/value pairs, however Mail::SPF::Term itself specifies no
	   constructor options.

       new_from_string($text, %options): returns Mail::SPF::Term; throws
       Mail::SPF::ENothingToParse, Mail::SPF::EInvalidTerm
	   Abstract.  Creates a new SPF record term object by parsing the string and any options
	   given.

   Class methods
       The following class methods are provided:

       name_pattern: returns Regexp
	   Returns a regular expression that matches any legal name for an SPF record term.

   Instance methods
       The following instance methods are provided:

       text: returns string; throws Mail::SPF::ENoUnparsedText
	   Returns the unparsed text of the term.  Throws a Mail::SPF::ENoUnparsedText exception
	   if the term was created synthetically instead of being parsed, and no text was
	   provided.

       name: returns string
	   Abstract.  Returns the name of the term.

SEE ALSO
       Mail::SPF, Mail::SPF::Record, Mail::SPF::Mech, Mail::SPF::Mod

       <http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc4408>

       For availability, support, and license information, see the README file included with
       Mail::SPF.

AUTHORS
       Julian Mehnle <julian@mehnle.net>, Shevek <cpan@anarres.org>

perl v5.16.3				    2014-06-10			       Mail::SPF::Term(3)
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