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URI::QueryParam(3)	       User Contributed Perl Documentation	       URI::QueryParam(3)

NAME
       URI::QueryParam - Additional query methods for URIs

SYNOPSIS
	 use URI;
	 use URI::QueryParam;

	 $u = URI->new("", "http");
	 $u->query_param(foo => 1, 2, 3);
	 print $u->query;    # prints foo=1&foo=2&foo=3

	 for my $key ($u->query_param) {
	     print "$key: ", join(", ", $u->query_param($key)), "\n";
	 }

DESCRIPTION
       Loading the "URI::QueryParam" module adds some extra methods to URIs that support query
       methods.  These methods provide an alternative interface to the $u->query_form data.

       The query_param_* methods have deliberately been made identical to the interface of the
       corresponding "CGI.pm" methods.

       The following additional methods are made available:

       @keys = $u->query_param
       @values = $u->query_param( $key )
       $first_value = $u->query_param( $key )
       $u->query_param( $key, $value,... )
	   If $u->query_param is called with no arguments, it returns all the distinct parameter
	   keys of the URI.  In a scalar context it returns the number of distinct keys.

	   When a $key argument is given, the method returns the parameter values with the given
	   key.  In a scalar context, only the first parameter value is returned.

	   If additional arguments are given, they are used to update successive parameters with
	   the given key.  If any of the values provided are array references, then the array is
	   dereferenced to get the actual values.

       $u->query_param_append($key, $value,...)
	   Adds new parameters with the given key without touching any old parameters with the
	   same key.  It can be explained as a more efficient version of:

	      $u->query_param($key,
			      $u->query_param($key),
			      $value,...);

	   One difference is that this expression would return the old values of $key, whereas
	   the query_param_append() method does not.

       @values = $u->query_param_delete($key)
       $first_value = $u->query_param_delete($key)
	   Deletes all key/value pairs with the given key.  The old values are returned.  In a
	   scalar context, only the first value is returned.

	   Using the query_param_delete() method is slightly more efficient than the equivalent:

	      $u->query_param($key, []);

       $hashref = $u->query_form_hash
       $u->query_form_hash( \%new_form )
	   Returns a reference to a hash that represents the query form's key/value pairs.  If a
	   key occurs multiple times, then the hash value becomes an array reference.

	   Note that sequence information is lost.  This means that:

	      $u->query_form_hash($u->query_form_hash);

	   is not necessarily a no-op, as it may reorder the key/value pairs.  The values
	   returned by the query_param() method should stay the same though.

SEE ALSO
       URI, CGI

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright 2002 Gisle Aas.

perl v5.16.3				    2012-03-11			       URI::QueryParam(3)
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