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Pod::POM::View::Text(3pm)				User Contributed Perl Documentation				 Pod::POM::View::Text(3pm)

NAME
Pod::POM::View::Text - create text views of POM objects DESCRIPTION
Text view of a Pod Object Model. METHODS
"view($self, $type, $item)" "view_pod($self, $pod)" "view_head1($self, $head1)" "view_head2($self, $head2)" "view_head3($self, $head3)" "view_head4($self, $head4)" "view_over($self, $over)" "view_item($self, $item)" "view_for($self, $for)" "view_begin($self, $begin)" "view_textblock($self, $textblock)" "view_verbatim($self, $verbatim)" "view_meta($self, $meta)" "view_seq_bold($self, $text)" Returns the text of a "B<>" sequence in 'bold' (i.e. surrounded by asterisks, like *this*). "view_seq_italic($self, $text)" Returns the text of a "I<>" sequence in 'italics' (i.e. surrounded by underscores, like _this_). "view_seq_code($self, $text)" "view_seq_file($self, $text)" "view_seq_entity($self, $text)" "view_seq_index($self, $text)" Returns an empty string. Index sequences are suppressed in text view. "view_seq_link($self, $text)" AUTHOR
Andy Wardley <abw@kfs.org> COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
Copyright (C) 2000 Andy Wardley. All Rights Reserved. This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. perl v5.10.1 2010-04-03 Pod::POM::View::Text(3pm)

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Pod::POM::View::Text(3) 				User Contributed Perl Documentation				   Pod::POM::View::Text(3)

NAME
Pod::POM::View::Text DESCRIPTION
Text view of a Pod Object Model. METHODS
"view($self, $type, $item)" "view_pod($self, $pod)" "view_head1($self, $head1)" "view_head2($self, $head2)" "view_head3($self, $head3)" "view_head4($self, $head4)" "view_over($self, $over)" "view_item($self, $item)" "view_for($self, $for)" "view_begin($self, $begin)" "view_textblock($self, $textblock)" "view_verbatim($self, $verbatim)" "view_meta($self, $meta)" "view_seq_bold($self, $text)" Returns the text of a "B<>" sequence in 'bold' (i.e. surrounded by asterisks, like *this*). "view_seq_italic($self, $text)" Returns the text of a "I<>" sequence in 'italics' (i.e. surrounded by underscores, like _this_). "view_seq_code($self, $text)" "view_seq_file($self, $text)" "view_seq_entity($self, $text)" "view_seq_index($self, $text)" Returns an empty string. Index sequences are suppressed in text view. "view_seq_link($self, $text)" AUTHOR
Andy Wardley <abw@kfs.org> COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
Copyright (C) 2000 Andy Wardley. All Rights Reserved. This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. perl v5.12.1 2009-03-19 Pod::POM::View::Text(3)
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