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Mac::AETE::Dialect(3)					User Contributed Perl Documentation				     Mac::AETE::Dialect(3)

Mac::AETE::Dialect - reads the Macintosh Apple event dictionary from an Applescript dialect file. SYNOPSIS
use Mac::AETE::App; use Mac::AETE::Dialect; use Mac::AETE::Format::Dictionary; $aeut = Dialect->new(); $aeut->read(); $app = App->new("My Application"); $formatter = Dictionary->new; $app->set_format($formatter); $app->read; $app->merge($aeut); $app->write; DESCRIPTION
The data in Dialect objects can be merged into a Parser or App object to make a complete Apple event dictionary. The module will locate the proper AppleScript dialect file in the system folder. See Mac::AETE::Parser and Mac::AETE::App for more details. Methods new Example: use Mac::AETE::Dialect; $app = Dialect->new; read (Inherited from Mac::AETE::Parser.) Reads the data contained in the AETE resource or handle. Example: $app->read; INHERITANCE
Inherits from Mac::AETE::Parser. AUTHOR
David Schooley <> perl v5.10.0 2003-03-31 Mac::AETE::Dialect(3)

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First appeared in Mac OS X 10.7 Mac OS X September 1, 2010 Mac OS X
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