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News::Scan::Thread(3pm) 				User Contributed Perl Documentation				   News::Scan::Thread(3pm)

News::Scan::Thread - keep track of threads in a Usenet newsgroup SYNOPSIS
use News::Scan::Thread; my $thr = News::Scan::Thread->new($news_scan_article_obj); DESCRIPTION
This module provides a class whose objects can be used to keep track of threads of discussion in a Usenet newsgroup. CONSTRUCTOR
new ( ARTICLE ) "ARTICLE" should be a "News::Scan::Article" object or an object of some class derived from "News::Scan::Article". "new" performs some initialization and returns a "News::Scan::Thread". METHODS
subject Returns this thread's subject. volume Returns the volume in bytes generated in this thread. articles Returns the number of posts to this thread. header_volume Returns the volume in bytes of the headers in this thread's articles. header_lines Returns the number of header lines in this thread's articles. body_volume Returns the volume in bytes of the message bodies of this thread's articles. body_lines Returns the number of lines in this thread's message bodies. orig_volume Returns the volume in bytes of the original content of this thread's articles. orig_lines Returns the number of original lines in this thread's articles. sig_volume Returns the volume in bytes of the signatures of this thread's articles. sig_lines Returns the number of signature lines in this thread's articles. SEE ALSO
News::Scan, News::Scan::Article AUTHOR
Greg Bacon <gbacon@cs.uah.edu> COPYRIGHT
Copyright (c) 1997 Greg Bacon. All Rights Reserved. This library is free software. You may distribute and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. perl v5.10.1 2000-04-13 News::Scan::Thread(3pm)

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