- INTERNAL METHODS
Bio::Biblio::IO::medlinexml - a converter of XML files with MEDLINE citations
Do not use this object directly, it is recommended to access it and use it through the Bio::Biblio::IO module:
use Bio::Biblio::IO; my $io = Bio::Biblio::IO->new(-format => 'medlinexml');
This object reads bibliographic citations in XML/MEDLINE format and converts them into Bio::Biblio::RefI objects. It is an implementation of methods defined in Bio::Biblio::IO.
The main documentation details are to be found in Bio::Biblio::IO.
What to do when we have the whole $citation ready
Add $element into an array named $key to the top object at @ObjectStack; if $element is empty, take it from @PCDataStack
Remove top of @PCDataStack and put it into top object at @ObjectStack under name $key
Remove top of @ObjectStack and put it into now-top at @ObjectStack under name $key
Check if a $key exists in a ref-hash $rh and if it is equal to $value
--- only for debugging
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Copyright and License
This software is Copyright (c) by 2002 European Bioinformatics Institute and released under the license of the same terms as the perl 5 programming language system itself