Ricardo SIGNES

NAME

Games::Bowling::Scorecard::AsText - format a bowling scorecard as text

VERSION

version 0.105

SYNOPSIS

  use Games::Bowling::Scorecard;

  my $card = Games::Bowling::Scorecard->new;

  $card->record(6,1);  # slow start
  $card->record(7,2);  # getting better
  $card->record(10);   # strike!
  $card->record(9,1);  # picked up a spare
  $card->record(10) for 1 .. 3; # turkey!
  $card->record(0,0);  # clearly distracted by something
  $card->record(8,2);  # amazingly picked up 7-10 split
  $card->record(10, 9, 1); # pick up a bonus spare

  print Games::Bowling::Scorecard::AsText->card_as_text($card);

The above outputs:

  +-----+-----+-----+-----+-----+-----+-----+-----+-----+-------+
  | 6 1 | 7 2 | X   | 9 / | X   | X   | X   | - - | 8 / | X 9 / |
  |   7 |  16 |  36 |  56 |  86 | 106 | 116 | 116 | 136 |   156 |

DESCRIPTION

So, you've written a bowling record-keeper and now you want to print out scorecards to your dynamic Gopher site. Games::Bowling::Scorecard has taken care of the scoring, but now you need to worry about all those slashes and dashes and X's

METHODS

card_as_text

  my $text = Games::Bowling::Scorecard::AsText->card_as_text($card);

Given a scorecard, this method returns a three-line text version of the card, using standard notation. A total is kept only through the last non-pending frame.

WARNING

This module's interface is almost certain to change, whenever the author gets around to it.

AUTHOR

Ricardo SIGNES <rjbs@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2013 by Ricardo SIGNES.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.