Marvin Humphrey

Add many tokens to the batch, by supplying the string to be tokenized, and arrays of token starts and token ends (specified in bytes).

NAME

KinoSearch1::Analysis::TokenBatch - a collection of tokens

SYNOPSIS

    while ( $batch->next ) {
        $batch->set_text( lc( $batch->get_text ) );
    }

EXPERIMENTAL API

TokenBatch's API should be considered experimental and is likely to change.

DESCRIPTION

A TokenBatch is a collection of Tokens which you can add to, then iterate over.

METHODS

new

    my $batch = KinoSearch1::Analysis::TokenBatch->new;

Constructor.

append

    $batch->append( $text, $start_offset, $end_offset, $pos_inc );

Add a Token to the end of the batch. Accepts either three or four arguments: text, start_offset, end_offset, and an optional position increment which defaults to 1 if not supplied. For a description of what these arguments mean, see the docs for Token.

next

    while ( $batch->next ) {
        # ...
    }

Proceed to the next token in the TokenBatch. Returns true if the TokenBatch ends up located at valid token.

ACCESSOR METHODS

All of TokenBatch's accessor methods affect the current Token. Calling any of these methods when the TokenBatch is not located at a valid Token will trigger an exception.

set_text get_text

Set/get the text of the current Token.

set_start_offset get_start_offset

Set/get the start_offset of the current Token.

set_end_offset get_end_offset

Set/get the end_offset of the current Token.

set_pos_inc get_pos_inc

Set/get the position increment of the current Token.

COPYRIGHT

Copyright 2005-2010 Marvin Humphrey

LICENSE, DISCLAIMER, BUGS, etc.

See KinoSearch1 version 1.01.




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