Aryeh Goldsmith

NAME

Net::AIM::Event - Object to hold event data

SYNOPSIS

DESCRIPTION

This module holds data about an event which is any instruction we get from the server.

METHODS

    Net::AIM::Event->new($type, $from, $to, @args)

    Net::AIM::Event constructor. Takes 4 args * The type of event * The originator (screenname or server) * To/Destination (us - remnants from IRC module days...) * @ARGS

    $aim_event->dump()

    Print the event to STDERR good for debugging

    $aim_event->args(@args)

    Sets the event's argument list to @args if it is provided. Otherwise it returns the event's argument list.

    $aim_event->from($from)

    Sets the originator of this event if $from is provided. Otherwise it returns the event's originator. Usually either a ScreenName|Server

    $aim_event->to(@to)

    Sets the recipients of this event if @to is provided. Otherwise it returns the event's recipient list.

    $aim_event->trans($error_code)

    This method takes a numeric $error_code and returns a string representing the definition of the error code, or undef if the $error_code is unknown.

    $aim_event->type($type)

    Sets the type of this event if $type is provided. Otherwise it returns the event's type.

AUTHOR

Aryeh Goldsmith <perlaim@aryeh.net>.

URL

The Net::AIM project: http://www.aryeh.net/Net-AIM/

The Net::AIM bot list: http://www.nodoubtyo.com/aimbots/

SEE ALSO

perl(1)

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