++ed by:
Alex Pavlovic

NAME

  Net::Domain::TLD - Work with TLD names 

SYNOPSIS

  use Net::Domain::TLD qw(tlds tld_exists);
  my @ccTLDs = tlds('cc');
  print "TLD ok\n" if tld_exists('ac','cc');

DESCRIPTION

  The purpose of this module is to provide user with current list of 
  available top level domain names including new ICANN additions and ccTLDs
  Currently TLD definitions have been acquired from the following sources:

  http://www.icann.org/tlds/
  http://www.dnso.org/constituency/gtld/gtld.html
  http://www.iana.org/cctld/cctld-whois.htm
  https://www.iana.org/domains/root/db

PUBLIC METHODS

  Each public function/method is described here.
  These are how you should interact with this module.

tlds

  This routine returns the tlds requested.

  my @all_tlds = tlds; #array of tlds
  my $all_tlds = tlds; #hashref of tlds and their descriptions

  my @cc_tlds = tlds('cc'); #array of just 'cc' type tlds
  my $cc_tlds = tlds('cc'); #hashref of just 'cc' type tlds and their descriptions

  Valid types are:
    cc                 - country code domains
    ccidn              - internationalized country code top-level domain 
    gtld_open          - generic domains that anyone can register
    gtld_restricted    - generic restricted registration domains
    gtld_new           - new gTLDs
    new_open           - recently added generic domains
    new_restricted     - new restricted registration domains
    reserved           - RFC2606 restricted names, not returned by tlds

tld_exists

  This routine returns true if the given domain exists and false otherwise.

  die "no such domain" unless tld_exists($tld); #call without tld type 
  die "no such domain" unless tld_exists($tld, 'new_open'); #call with tld type

COPYRIGHT

  Copyright (c) 2003-2014 Alex Pavlovic, all rights reserved.  This program
  is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms
  as Perl itself.

AUTHORS

  Alexander Pavlovic <alex.pavlovic@taskforce-1.com>
  Ricardo SIGNES <rjbs@cpan.org>



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