Net::RDAP::Error - an RDAP object representing an error.
Net::RDAP::Object::Error represents an error. This could be either an error returned by an RDAP server, or an internally generated error.
$code = $error->errorCode;
Returns the error code number (corresponding to the HTTP response code). Internally generated errors are usually
400 if the arguments passed to Net::RDAP are invalid in some way, and
500 if the response from the server is invalid or cannot be reached.
$title = $error->title;
Returns a string containing a short summary of the error.
@description = $error->description;
Returns a (potentially empty) array of lines of descriptive text.
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