Search::Xapian::TermIterator - Iterate over sets of terms.
This object represents a stream of terms. It overloads ++ for advancing the iterator, or you can explicitly call the inc method. This class also overloads eq, ne, ==, !=, and "" (stringification).
Constructor. Defaults to a uninitialized iterator.
Advance the iterator by one. (Called implictly by ++ overloading)
Skip the iterator to term tname, or the first term after tname if tname isn't in the list of terms being iterated.
Get the name of the current term.
Return the wdf of the current term (if meaningful).
Return the term frequency of the current term (if meaningful).
Return Search::Xapian::PositionIterator pointing to start of positionlist for current term.
Return Search::Xapian::PositionIterator pointing to end of positionlist for current term.
Returns a string describing this object.
Checks if a termiterator is the same as this termiterator. Also overloaded as the eq and == operators.
Checks if a termiterator is different from this termiterator. Also overloaded as the ne and != operators.
To install Search::Xapian, copy and paste the appropriate command in to your terminal.
perl -MCPAN -e shell
For more information on module installation, please visit the detailed CPAN module installation guide.