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Farly::IPv4::Range - IPv4 range class
This class represents an IPv4 address range.
Inherits from Farly::IPv4::Object.
The constructor accepts a dotted decimal format, or 32 bit integer format, IP address range with the first address separated from the last address by a space or dash.
my $ip_range = Farly::IPv4::Range->new( "10.0.0.1 10.0.0.25" ); my $ip_range = Farly::IPv4::Range->new( "10.0.0.1-10.0.0.25" );
Returns the first address in the range as a 32 bit integer
$first_32bit_int_addr = $ip_range->first();
Returns the last address in the range as a 32 bit integer
$last_32bit_int_addr = $ip_range->last();
Returns the first address as an Farly::IPv4::Address object
$ipv4_addr_object = $ip_range->start();
Returns the last address as an Farly::IPv4::Address object
$ipv4_addr_object = $ip_range->end();
Returns the current Farly::IPv4::Range as a dotted decimal format string
Return an ARRAY of Farly::IPv4::Network objects containing exactly the same IP addresses as the current range.
my @array = $ip_range->as_network();
Returns true if the other Farly::IPv4::Object's first address immediately follows the current range's last address.
$ip_range->adjacent( $other_ipv4_object );
Returns an array containing the current Farly::IPv4::Range object.
my @array = $ip_range->iter();
Farly::IPv4::Range Copyright (C) 2012 Trystan Johnson
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