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Declare::Constraints::Simple::Result - Validation Result
my $result = $constraint->($value); my $message = $result->message; my $path = $result->path;
Constructor. As you will mostly just receive result objects, you should never be required to call this yourself.
Sets the results validity flag.
Boolean accessor telling if this is a true result or not.
The error message. Useful only on non-valid results.
Returns the message of the result object.
This adds another level at the beginning (!) of the results constraint stack. This is mostly intended to use for the
prepare_generatormethod in Declare::Constraints::Simple::Library package.
Returns a string containing the stack() contents joined together by the
$separator string (defaulting to
Returns an array reference containing the results currrent stack. This is a list of the constraints path parts. This is usually just the constraints name. If there's additional info, it is appended to the name like
Robert 'phaylon' Sedlacek
This module is free software, you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as perl itself.