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LaTeX::TikZ::Set::Chain - A set object representing a connected path between several objects.
The LaTeX::TikZ::Set::Path objects that form the chain.
A code reference that describes how two successive elements of the chain are linked. When the "path" method is called, the connector is run repeatedly with these arguments :
The current LaTeX::TikZ::Set::Chain object.
$iof the current position in the chain, starting at
0for the link between the two first elements.
$i-th LaTeX::TikZ::Set object in the chain.
$i+1-th LaTeX::TikZ::Set object in the chain.
The LaTeX::TikZ::Formatter object.
You can also pass a string, which will be upgraded to a code reference constantly returning that string ; or an array reference, which will be turned into a code reference returning the
$i-th element of the array when asked for the
A boolean that indicates whether the path is a cycle or not.
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You can find documentation for this module with the perldoc command.
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