NAME

Wikibase::Datatype::Value::Globecoordinate - Wikibase globe coordinate value datatype.

SYNOPSIS

 use Wikibase::Datatype::Value::Globecoordinate;

 my $obj = Wikibase::Datatype::Value::Globecoordinate->new(%params);
 my $altitude = $obj->altitude;
 my $globe = $obj->globe;
 my $latitude = $obj->latitude;
 my $longitude = $obj->longitude;
 my $precision = $obj->precision;
 my $type = $obj->type;
 my $value = $obj->value;

DESCRIPTION

This datatype is globecoordinate class for representation of coordinate.

METHODS

new

 my $obj = Wikibase::Datatype::Value::Globecoordinate->new(%params);

Constructor.

Returns instance of object.

  • altitude

    Altitude. Parameter is optional. Default value is undef.

  • globe

    Globe entity. Parameter is optional. Default value is 'Q2'.

  • precision

    Coordinate precision. Parameter is optional. Default value is '1e-07'.

  • value

    Value of instance. Parameter is required.

altitude

 my $altitude = $obj->altitude;

Get altitude.

Returns TODO

globe

 my $globe = $obj->globe;

Get globe. Unit is entity (e.g. /^Q\d+$/).

Returns string.

latitude

 my $latitude = $obj->latitude;

Get latitude.

Returns number.

longitude

 my $longitude = $obj->longitude;

Get longitude.

Returns number.

precision

 my $precision = $obj->precision;

Get precision.

Returns number.

type

 my $type = $obj->type;

Get type. This is constant 'string'.

Returns string.

value

 my $value = $obj->value;

Get value.

Returns string.

ERRORS

 new():
         From Wikibase::Datatype::Utils::check_entity():
                 Parameter 'globe' must begin with 'Q' and number after it.
         From Wikibase::Datatype::Value::new():
                 Parameter 'value' is required.
         Parameter 'value' array must have two fields (latitude and longitude).
         Parameter 'value' has bad first parameter (latitude).
         Parameter 'value' has bad first parameter (longitude).
         Parameter 'value' must be a array.

EXAMPLE

 use strict;
 use warnings;

 use Wikibase::Datatype::Value::Globecoordinate;

 # Object.
 my $obj = Wikibase::Datatype::Value::Globecoordinate->new(
         'value' => [49.6398383, 18.1484031],
 );

 # Get globe.
 my $globe = $obj->globe;

 # Get longitude.
 my $longitude = $obj->longitude;

 # Get latitude.
 my $latitude = $obj->latitude;

 # Get precision.
 my $precision = $obj->precision;

 # Get type.
 my $type = $obj->type;

 # Get value.
 my $value_ar = $obj->value;

 # Print out.
 print "Globe: $globe\n";
 print "Latitude: $latitude\n";
 print "Longitude: $longitude\n";
 print "Precision: $precision\n";
 print "Type: $type\n";
 print 'Value: '.(join ', ', @{$value_ar})."\n";

 # Output:
 # Globe: Q2
 # Latitude: 49.6398383
 # Longitude: 18.1484031
 # Precision: 1e-07
 # Type: globecoordinate
 # Value: 49.6398383, 18.1484031

DEPENDENCIES

Error::Pure, Mo, Wikibase::Datatype::Utils, Wikibase::Datatype::Value.

SEE ALSO

Wikibase::Datatype::Value

Wikibase datatypes.

REPOSITORY

https://github.com/michal-josef-spacek/Wikibase-Datatype

AUTHOR

Michal Josef Špaček mailto:skim@cpan.org

http://skim.cz

LICENSE AND COPYRIGHT

© 2020-2022 Michal Josef Špaček

BSD 2-Clause License

VERSION

0.23