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File::Dumper(3)	      User Contributed Perl Documentation      File::Dumper(3)

NAME
       Chemistry::File::Dumper - Read and write	molecules via Data::Dumper

SYNOPSIS
	   use Chemistry::File::Dumper;

	   my $mol = Chemistry::Mol->read("mol.pl");
	   print $mol->print(format => dumper);
	   $mol->write("mol.pl", format	=> "dumper");

DESCRIPTION
       This module hooks the Data::Dumper Perl core module to the
       Chemistry::File API, allowing you to dump and undump Chemistry::Mol
       objects easily.	This module automatically registers the	"dumper"
       format with Chemistry::Mol.

       For purposes of automatic file type guessing, this module assumes that
       dumped files end	in ".pl".

       This module is useful mainly for	debugging purposes, as it dumps	all
       the information available in an object, in a reproducible way (so you
       can use it to compare molecule objects).	However, it wouldn't be	a good
       idea to use it to read untrusted	files, because they may	contain
       arbitrary Perl code.

OPTIONS
       The following options can be used when writing a	molecule either	as a
       file or as a string.

       dumper_indent
	   Value to give to Data::Dumper::Indent. Default is 1.

       dumper_purity
	   Value to give to Data::Dumper::Purity. Default is 1.

       There are no special options for	reading.

VERSION
       0.37

SEE ALSO
       Chemistry::Mol, Chemistry::File,	Data::Dumper

AUTHOR
       Ivan Tubert-Brohman <itub@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright (c) 2005 Ivan Tubert-Brohman. All rights reserved. This
       program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or	modify it
       under the same terms as Perl itself.

perl v5.32.0			  2009-05-10		       File::Dumper(3)

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