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Net::Amazon::Request::UserrContributed Perl DocuNet::Amazon::Request::Power(3)

NAME
       Net::Amazon::Request::Power - request class for 'Power Search'

SYNOPSIS
	 use Net::Amazon;
	 use Net::Amazon::Request::Power;

	 my $ua	= Net::Amazon->new(
	     token	 => 'YOUR_AMZN_TOKEN'
	 );

	 my $req = Net::Amazon::Request::Power->new(
	     power => 'subject:	perl and author: schwartz',
	     mode  => 'books',
	 );

	   # Response is of type Net::Amazon::Response::Power
	 my $resp = $ua->request($req);

DESCRIPTION
       "Net::Amazon::Request::Power" is	a class	used to	request	so-called
       Power Searches from the Amazon web service.

       The "power" parameter specifies the power search	string,	"mode" defines
       which properties	to look	for.

       Upon success, the response's "properties()" method will return a	list
       of "Net::Amazon::Property::*" objects.

   METHODS
       new(power => $search_string, mode => $property)
	   Constructs a	new "Net::Amazon::Request::Power" object. $property is
	   typically "books". Examples for $search_string are:

	       author: schwartz

	       author: schwartz	and pubdate: after 10-2002

	       subject:	perl and (objects or object-oriented)

	       keywords: "high tech*" and not fiction and pubdate: during 1999

	       power "author: randal schwartz and publisher: Addison Wesley"

	       author: randal schwartz and title: object books

	   See the "Amazon Web Services	2.1 API	and Integration	Guide" for
	   details.

       Check Net::Amazon::Request for common request parameters	not listed
       here.

AUTHORS
       Martin Streicher, <martin.streicher@apress.com> Mike Schilli,
       <m@perlmeister.com>

perl v5.32.0			  2009-09-15	Net::Amazon::Request::Power(3)

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