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POE::Component::ClientUseroContributedOPe:Component::Client::Whois::TLDList(3)

NAME
       POE::Component::Client::Whois::TLDList -	Determine the applicable Whois
       server for a given Top-level domain (TLD).

VERSION
       version 1.36

SYNOPSIS
	 use strict;
	 use POE::Component::Client::Whois::TLDList;

	 my $tldlist = POE::Component::Client::Whois::TLDList->new();

	 my $whois_server = $tldlist->tld('foobar.com');

	 $tldlist->dump_tlds();

DESCRIPTION
       E::Component::Client::Whois::TLDList contains a list of top-level
       domains mapped to which Whois server has	information for	that domain.

CONSTRUCTOR
       "new"
	   Returns a POE::Component::Client::Whois::TLDList object.

METHODS
       "tld"
	   Takes a domain or hostname and returns a list or an undef on
	   failure. The	list returned usually has the reponsible Whois server
	   as the first	item in	the list, but some TLDs	do not have Whois
	   servers.

	   If the first	item in	the list is 'NONE' then	that TLD doesn't have
	   a Whois server or the Whois is unknown.

	   If the first	item in	the list is 'WEB' then that TLD	has a web
	   interface only to query whois. The second item will usually be the
	   web url to query.

	   If the first	item in	the list is 'ARPA' that	that TLD is an .arpa
	   address.

       "dump_tlds"
	   Uses	Data::Dumper to	dump TLD data to STDERR.

AUTHOR
       Chris Williams <chris@bingosnet.co.uk>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
       This software is	copyright (c) 2015 by Chris Williams.

       This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
       the same	terms as the Perl 5 programming	language system	itself.

perl v5.24.1			  201POE::Component::Client::Whois::TLDList(3)

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