SYNOPSIS# see the implementations of this interface for details but # basically
my $obj = $factory->create(%args);
DESCRIPTIONThis interface is the basic structure for a factory which creates new objects. In this case it is up to the implementer to check arguments and initialize whatever new object the implementing class is designed for.
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APPENDIXThe rest of the documentation details each of the object methods. Internal methods are usually preceded with a _
Title : create Usage : $factory->create(%args) Function: Create a new object Returns : a new object Args : hash of initialization parameters
Title : create_object Usage : $obj = $factory->create_object(%args) Function: Create a new object. This is supposed to supercede create(). Right now it only delegates to create(). Returns : a new object Args : hash of initialization parameters