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Regexp::Common::Email::Address
Returns a pattern for Email Addresses

Regexp::Common::Email::Address - Returns a pattern for Email Addresses


NAME

Regexp::Common::Email::Address - Returns a pattern for Email Addresses


SYNOPSIS


  use Regexp::Common qw[Email::Address];

  use Email::Address;

  while (<>) {

      my (@found) = /($RE{Email}{Address})/g;

      my (@addrs) = map $_->address,

                        Email::Address->parse("@found");

      print "X-Addresses: ",

            join(", ", @addrs),

            "\n";

  }


DESCRIPTION

$RE{Email}{Address}

Provides a regex to match email addresses as defined by RFC 2822. Under {-keep}, the entire match is kept as $1. If you want to parse that further then pass it to Email::Address->parse(). Don't worry, it's fast.


SEE ALSO

the Email::Address manpage, the Regexp::Common manpage, perl.


AUTHOR

Casey West, <casey@geeknest.com>.


COPYRIGHT


  Copyright (c) 2005 Casey West.  All rights reserved.

  This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it

  under the same terms as Perl itself.
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