Provided by: latexml_0.8.3-3_all bug


       "LaTeXML::Core::Mouth" - tokenize the input.


       A "LaTeXML::Core::Mouth" (and subclasses) is responsible for tokenizing, ie.  converting
       plain text and strings into LaTeXML::Core::Tokens according to the current category codes
       (catcodes) stored in the "LaTeXML::Core::State".

       It extends LaTeXML::Common::Object.

   Creating Mouths
       "$mouth = LaTeXML::Core::Mouth->create($source, %options);"
           Creates a new Mouth of the appropriate class for reading from $source.

       "$mouth = LaTeXML::Core::Mouth->new($string, %options);"
           Creates a new Mouth reading from $string.

       "$token = $mouth->readToken;"
           Returns the next LaTeXML::Core::Token from the source.

       "$boole = $mouth->hasMoreInput;"
           Returns whether there is more data to read.

       "$string = $mouth->getLocator;"
           Return a description of current position in the source, for reporting errors.

       "$tokens = $mouth->readTokens($until);"
           Reads tokens until one matches $until (comparing the character, but not catcode).
           This is useful for the "\verb" command.

       "$lines = $mouth->readRawLine;"
           Reads a raw (untokenized) line from $mouth, or undef if none is found.


       Bruce Miller <>


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