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NAME

       Text::QRCode - Generate text base QR Code

SYNOPSIS

           use Text::QRCode;

           my $arrayref = Text::QRCode->new()->plot("Some text here.");
           print join "\n", map { join '', @$_ } @$arrayref;

           # You will get following output.
           ******* *  ** *******
           *     *   * * *     *
           * *** *       * *** *
           * *** *   **  * *** *
           * *** *  * *  * *** *
           *     *  **** *     *
           ******* * * * *******
                   *  **
           ** ** *   *** *     *
           *   **  ***    * *
            * ****     * *    **
           *    * * * * * ** ***
             **  *   ***   ** **
                   * **  * **  *
           *******  *****  ***
           *     *  * ** * ****
           * *** * *   *    * *
           * *** * * **   *  *
           * *** *     *** * ***
           *     * **  * *   ***
           ******* * *  ****

DESCRIPTION

       This module allows you to generate QR Code using ' ' and '*'. This module use libqrencode
       '2.0.0' and above.

METHODS

       new
               $qrcode = Text::QRCode->new(%params);

           The "new()" constructor method instantiates a new Text::QRCode object. "new()" accepts
           some parameters are the same as "Imager::QRCode".

       plot($text)
               $arrayref = $qrcode->plot("blah blah");

           Create a QR Code map. This method returns array reference ploted QR Code with the
           given text.

INSTANT METHODS

       plot_qrcode($text, \%params)
           Instant method. $text is input text. %params is same parameter as "new()".

SEE ALSO

       "Imager::QRCode", "Term::QRCode", "HTML::QRCode", "http://www.qrcode.com/",
       "http://megaui.net/fukuchi/works/qrencode/index.en.html"

AUTHOR

       Yoshiki Kurihara "<kurihara __at__ cpan.org>"

LICENCE

       Copyright (c) 2013, Yoshiki KURIHARA "<kurihara __at__ cpan.org>".

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