The goal of arpr is to provide convenience functions for programming with magrittr pipes. Conditional pipes, a string prefixer and a function to pipe the given object into a specific argument given by character name are currently supported. It is named after the dadaist Hans Arp, a friend of Rene Magritte.

*Note that the {arpr} package was originally created by Jirka
Lewandowski. The present
repository is a fork to be able to continue development of this package,
required for {gitlabr}.*

You can install the released version of arpr from CRAN with:

```
install.packages("arpr")
```

And the development version from GitHub with:

```
# install.packages("devtools")
devtools::install_github("statnmap/arpr")
```

```
library(arpr)
```

- Prefix a string of text

```
"xyz" %>%
prefix("abc")
#> [1] "abcxyz"
```

`iff()`

applies a function if and only if test is TRUE- otherwise return input value unchanged
`iffn()`

is if and only if test is FALSE

```
x <- 1
x %>%
iff(is.na, const(0))
#> [1] 1
x <- NA
x %>%
iff(is.na, const(0))
#> [1] 0
x <- 1
x %>%
iff(x <= 0, function(x) { x - 2 })
#> [1] 1
x <- -1
x %>%
iff(x <= 0, function(x) { x - 2 })
#> [1] -3
x <- NA
x %>%
iffn(is.na, exp)
#> [1] NA
x <- 10
x %>%
iffn(is.na, exp)
#> [1] 22026.47
```

- Pipe into specific formal argument

```
5L %>%
pipe_into("digits", format, 2.731234567)
#> [1] "2.7312"
```

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