Print: Print strings with rich formats and colors.

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View source: R/bruceR_basic.R

Description

Be frustrated with print() and cat()? Try Print()! Run examples to see what it can do.

Usage

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Arguments

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Character strings enclosed by "{ }" will be evaluated as R code.

Character strings enclosed by "<< >>" will be printed as formatted and colored text.

Long strings are broken by line and concatenated together.

Leading whitespace and blank lines from the first and last lines are automatically trimmed.

Details

Possible formats/colors that can be used in "<< >>" include:

(1) bold, italic, underline, reset, blurred, inverse, hidden, strikethrough;

(2) black, white, silver, red, green, blue, yellow, cyan, magenta;

(3) bgBlack, bgWhite, bgRed, bgGreen, bgBlue, bgYellow, bgCyan, bgMagenta.

See more details in glue::glue() and glue::glue_col().

Value

Formatted text.

Functions

Examples

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name="Bruce"
Print("My name is <<underline <<bold {name}>>>>.
       <<bold <<blue Pi = {pi:.15}.>>>>
       <<italic <<green 1 + 1 = {1 + 1}.>>>>
       sqrt({x}) = <<red {sqrt(x):.3}>>", x=10)

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