ore.dict: Get or set entries in the pattern dictionary

Description Usage Arguments Value See Also Examples

Description

This function allows the user to get or set entries in the pattern dictionary, a library of regular expressions whose elements can be referred to by name in ore, and therefore easily reused.

Usage

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ore.dict(..., enclos = parent.frame())

Arguments

...

One or more strings or dictionary keys. Unnamed, literal strings will be returned unmodified, named strings will be added to the dictionary, and unquoted names will be resolved using the dictionary.

enclos

Enclosure for resolving names not present in the dictionary. Passed to eval.

Value

If no arguments are provided, the whole dictionary is returned. Otherwise the return value is a (possibly named) character vector of resolved strings.

See Also

ore, which passes its arguments through this function

Examples

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# Literal strings are returned as-is
ore.dict("protocol")

# Named arguments are added to the dictionary
ore.dict(protocol="\\w+://")

# ... and can be retrieved by name
ore.dict(protocol)

ore documentation built on Aug. 30, 2018, 9:05 a.m.