pandoc.title.return: Create title block

Description Usage Arguments Value References Examples

View source: R/pandoc.R

Description

Creates a Pandoc's markdown style title block with optional author, title and date fields.

Usage

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pandoc.title.return(author = "", title = "", date = "")

Arguments

author

character vector or semicolon delimited list of authors without line break

title

character vector of lines of title or multiline string with \n separators

date

any string fit in one line

Value

By default this function outputs (see: cat) the result. If you would want to catch the result instead, then call the function ending in .return.

References

John MacFarlane (2012): _Pandoc User's Guide_. http://johnmacfarlane.net/pandoc/README.html

Examples

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pandoc.title('Tom', 'Render pandoc in R', '2012-05-16')
pandoc.title(c('Tom', 'Jerry'), 'Render pandoc in R', '2012-05-16')
pandoc.title('Tom; Jerry', 'Render pandoc in R', '2012-05-16')
pandoc.title('Tom; Jerry', c('Render', 'pandoc', 'in R'), '2012-05-16')
pandoc.title('Tom; Jerry', 'Render\n    pandoc \n    in R', '2012-05-16')

## missing fields

pandoc.title('Tom; Jerry', 'Render pandoc in R')
pandoc.title('Tom; Jerry')
pandoc.title(title = 'Render pandoc in R', date= '2012-05-16')

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