argsParser: Parser of an argument string

Description Usage Arguments Examples

View source: R/argsParser.R

Description

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Usage

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argsParser(option, args, sep = " ", novalue_response = NULL)

Arguments

option

character strings containg options (or flag) whose values

args

String containing all the arguments of an R script

sep

separator character. Default is " ". If it is of length 2, the first is seperator among different options, the second is betwwen option name and its value.

novalue_response

value used in case the option is missing. Default is NULL.

Examples

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args <- "--value  6  --fruit apple"

option <- "--fruit"

value <- argsParser(option=option,args=args)

option2 <- "--jobs"

value2 <- argsParser(option=option2,args=args)
value22 <- argsParser(option=option2,args=args,novalue_response="./")
 args_b <- "value=6 , fruit=apple"

value <- argsParser(option=option,args=args_b,sep=c(",","="))

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