replace_symbol: Replace Symbols With Word Equivalents

Description Usage Arguments Value Examples

View source: R/replace_symbol.R

Description

This function replaces symbols with word equivalents (e.g., @ becomes "at".

Usage

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replace_symbol(x, dollar = TRUE, percent = TRUE, pound = TRUE,
  at = TRUE, and = TRUE, with = TRUE, ...)

Arguments

x

A character vector.

dollar

logical. If TRUE replaces dollar sign ($) with "dollar".

percent

logical. If TRUE replaces percent sign (%) with "percent".

pound

logical. If TRUE replaces pound sign (#) with "number".

at

logical. If TRUE replaces at sign (@) with "at".

and

logical. If TRUE replaces and sign (&) with "and".

with

logical. If TRUE replaces with sign (w/) with "with".

...

ignored.

Value

Returns a character vector with symbols replaced..

Examples

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x <- c("I am @ Jon's & Jim's w/ Marry", 
    "I owe $41 for food", 
    "two is 10% of a #"
)
replace_symbol(x)

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