form3etsil: inverse function of form3liste

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Examples

View source: R/f0.rbsb1.code.r

Description

returns a vector character of the names from a character string generated by form3liste. For the moment, sep cannot be an empty string.

Usage

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form3etsil(cara, none="-.-", OPA="{", CPA="}", opa="(", cpa=")", sep="+")

Arguments

cara

Character to be considered.

none

idem as in form3liste.

OPA

idem as in form3liste.

CPA

idem as in form3liste.

opa

idem as in form3liste.

cpa

idem as in form3liste.

sep

idem as in form3liste.

Details

Of course, it is implicitely supposed that the inversion is unambiguous.
The syntax (consistent use of the parentheses and separators) is checked: an error is issued when not correct.
Important: the possible \n added by form3liste is not taken into account and must be removed before calling this function.

Value

A character vector

Examples

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 rbsb3k("RESET"); # needed only for R checking, to be forgotten
 uu <- form3liste(letters[1:4]);
 form3etsil(uu);

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