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Re: Tools for those working heavily with strings

From: Jean Louis
Subject: Re: Tools for those working heavily with strings
Date: Sun, 24 Jul 2022 23:00:46 +0300
User-agent: Mutt/+ () (2022-06-11)

* carlmarcos--- via Users list for the GNU Emacs text editor 
<> [2022-07-24 14:13]:
> I'd appreciate if emacs could provide a minimum set of functions to 
> manipulate list,
> as string manipulations are of good use.

It is there.

Do following: {M-x shortdoc-display-group RET list RET} for lists or
{M-x shortdoc-display-group RET string RET} for strings.

The above information within curly brackets are Hyperbole links, you
can activate them with packag Hyperbole by using M-RET

I can see that s.el has functions like `s-trim-left' and such
functions are in Emacs as `string-trim' and `string-trim-left' and so

Function `s-collapse-whitespace' from s.el is in Emacs

Function `s-split' is `split-string' in Emacs.

Function `s-lines' is `string-lines' in Emacs.

And so on, there are various functions that already exist in Emacs.

Just browse the `list' and `string' groups as above explained.


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