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Stringy - A PHP string manipulation library with multibyte support


A PHP string manipulation library with multibyte support. Compatible with PHP 5.4+, PHP 7+, and HHVM.Refer to the 1.x branch or 2.x branch for older documentation.

string.js - Extra JavaScript string methods.


string.js, or simply S is a lightweight (< 5 kb minified and gzipped) JavaScript library for the browser or for Node.js that provides extra String methods. Originally, it modified the String prototype. But I quickly learned that in JavaScript, this is considered poor practice.Personally, I prefer the cleanliness of the way code looks when it appears to be native methods. i.e. when you modify native JavaScript prototypes. However, if any app dependency required string.js, then the app's string prototype would be modified in every module. This could be troublesome. So I settled on creating a wrapper a la jQuery style. For those of you prototype hatin' fools, there is the method extendPrototype().

humps - 🐫 Underscore-to-camelCase converter (and vice versa) for strings and object keys in JavaScript


Underscore-to-camelCase converter (and vice versa) for strings and object keys in JavaScript. When converting object keys, it will walk the structure, converting any nested objects (or arrays of nested objects) along the way. Handy for converting JSON between JavaScript and Ruby/Rails APIs.

glue - Glue strings to data in R. Small, fast, dependency free interpreted string literals.


Glue strings to data in R. Small, fast, dependency free interpreted string literals. This lets you indent the strings naturally in code.




stringr - A fresh approach to string manipulation in R


Strings are not glamorous, high-profile components of R, but they do play a big role in many data cleaning and preparation tasks. The stringr package provide a cohesive set of functions designed to make working with strings as easy as possible. If you’re not familiar with strings, the best place to start is the chapter on strings in R for Data Science. stringr is built on top of stringi, which uses the ICU C library to provide fast, correct implementations of common string manipulations. stringr focusses on the most important and commonly used string manipulation functions whereas stringi provides a comprehensive set covering almost anything you can imagine. If you find that stringr is missing a function that you need, try looking in stringi. Both packages share similar conventions, so once you’ve mastered stringr, you should find stringi similarly easy to use.

simplebolt - :nut_and_bolt: Simple way to use Bolt


Simple way to use the Bolt database. Similar design to simpleredis.

simpleredis - :radio: Easy way to use Redis from Go


Easy way to use Redis from Go.Redis must be up and running locally for the go test tests to work.


cuerdas - String manipulation library for Clojure(Script)


The missing clojure(script) string manipulation library.La guitarra, hace llorar a los sueños. El sollozo de las almas perdidas, se escapa por su boca redonda. Y como la tarántula teje una gran estrella para cazar suspiros, que flotan en su negro aljibe de madera.

string-scanner - scan through strings. supports forwards and backwards scanning.


scan through strings. supports forwards and backwards scanning.Initialize a scanner for str at the given offset. If no offset is given, default to 0.

indexed-string-variation - Experimental JavaScript module to generate all possible variations of strings over an alphabet using an n-ary virtual tree


Experimental JavaScript module to generate all possible variations of strings over an alphabet using an n-ary virtual tree. Generally useful to create distributed brute-force password recovery tools or other software that might require distributed generation of all possible strings on a given alphabet.

smaz.js - Port of smaz (https://github.com/antirez/smaz) to Javascript.


See http://github.com/antirez/smaz for information on smaz and the algorithm itself. Compressed binary data is stored using JavaScript ArrayBuffers.

stringz - :100: Zero dependency unicode-aware string tools for NodeJS


A really small, performant, zero-dependency, unicode-aware library for working with Strings in Node.js. Javascript has a serious problem with unicode. Even ES6 can’t solve the problem entirely since some characters like the new colored emojis are three bytes instead of two bytes. Sometimes even more! "πŸ‘πŸ½".length returns 4 which is totally wrong (hint: it should be 1!). ES6's Array.from tried to solve this, but that even fails: Array.from("πŸ‘πŸ½") returns ["πŸ‘", "🏽"] which is incorrect. This library tries to tackle all these problems with a mega RegExp. Read More Here.

grunt-regex-replace - Grunt plugin to search and replace text content of files based on regular expression patterns


Accepts an array of objects or a function (which returns an array of objects) representing the actions to take place. Each action contains an optional name property, an optional use property, a search property, a replace property and an optional flags property. Here are some examples of the object. A string value.