stri_extract_all

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Extract Occurrences of a Pattern

These functions extract all substrings matching a given pattern.

stri_extract_all_* extracts all the matches. stri_extract_first_* and stri_extract_last_* yield the first or the last matches, respectively.

Usage
stri_extract_all(str, ..., regex, fixed, coll, charclass)

stri_extract_first(str, ..., regex, fixed, coll, charclass)

stri_extract_last(str, ..., regex, fixed, coll, charclass)

stri_extract(str, ..., regex, fixed, coll, charclass, mode = c("first", "all", "last"))

stri_extract_all_charclass(str, pattern, merge = TRUE, simplify = FALSE, omit_no_match = FALSE)

stri_extract_first_charclass(str, pattern)

stri_extract_last_charclass(str, pattern)

stri_extract_all_coll(str, pattern, simplify = FALSE, omit_no_match = FALSE, ..., opts_collator = NULL)

stri_extract_first_coll(str, pattern, ..., opts_collator = NULL)

stri_extract_last_coll(str, pattern, ..., opts_collator = NULL)

stri_extract_all_regex(str, pattern, simplify = FALSE, omit_no_match = FALSE, ..., opts_regex = NULL)

stri_extract_first_regex(str, pattern, ..., opts_regex = NULL)

stri_extract_last_regex(str, pattern, ..., opts_regex = NULL)

stri_extract_all_fixed(str, pattern, simplify = FALSE, omit_no_match = FALSE, ..., opts_fixed = NULL)

stri_extract_first_fixed(str, pattern, ..., opts_fixed = NULL)

stri_extract_last_fixed(str, pattern, ..., opts_fixed = NULL)

Arguments
str

character vector; strings to search in

...

supplementary arguments passed to the underlying functions, including additional settings for opts_collator, opts_regex, and so on

mode

single string; one of: "first" (the default), "all", "last"

pattern, regex, fixed, coll, charclass

character vector; search patterns; for more details refer to stringi-search

merge

single logical value; indicates whether consecutive pattern matches will be merged into one string; stri_extract_all_charclass only

simplify

single logical value; if TRUE or NA, then a character matrix is returned; otherwise (the default), a list of character vectors is given, see Value; stri_extract_all_* only

omit_no_match

single logical value; if FALSE, then a missing value will indicate that there was no match; stri_extract_all_* only

opts_collator, opts_fixed, opts_regex

a named list to tune up the search engine's settings; see stri_opts_collator, stri_opts_fixed, and stri_opts_regex, respectively; NULL for the defaults

Details

Vectorized over str and pattern (with recycling of the elements in the shorter vector if necessary). This allows to, for instance, search for one pattern in each given string, search for each pattern in one given string, and search for the i-th pattern within the i-th string.

Check out stri_match for the extraction of matches to individual regex capture groups.

stri_extract, stri_extract_all, stri_extract_first, and stri_extract_last are convenience functions. They just call stri_extract_*_*, depending on the arguments used.

Value

For stri_extract_all*, if simplify=FALSE (the default), then a list of character vectors is returned. Each list element represents the results of a different search scenario. If a pattern is not found and omit_no_match=FALSE, then a character vector of length 1 with single NA value will be generated.

Otherwise, i.e., if simplify is not FALSE, then stri_list2matrix with byrow=TRUE argument is called on the resulting object. In such a case, the function yields a character matrix with an appropriate number of rows (according to the length of str, pattern, etc.). Note that stri_list2matrix's fill argument is set either to an empty string or NA, depending on whether simplify is TRUE or NA, respectively.

stri_extract_first* and stri_extract_last* return a character vector. A NA element indicates a no-match.

See Also

Other search_extract: stri_extract_all_boundaries, stri_match_all, stringi-search

Aliases
  • stri_extract_all
  • stri_extract_first
  • stri_extract_last
  • stri_extract
  • stri_extract_all_charclass
  • stri_extract_first_charclass
  • stri_extract_last_charclass
  • stri_extract_all_coll
  • stri_extract_first_coll
  • stri_extract_last_coll
  • stri_extract_all_regex
  • stri_extract_first_regex
  • stri_extract_last_regex
  • stri_extract_all_fixed
  • stri_extract_first_fixed
  • stri_extract_last_fixed
Examples
# NOT RUN {
stri_extract_all('XaaaaX', regex=c('\\p{Ll}', '\\p{Ll}+', '\\p{Ll}{2,3}', '\\p{Ll}{2,3}?'))
stri_extract_all('Bartolini', coll='i')
stri_extract_all('stringi is so good!', charclass='\\p{Zs}') # all white-spaces

stri_extract_all_charclass(c('AbcdeFgHijK', 'abc', 'ABC'), '\\p{Ll}')
stri_extract_all_charclass(c('AbcdeFgHijK', 'abc', 'ABC'), '\\p{Ll}', merge=FALSE)
stri_extract_first_charclass('AaBbCc', '\\p{Ll}')
stri_extract_last_charclass('AaBbCc', '\\p{Ll}')

# }
# NOT RUN {
# emoji support available since ICU 57
stri_extract_all_charclass(stri_enc_fromutf32(32:55200), "\\p{EMOJI}")
# }
# NOT RUN {
stri_extract_all_coll(c('AaaaaaaA', 'AAAA'), 'a')
stri_extract_first_coll(c('Yy\u00FD', 'AAA'), 'y', strength=2, locale="sk_SK")
stri_extract_last_coll(c('Yy\u00FD', 'AAA'), 'y',  strength=1, locale="sk_SK")

stri_extract_all_regex('XaaaaX', c('\\p{Ll}', '\\p{Ll}+', '\\p{Ll}{2,3}', '\\p{Ll}{2,3}?'))
stri_extract_first_regex('XaaaaX', c('\\p{Ll}', '\\p{Ll}+', '\\p{Ll}{2,3}', '\\p{Ll}{2,3}?'))
stri_extract_last_regex('XaaaaX', c('\\p{Ll}', '\\p{Ll}+', '\\p{Ll}{2,3}', '\\p{Ll}{2,3}?'))

stri_list2matrix(stri_extract_all_regex('XaaaaX', c('\\p{Ll}', '\\p{Ll}+')))
stri_extract_all_regex('XaaaaX', c('\\p{Ll}', '\\p{Ll}+'), simplify=TRUE)
stri_extract_all_regex('XaaaaX', c('\\p{Ll}', '\\p{Ll}+'), simplify=NA)

stri_extract_all_fixed("abaBAba", "Aba", case_insensitive=TRUE)
stri_extract_all_fixed("abaBAba", "Aba", case_insensitive=TRUE, overlap=TRUE)

# }
Documentation reproduced from package stringi, version 1.4.3, License: file LICENSE

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