Package str provides string manipulation utilities.



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    func Contains

    func Contains(x []string, s string) bool

      Contains reports whether x contains s.

      func FoldDup

      func FoldDup(list []string) (string, string)

        FoldDup reports a pair of strings from the list that are equal according to strings.EqualFold. It returns "", "" if there are no such strings.

        func HasFilePathPrefix

        func HasFilePathPrefix(s, prefix string) bool

          HasFilePathPrefix reports whether the filesystem path s begins with the elements in prefix.

          func HasPathPrefix

          func HasPathPrefix(s, prefix string) bool

            HasPathPrefix reports whether the slash-separated path s begins with the elements in prefix.

            func SplitQuotedFields

            func SplitQuotedFields(s string) ([]string, error)

              SplitQuotedFields splits s into a list of fields, allowing single or double quotes around elements. There is no unescaping or other processing within quoted fields.

              func StringList

              func StringList(args ...interface{}) []string

                StringList flattens its arguments into a single []string. Each argument in args must have type string or []string.

                func ToFold

                func ToFold(s string) string

                  ToFold returns a string with the property that

                  strings.EqualFold(s, t) iff ToFold(s) == ToFold(t)

                  This lets us test a large set of strings for fold-equivalent duplicates without making a quadratic number of calls to EqualFold. Note that strings.ToUpper and strings.ToLower do not have the desired property in some corner cases.

                  func Uniq

                  func Uniq(ss *[]string)

                    Uniq removes consecutive duplicate strings from ss.


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