rprintf (0.2.1)

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Adaptive Builder for Formatted Strings.


Provides a set of functions to facilitate building formatted strings under various replacement rules: C-style formatting, variable-based formatting, and number-based formatting. C-style formatting is basically identical to built-in function 'sprintf'. Variable-based formatting allows users to put variable names in a formatted string which will be replaced by variable values. Number-based formatting allows users to use index numbers to represent the corresponding argument value to appear in the string.

Maintainer: Kun Ren
Author(s): Kun Ren <ken@renkun.me>

License: MIT + file LICENSE

Uses: stringi, testthat, knitr
Reverse suggests: glue

Released about 4 years ago.

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