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reggie-docs

0.0.7 • Public • Published

Reggie-Docs

About

This package will take a Template Literal, remove comments, and generate, either:

  • reggie.create creates RegEx-ready String.
  • reggie.generate generates RegExp Object.

Version

0.0.7

Installation

npm install reggie-docs

Usage

Options

setFlag

reggie.setFlag(flag) sets the default flag used for reggie.generate).

  • Takes a string.

create

reggie.create(templateLiteral) returns a RegEx-ready String.

  • Takes a template literal.

reggie.create`a tagged template literal` returns a Regex-ready String.

  • Tagged with a template literal.

generate

reggie.generate(templateLiteral, [flags = 'gm'] returns a RegExp Object.

  • Takes a template literal.
  • Optional flags: defaults to gm

reggie.generate`a tagged template literal` returns a RegExp Object.

  • Tagged with a template literal.
  • Cannot pass flag with this method; use reggie.setFlag before reggie.generate.

Examples

const Reggie = require('reggie-docs');
const reggie = new Reggie();

let results = {};

// /^[\s]*(.*?)[\s]*$/
const code0001 = `
  ^       // Beginning of line
  [\s]*  // Zero or more whitespace

  (.*?)   // Any characters, zero to unlimited,
          //  lazy (as few times as possible, expanding as needed)

  [\s]*  // Zero or more whitespace
  $       // End of line
`;
const patternCheck0001 = '  Test Spaces Before and After   ';

results.code0001 = reggie.create(code0001);
const code0001Exp = reggie.generate(code0001);
results.code0001Test = code0001Exp.exec(patternCheck0001)[1];

results.code0002 = reggie.create`
  ^       // Beginning of line
  [\s]*  // Zero or more whitespace

  (.*?)   // Any characters, zero to unlimited,
          //  lazy (as few times as possible, expanding as needed)

  [\s]*  // Zero or more whitespace
  $       // End of line
`;

results.code0003 = reggie.generate`
  ^       // Beginning of line
  [\s]*  // Zero or more whitespace

  (.*?)   // Any characters, zero to unlimited,
          //  lazy (as few times as possible, expanding as needed)

  [\s]*  // Zero or more whitespace
  $       // End of line
`;

// ^((?<area>[\d]{3})[-][\d]{2}[-][\d]{4})$
const code0004 = `
  ^                   // BOL
  (                   // Group
    (?<area>            // Group-NAMED area
      [\d]{3}            // 3-Digits
    )                   // Group-NAMED-END
    [-]                 // Literal, Dash
    [\d]{2}            //  2-Digits
    [-]                 // Literal, Dash
    [\d]{4}            // 4-Digits
  )                   // Group-END
  $                   // EOL
`;
const patternCheck0004a = '111-22-3333';
const patternCheck0004b = '111-22-aaaa';

results.code0004 = reggie.create(code0004);
const code0004Exp = reggie.generate(code0004);
results.code0004TestAValid = code0006Exp.exec(patternCheck0004a) !== null;
results.code0004TestBValid = code0006Exp.exec(patternCheck0004b) !== null;

// /^(v?\d+\.\d+\.\d+)$/gi
const code0005 = `
  ^       // BOL
  (       // Group
    v?    // Version Optional
    \d+   // Any Digit (at least one)
    \.    //  PERIOD CHARACTER
    \d+   // Any Digit (at least one)
    \.    //  PERIOD CHARACTER
    \d+   // Any Digit (at least one)
  )
  $       // EOL
`;

results.code0005 = reggie.generate(code0005, 'gi');

console.log(results);

To Do

  1. [REQUESTED] Create a way to use this in a build process.
  2. Continue to improve the logic.
  3. Add in error handling.

Install

npm i reggie-docs

DownloadsWeekly Downloads

22

Version

0.0.7

License

MIT

Unpacked Size

12.1 kB

Total Files

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