varstring

Replaces {variables} in strings. Great for generating configuration files!

VarString is a simple node.js library for inserting variables into a string. Great for generating configuration files!

#Example

var varstring = require("varstring")
 
/*Args*/
varstring("{0}+{1}={2}",1,2,3) //1+2=3
varstring("{0} {2}","node.js is really","bad","awesome") //nodejs is really awesome
 
/*Array*/
varstring("{0}+{1}={2}",[1,2,3]) //1+2=3
varstring("{0} {2}",["node.js is really","bad","awesome"]) //nodejs is really awesome
 
/* Array w/ Keys */
 
var array = new Array()
array["username"] = "grace"
array["password"] = "hopper"
 
var string = varstring("{username} : {password}",array)
console.log(string)
 
/* Object */
var obj = {}
obj.username = "grace"
obj.password = "hopper"
 
var string = varstring("{username} : {password}",obj)
console.log(string)

#Method Signatures ###varstring(string,{"key":"val",...}) string is any string containing any variable of the form {key} where key corresponds to a key that belongs to the object passed as an argument. ###varstring(string,[var0,...]) string is any string containing any variable of the form {i} where i corresponds to the i'th element of the array of vars. ###varstring(string,var0,...) string is any string containing any variable of the form {i} where i corresponds to i'th var argument

#Undefined behavior Passing in a series of objects to be inserted into variables within a string is untested and unsupported. It may cause problems with the algorithm determining if the passed in argument(s) is/are a series of values, an array, or an object. It also will likely result in [Object] being inserted into the string. Use at your own risk.