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package i_introduction._5_String_Templates
import util.TODO
import util.doc5
fun example1(a: Any, b: Any) =
"This is some text in which variables ($a, $b) appear."
fun example2(a: Any, b: Any) =
"You can write it in a Java way as well. Like this: " + a + ", " + b + "!"
fun example3(c: Boolean, x: Int, y: Int) = "Any expression can be used: ${if (c) x else y}"
fun example4() =
You can use raw strings to write multiline text.
There is no escaping here, so raw strings are useful for writing regex patterns,
you don't need to escape a backslash by a backslash.
String template entries (${42}) are allowed here.
fun getPattern() = """\d{2}\.\d{2}\.\d{4}"""
fun example() = "13.06.1992".matches(getPattern().toRegex()) //true
fun todoTask5(): Nothing = TODO(
Task 5.
Copy the body of 'getPattern()' to the 'task5()' function below
and rewrite it in such a way that it matches format: '13 JUN 1992'.
Use the 'month' variable.
documentation = doc5(),
references = { getPattern(); month })
fun task5(): String = todoTask5()