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package govalidator
import (
"errors"
"fmt"
"html"
"math"
"path"
"regexp"
"strings"
"unicode"
"unicode/utf8"
)
// Contains check if the string contains the substring.
func Contains(str, substring string) bool {
return strings.Contains(str, substring)
}
// Matches check if string matches the pattern (pattern is regular expression)
// In case of error return false
func Matches(str, pattern string) bool {
match, _ := regexp.MatchString(pattern, str)
return match
}
// LeftTrim trim characters from the left-side of the input.
// If second argument is empty, it's will be remove leading spaces.
func LeftTrim(str, chars string) string {
if chars == "" {
return strings.TrimLeftFunc(str, unicode.IsSpace)
}
r, _ := regexp.Compile("^[" + chars + "]+")
return r.ReplaceAllString(str, "")
}
// RightTrim trim characters from the right-side of the input.
// If second argument is empty, it's will be remove spaces.
func RightTrim(str, chars string) string {
if chars == "" {
return strings.TrimRightFunc(str, unicode.IsSpace)
}
r, _ := regexp.Compile("[" + chars + "]+$")
return r.ReplaceAllString(str, "")
}
// Trim trim characters from both sides of the input.
// If second argument is empty, it's will be remove spaces.
func Trim(str, chars string) string {
return LeftTrim(RightTrim(str, chars), chars)
}
// WhiteList remove characters that do not appear in the whitelist.
func WhiteList(str, chars string) string {
pattern := "[^" + chars + "]+"
r, _ := regexp.Compile(pattern)
return r.ReplaceAllString(str, "")
}
// BlackList remove characters that appear in the blacklist.
func BlackList(str, chars string) string {
pattern := "[" + chars + "]+"
r, _ := regexp.Compile(pattern)
return r.ReplaceAllString(str, "")
}
// StripLow remove characters with a numerical value < 32 and 127, mostly control characters.
// If keep_new_lines is true, newline characters are preserved (\n and \r, hex 0xA and 0xD).
func StripLow(str string, keepNewLines bool) string {
chars := ""
if keepNewLines {
chars = "\x00-\x09\x0B\x0C\x0E-\x1F\x7F"
} else {
chars = "\x00-\x1F\x7F"
}
return BlackList(str, chars)
}
// ReplacePattern replace regular expression pattern in string
func ReplacePattern(str, pattern, replace string) string {
r, _ := regexp.Compile(pattern)
return r.ReplaceAllString(str, replace)
}
// Escape replace <, >, & and " with HTML entities.
var Escape = html.EscapeString
func addSegment(inrune, segment []rune) []rune {
if len(segment) == 0 {
return inrune
}
if len(inrune) != 0 {
inrune = append(inrune, '_')
}
inrune = append(inrune, segment...)
return inrune
}
// UnderscoreToCamelCase converts from underscore separated form to camel case form.
// Ex.: my_func => MyFunc
func UnderscoreToCamelCase(s string) string {
return strings.Replace(strings.Title(strings.Replace(strings.ToLower(s), "_", " ", -1)), " ", "", -1)
}
// CamelCaseToUnderscore converts from camel case form to underscore separated form.
// Ex.: MyFunc => my_func
func CamelCaseToUnderscore(str string) string {
var output []rune
var segment []rune
for _, r := range str {
// not treat number as separate segment
if !unicode.IsLower(r) && string(r) != "_" && !unicode.IsNumber(r) {
output = addSegment(output, segment)
segment = nil
}
segment = append(segment, unicode.ToLower(r))
}
output = addSegment(output, segment)
return string(output)
}
// Reverse return reversed string
func Reverse(s string) string {
r := []rune(s)
for i, j := 0, len(r)-1; i < j; i, j = i+1, j-1 {
r[i], r[j] = r[j], r[i]
}
return string(r)
}
// GetLines split string by "\n" and return array of lines
func GetLines(s string) []string {
return strings.Split(s, "\n")
}
// GetLine return specified line of multiline string
func GetLine(s string, index int) (string, error) {
lines := GetLines(s)
if index < 0 || index >= len(lines) {
return "", errors.New("line index out of bounds")
}
return lines[index], nil
}
// RemoveTags remove all tags from HTML string
func RemoveTags(s string) string {
return ReplacePattern(s, "<[^>]*>", "")
}
// SafeFileName return safe string that can be used in file names
func SafeFileName(str string) string {
name := strings.ToLower(str)
name = path.Clean(path.Base(name))
name = strings.Trim(name, " ")
separators, err := regexp.Compile(`[ &_=+:]`)
if err == nil {
name = separators.ReplaceAllString(name, "-")
}
legal, err := regexp.Compile(`[^[:alnum:]-.]`)
if err == nil {
name = legal.ReplaceAllString(name, "")
}
for strings.Contains(name, "--") {
name = strings.Replace(name, "--", "-", -1)
}
return name
}
// NormalizeEmail canonicalize an email address.
// The local part of the email address is lowercased for all domains; the hostname is always lowercased and
// the local part of the email address is always lowercased for hosts that are known to be case-insensitive (currently only GMail).
// Normalization follows special rules for known providers: currently, GMail addresses have dots removed in the local part and
// are stripped of tags (e.g. some.one+tag@gmail.com becomes someone@gmail.com) and all @googlemail.com addresses are
// normalized to @gmail.com.
func NormalizeEmail(str string) (string, error) {
if !IsEmail(str) {
return "", fmt.Errorf("%s is not an email", str)
}
parts := strings.Split(str, "@")
parts[0] = strings.ToLower(parts[0])
parts[1] = strings.ToLower(parts[1])
if parts[1] == "gmail.com" || parts[1] == "googlemail.com" {
parts[1] = "gmail.com"
parts[0] = strings.Split(ReplacePattern(parts[0], `\.`, ""), "+")[0]
}
return strings.Join(parts, "@"), nil
}
// Truncate a string to the closest length without breaking words.
func Truncate(str string, length int, ending string) string {
var aftstr, befstr string
if len(str) > length {
words := strings.Fields(str)
before, present := 0, 0
for i := range words {
befstr = aftstr
before = present
aftstr = aftstr + words[i] + " "
present = len(aftstr)
if present > length && i != 0 {
if (length - before) < (present - length) {
return Trim(befstr, " /\\.,\"'#!?&@+-") + ending
}
return Trim(aftstr, " /\\.,\"'#!?&@+-") + ending
}
}
}
return str
}
// PadLeft pad left side of string if size of string is less then indicated pad length
func PadLeft(str string, padStr string, padLen int) string {
return buildPadStr(str, padStr, padLen, true, false)
}
// PadRight pad right side of string if size of string is less then indicated pad length
func PadRight(str string, padStr string, padLen int) string {
return buildPadStr(str, padStr, padLen, false, true)
}
// PadBoth pad sides of string if size of string is less then indicated pad length
func PadBoth(str string, padStr string, padLen int) string {
return buildPadStr(str, padStr, padLen, true, true)
}
// PadString either left, right or both sides, not the padding string can be unicode and more then one
// character
func buildPadStr(str string, padStr string, padLen int, padLeft bool, padRight bool) string {
// When padded length is less then the current string size
if padLen < utf8.RuneCountInString(str) {
return str
}
padLen -= utf8.RuneCountInString(str)
targetLen := padLen
targetLenLeft := targetLen
targetLenRight := targetLen
if padLeft && padRight {
targetLenLeft = padLen / 2
targetLenRight = padLen - targetLenLeft
}
strToRepeatLen := utf8.RuneCountInString(padStr)
repeatTimes := int(math.Ceil(float64(targetLen) / float64(strToRepeatLen)))
repeatedString := strings.Repeat(padStr, repeatTimes)
leftSide := ""
if padLeft {
leftSide = repeatedString[0:targetLenLeft]
}
rightSide := ""
if padRight {
rightSide = repeatedString[0:targetLenRight]
}
return leftSide + str + rightSide
}
// TruncatingErrorf removes extra args from fmt.Errorf if not formatted in the str object
func TruncatingErrorf(str string, args ...interface{}) error {
n := strings.Count(str, "%s")
return fmt.Errorf(str, args[:n]...)
}
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