Add the following dependency to your
It's also annoying to pull in
$library as well as
to get complete coverage. Or pull in
$library where the functions in
clojure.string are renamed, or re-implemented with slightly different semantics. I've opted to alias all the vars in
clojure.string so you only need to require a single namespace and because I know you hate surprises.
A ton of functions, either on
String, or elsewhere, return
true as the truthy value. In a lisp this is a terrible a waste. To afford string punning this library returns
s as the truthy value so you can do stuff like this:
(require [superstring.core :as str]) (some-> linkedIn-profile (str/includes? "developer" :ignore-case) (str/includes-all? ["java" "xml"] :ignore-case) (str/includes-any? ["ninja" "rockstar"] :ignore-case) extract-contact-info send-unsolicited-job-offer)
ß is a lower case, german, character that is shorthand
ss. This character is, to my knowledge, exceptional in that it
upper cases to a combination of two characters. Frankly, this
annoying character should be deprecated, but in the meanwhile we
should try to treat it in a consistent manner.
The jvm has the following behavior:
(Character/toUppercase \ß) ;;=> \ß (.toUppercase "ß") ;;=> "SS" (.equalsIgnoreCase "ß" "ss") ;;=> false
I'm interpreting this to mean:
- String comparisons ignoring case should not treat
- Any string operations which change the case should consider
SSto be the upper case variant of
Is it any good?
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