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stringi 0.4-1 released – fast, portable, consistent character string processing

A new release of the stringi package is available on CRAN (please wait a few days for Windows and OS X binary builds). # install.packages("stringi") or update.packages() library("stringi") Here’s a list of changes in version 0.4-1. In the current release,

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Faster, easier, and more reliable character string processing with stringi 0.3-1

A new release of the stringi package is available on CRAN (please wait a few days for Windows and OS X binary builds). # install.packages("stringi") or update.packages() library("stringi") stringi is an R package providing (but definitely not limiting to) equivalents

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ICU Unicode text transforms in the R package stringi

The ICU (International Components for Unicode) library provides very powerful and flexible ways to apply various Unicode text transforms. These include: Full (language-specific) case mappings, Unicode normalization, Text transliteration (e.g. script-to-script conversion). All of these are available to R programmers/users

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(String/text processing)++: stringi 0.2-3 released

A new release of the stringi package is available on CRAN (please wait a few days for Windows and OS X binary builds). stringi is a package providing (but definitely not limiting to) replacements for nearly all the character string

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Properly “internationalized” regular expressions in R

We should pay special attention to writing a truly portable code that works in the same fashion under different locales and character encodings. Currently, R has two Regex engines, ERE (via TRE) and PRE (via PCRE). What is surprising, they

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