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1 /*******************************************************************************
2  * tlx/string/trim.hpp
3  *
4  * Part of tlx - http://panthema.net/tlx
5  *
6  * Copyright (C) 2007-2017 Timo Bingmann <[email protected]>
7  *
8  * All rights reserved. Published under the Boost Software License, Version 1.0
9  ******************************************************************************/
10 
11 #ifndef TLX_STRING_TRIM_HEADER
12 #define TLX_STRING_TRIM_HEADER
13 
14 #include <string>
15 
16 namespace tlx {
17 
18 //! \addtogroup tlx_string
19 //! \{
20 //! \name Trim
21 //! \{
22 
23 /******************************************************************************/
24 
25 /*!
26  * Trims the given string in-place on the left and right. Removes all
27  * characters in the given drop array, which defaults to " \r\n\t".
28  *
29  * \param str string to process
30  * \return reference to the modified string
31  */
33 
34 /*!
35  * Trims the given string in-place on the left and right. Removes all
36  * characters in the given drop array, which defaults to " \r\n\t".
37  *
38  * \param str string to process
39  * \param drop remove these characters
40  * \return reference to the modified string
41  */
42 std::string& trim(std::string* str, const char* drop);
43 
44 /*!
45  * Trims the given string in-place on the left and right. Removes all
46  * characters in the given drop array, which defaults to " \r\n\t".
47  *
48  * \param str string to process
49  * \param drop remove these characters
50  * \return reference to the modified string
51  */
52 std::string& trim(std::string* str, const std::string& drop);
53 
54 /*!
55  * Trims the given string in-place on the left and right. Removes all
56  * characters in the given drop array, which defaults to " \r\n\t".
57  *
58  * \param str string to process
59  * \return reference to the modified string
60  */
61 std::string trim(const std::string& str);
62 
63 /*!
64  * Trims the given string in-place on the left and right. Removes all
65  * characters in the given drop array, which defaults to " \r\n\t".
66  *
67  * \param str string to process
68  * \param drop remove these characters
69  * \return reference to the modified string
70  */
71 std::string trim(const std::string& str, const char* drop);
72 
73 /*!
74  * Trims the given string in-place on the left and right. Removes all
75  * characters in the given drop array, which defaults to " \r\n\t".
76  *
77  * \param str string to process
78  * \param drop remove these characters
79  * \return reference to the modified string
80  */
81 std::string trim(const std::string& str, const std::string& drop);
82 
83 /******************************************************************************/
84 
85 /*!
86  * Trims the given string in-place only on the right. Removes all characters in
87  * the given drop array, which defaults to " \r\n\t".
88  *
89  * \param str string to process
90  * \return reference to the modified string
91  */
93 
94 /*!
95  * Trims the given string in-place only on the right. Removes all characters in
96  * the given drop array, which defaults to " \r\n\t".
97  *
98  * \param str string to process
99  * \param drop remove these characters
100  * \return reference to the modified string
101  */
102 std::string& trim_right(std::string* str, const char* drop);
103 
104 /*!
105  * Trims the given string in-place only on the right. Removes all characters in
106  * the given drop array, which defaults to " \r\n\t".
107  *
108  * \param str string to process
109  * \param drop remove these characters
110  * \return reference to the modified string
111  */
112 std::string& trim_right(std::string* str, const std::string& drop);
113 
114 /*!
115  * Trims the given string only on the right. Removes all characters in the
116  * given drop array, which defaults to " \r\n\t". Returns a copy of the string.
117  *
118  * \param str string to process
119  * \return new trimmed string
120  */
122 
123 /*!
124  * Trims the given string only on the right. Removes all characters in the
125  * given drop array, which defaults to " \r\n\t". Returns a copy of the string.
126  *
127  * \param str string to process
128  * \param drop remove these characters
129  * \return new trimmed string
130  */
131 std::string trim_right(const std::string& str, const char* drop);
132 
133 /*!
134  * Trims the given string only on the right. Removes all characters in the
135  * given drop array, which defaults to " \r\n\t". Returns a copy of the string.
136  *
137  * \param str string to process
138  * \param drop remove these characters
139  * \return new trimmed string
140  */
141 std::string trim_right(const std::string& str, const std::string& drop);
142 
143 /******************************************************************************/
144 
145 /*!
146  * Trims the given string in-place only on the left. Removes all characters in
147  * the given drop array, which defaults to " \r\n\t".
148  *
149  * \param str string to process
150  * \return reference to the modified string
151  */
153 
154 /*!
155  * Trims the given string in-place only on the left. Removes all characters in
156  * the given drop array, which defaults to " \r\n\t".
157  *
158  * \param str string to process
159  * \param drop remove these characters
160  * \return reference to the modified string
161  */
162 std::string& trim_left(std::string* str, const char* drop);
163 
164 /*!
165  * Trims the given string in-place only on the left. Removes all characters in
166  * the given drop array, which defaults to " \r\n\t".
167  *
168  * \param str string to process
169  * \param drop remove these characters
170  * \return reference to the modified string
171  */
172 std::string& trim_left(std::string* str, const std::string& drop);
173 
174 /*!
175  * Trims the given string only on the left. Removes all characters in the given
176  * drop array, which defaults to " \r\n\t". Returns a copy of the string.
177  *
178  * \param str string to process
179  * \return new trimmed string
180  */
181 std::string trim_left(const std::string& str);
182 
183 /*!
184  * Trims the given string only on the left. Removes all characters in the given
185  * drop array, which defaults to " \r\n\t". Returns a copy of the string.
186  *
187  * \param str string to process
188  * \param drop remove these characters
189  * \return new trimmed string
190  */
191 std::string trim_left(const std::string& str, const char* drop);
192 
193 /*!
194  * Trims the given string only on the left. Removes all characters in the given
195  * drop array, which defaults to " \r\n\t". Returns a copy of the string.
196  *
197  * \param str string to process
198  * \param drop remove these characters
199  * \return new trimmed string
200  */
201 std::string trim_left(const std::string& str, const std::string& drop);
202 
203 //! \}
204 //! \}
205 
206 } // namespace tlx
207 
208 #endif // !TLX_STRING_TRIM_HEADER
209 
210 /******************************************************************************/
std::string & trim(std::string *str)
Trims the given string in-place on the left and right.
Definition: trim.cpp:20
std::string & trim_right(std::string *str)
Trims the given string in-place only on the right.
Definition: trim.cpp:94
std::basic_string< char, std::char_traits< char >, Allocator< char > > string
string with Manager tracking
Definition: allocator.hpp:220
std::string & trim_left(std::string *str)
Trims the given string in-place only on the left.
Definition: trim.cpp:128