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Add parseHex32 and parseHex64 to string objects
author Mike Pavone <pavone@retrodev.com>
date Sat, 10 Aug 2013 15:20:38 -0700
parents a6739206a9e3
children 32964a4e7a33
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#{
	main <- {
		print: "foo: " . 42 . "\n"
		print: (string: (length: "foo" . "bar")) . "\n"
		print: (string: ("foobarbaz" find: "foo" else: { "not found" })) . "\n"
		print: (string: ("foobarbaz" find: "bar" else: { "not found" })) . "\n"
		print: (string: ("foobarbaz" find: "baz" else: { "not found" })) . "\n"
		print: (string: ("foobarbaz" find: "qux" else: { "not found" })) . "\n"

		print: ("foobarbaz" from: 3) . "\n"
		print: ("foobarbaz" from: 3 withLength: 3) . "\n"

		foreach: ("foo,bar,baz,qux" splitOn: ",") :idx val {
			print: val . "\n"
		}

		res <- "foobarbaz" partitionOn: "bar"
		print: "Before: " . (res before) . "\n"
		print: "After: " . (res after) . "\n"

		print: (string: ("12abcDEF" parseHex32)) . "\n"
		print: (string: ("FFFFFFFFFF" parseHex64)) . "\n"
	}
}