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package search

import "golang.org/x/text/search"

Package search provides language-specific search and string matching.

Natural language matching can be intricate. For example, Danish will insist "Århus" and "Aarhus" are the same name and Turkish will match I to ı (note the lack of a dot) in a case-insensitive match. This package handles such language-specific details.

Text passed to any of the calls in this message does not need to be normalized.

Index

Package Files

index.go pattern.go search.go tables.go

Constants

const CLDRVersion = "23"

CLDRVersion is the CLDR version from which the tables in this package are derived.

const UnicodeVersion = "6.2.0"

UnicodeVersion is the Unicode version from which the tables in this package are derived.

Variables

var (
    // Supported lists the languages for which search differs from its parent.
    Supported language.Coverage
)

type IndexOption Uses

type IndexOption byte

An IndexOption specifies how the Index methods of Pattern or Matcher should match the input.

const (
    // Anchor restricts the search to the start (or end for Backwards) of the
    // text.
    Anchor IndexOption = 1 << iota

    // Backwards starts the search from the end of the text.
    Backwards
)

type Matcher Uses

type Matcher struct {
    // contains filtered or unexported fields
}

A Matcher implements language-specific string matching.

func New Uses

func New(t language.Tag, opts ...Option) *Matcher

New returns a new Matcher for the given language and options.

func (*Matcher) Compile Uses

func (m *Matcher) Compile(b []byte) *Pattern

Compile compiles and returns a pattern that can be used for faster searching.

func (*Matcher) CompileString Uses

func (m *Matcher) CompileString(s string) *Pattern

CompileString compiles and returns a pattern that can be used for faster searching.

func (*Matcher) Equal Uses

func (m *Matcher) Equal(a, b []byte) bool

Equal reports whether a and b are equivalent.

func (*Matcher) EqualString Uses

func (m *Matcher) EqualString(a, b string) bool

EqualString reports whether a and b are equivalent.

func (*Matcher) Index Uses

func (m *Matcher) Index(b, pat []byte, opts ...IndexOption) (start, end int)

Index reports the start and end position of the first occurrence of pat in b or -1, -1 if pat is not present.

func (*Matcher) IndexString Uses

func (m *Matcher) IndexString(s, pat string, opts ...IndexOption) (start, end int)

IndexString reports the start and end position of the first occurrence of pat in s or -1, -1 if pat is not present.

type Option Uses

type Option func(*Matcher)

An Option configures a Matcher.

var (
    // WholeWord restricts matches to complete words. The default is to match at
    // the character level.
    WholeWord Option = nil

    // Exact requires that two strings are their exact equivalent. For example
    // å would not match aa in Danish. It overrides any of the ignore options.
    Exact Option = nil

    // Loose causes case, diacritics and width to be ignored.
    Loose Option = loose

    // IgnoreCase enables case-insensitive search.
    IgnoreCase Option = ignoreCase

    // IgnoreDiacritics causes diacritics to be ignored ("ö" == "o").
    IgnoreDiacritics Option = ignoreDiacritics

    // IgnoreWidth equates narrow with wide variants.
    IgnoreWidth Option = ignoreWidth
)

type Pattern Uses

type Pattern struct {
    // contains filtered or unexported fields
}

A Pattern is a compiled search string. It is safe for concurrent use.

func (*Pattern) Index Uses

func (p *Pattern) Index(b []byte, opts ...IndexOption) (start, end int)

Index reports the start and end position of the first occurrence of p in b or -1, -1 if p is not present.

func (*Pattern) IndexString Uses

func (p *Pattern) IndexString(s string, opts ...IndexOption) (start, end int)

IndexString reports the start and end position of the first occurrence of p in s or -1, -1 if p is not present.

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