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paraphrase v1.7.3

🧩 Create flavoured string template interpolation


🧩 Create flavoured string template interpolation

npm i paraphrase

Creates new paraphrase method instance

const paraphrase = require('paraphrase');
const phrase = paraphrase(/\${([^{}]*)}/gm); // Create a new phrase function using a RegExp match

phrase('Hello, ${name}', {name: 'Martin'}); // Hello, Martin

Acceptable replacements (values) are strings and numbers

Arguments and Options

One or more RegExp replacers, an optional options object at the end

resolveShould resolve dot notations within the templateBooleantrue
cleanShould remove unmatched template instancesBooleanfalse
Multiple replacers
const phrase = paraphrase(/\${([^{}]*)}/gm, /\{{([^{}]*)}}/gm);

phrase('Hello, ${firstname} {{lastname}}', {firstname: 'Martin', 'lastname': 'Prince'}); // Hello, Martin Prince
Dot notation resolve

Treat dots as part of the key instead of notation marks

const phrase = paraphrase(/\${([^{}]*)}/gm, {resolve: false});

phrase('Hello, ${name} ${}', {name: 'Martin', '': 'Prince'}); // Hello, Martin Prince
Unmatched cleanup

Remove unmatched template instances from the result string

const phrase = paraphrase(/\${([^{}]*)}/gm, {clean: true});

phrase('Hello, ${firstname} ${lastname}', {firstname: 'Martin'}); // Hello, Martin



phrase('Hello, ${name}', {name: 'Martin'}); // Hello, Martin

Objects with dot notation

const user = {
    name: {first: 'Martin', last: 'Prince'}
phrase('Hello, ${name.first} ${name.last}', user); // Hello, Martin Prince


phrase('Hello, ${0} ${1}', ['Martin', 'Prince']); // Hello, Martin Prince

Spread arguments

phrase('Hello, ${0} ${1}', 'Martin', 'Prince'); // Hello, Martin Prince


dollar ${...}

const phrase = require('paraphrase/dollar');

phrase('Hello, ${name}', {name: 'Martin'}); // Hello, Martin

double {{...}}

const phrase = require('paraphrase/double');

phrase('Hello, {{name}}', {name: 'Martin'}); // Hello, Martin

single {...}

const phrase = require('paraphrase/single');

phrase('Hello, {name}', {name: 'Martin'}); // Hello, Martin

percent %{...} (i18n style)

const phrase = require('paraphrase/percent');

phrase('Hello, %{name}', {name: 'Martin'}); // Hello, Martin

hash #{...} (ruby style)

const phrase = require('paraphrase/hash');

phrase('Hello, #{name}', {name: 'Martin'}); // Hello, Martin


A paraphrase instance exposes access to it's patterns array

const phrase = require('paraphrase/hash');

phrase.patterns // [ /#{([^{}]*)}/gm ]
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