10 examples of 'go strip' in Go

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30func Strip(regex, text string) string {
31 return string(regexp.MustCompile(regex).ReplaceAll([]byte(text), []byte("")))
32}
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161func (*TData) Strip(s, prefix string) string {
162 if strings.HasPrefix(s, prefix) {
163 return s[len(prefix):]
164 }
165 return s
166}
401func strLStrip(s *scope, args []pyObject) pyObject {
402 self := args[0].(pyString)
403 cutset := args[1].(pyString)
404 return pyString(strings.TrimLeft(string(self), string(cutset)))
405}
139func StripSpecial(r rune) rune {
140 if r == '[' || r == ']' || r == '(' || r == ')' {
141 return -1
142 }
143 return r
144}
89func (w *watch) strip(base string, set uint32) uint32 {
90 return set
91 const (
92 write = FSEventsModified | FSEventsInodeMetaMod
93 both = FSEventsCreated | FSEventsRemoved
94 )
95 switch w.prev[base] {
96 case FSEventsCreated:
97 set &^= FSEventsCreated
98 if set&FSEventsRemoved != 0 {
99 w.prev[base] = FSEventsRemoved
100 set &^= write
101 }
102 case FSEventsRemoved:
103 set &^= FSEventsRemoved
104 if set&FSEventsCreated != 0 {
105 w.prev[base] = FSEventsCreated
106 }
107 default:
108 switch set & both {
109 case FSEventsCreated:
110 w.prev[base] = FSEventsCreated
111 case FSEventsRemoved:
112 w.prev[base] = FSEventsRemoved
113 set &^= write
114 }
115 }
116 dbg.Printf("strip()=%v\n", Event(set))
117 return set
118}
12func CleanUp(str string) string {
13 // validID := regexp.MustCompile(`\s{2,}`)
14 // func TrimSpace(s string) string
15 // slicing off all "leading" and
16 // "trailing" white space, as defined by Unicode.
17 str = strings.TrimSpace(str)
18
19 // func Fields(s string) []string
20 // Fields splits the slice s around each instance
21 // of "one or more consecutive white space"
22 slice := strings.Fields(str)
23
24 // now join them with a single white space character
25 return strings.Join(slice, " ")
26}
46func cleanup(raw string) string {
47 re := regexp.MustCompile(`\r?\n|\t`)
48 return re.ReplaceAllString(raw, " ")
49}
327func clean(s string) string {
328 if i := strings.IndexByte(s, '#'); i >= 0 {
329 s = s[:i]
330 }
331 return strings.TrimSpace(s)
332}
201func (c templateContext) funcStripHTML(s string) string {
202 var buf bytes.Buffer
203 var inTag, inQuotes bool
204 var tagStart int
205 for i, ch := range s {
206 if inTag {
207 if ch == '>' && !inQuotes {
208 inTag = false
209 } else if ch == '<' && !inQuotes {
210 // false start
211 buf.WriteString(s[tagStart:i])
212 tagStart = i
213 } else if ch == '"' {
214 inQuotes = !inQuotes
215 }
216 continue
217 }
218 if ch == '<' {
219 inTag = true
220 tagStart = i
221 continue
222 }
223 buf.WriteRune(ch)
224 }
225 if inTag {
226 // false start
227 buf.WriteString(s[tagStart:])
228 }
229 return buf.String()
230}
420func cleanWithoutTrim(s string) string {
421 var b []byte
422 var p byte
423 for i := 0; i < len(s); i++ {
424 q := s[i]
425 if q == '\n' || q == '\r' || q == '\t' {
426 q = ' '
427 }
428 if q != ' ' || p != ' ' {
429 b = append(b, q)
430 p = q
431 }
432 }
433 return string(b)
434}

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