10 examples of 'golang backtick string' in Go

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103func addBackticks(arg string) string {
104 reg := regexp.MustCompile(`^\w+$`)
105 if reg.MatchString(arg) {
106 return fmt.Sprintf("`%s`", arg)
107 }
108 return arg
109}
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46func formatFloatTick(v float64, prec int) string {
47 return strconv.FormatFloat(scalar.Round(v, prec), 'g', displayPrecision, 64)
48}
556func naivelyquote(s string) string {
557 return fmt.Sprintf("'%s'", strings.Replace(s, "'", "''", -1))
558}
220func (f *StringFuncs) Quote(in interface{}) string {
221 return fmt.Sprintf("%q", conv.ToString(in))
222}
29func plan9quote(s string) string {
30 if s == "" {
31 return "''"
32 }
33 for _, c := range s {
34 if c <= ' ' || c == '\'' {
35 return "'" + strings.Replace(s, "'", "''", -1) + "'"
36 }
37 }
38 return s
39}
120func wrapWithDoubleQuotes(val string) string {
121 return fmt.Sprintf(`"%s"`, val)
122}
139func htmlGoQuoteString(s string) string {
140
141 var buf bytes.Buffer
142
143 for _, c := range fmt.Sprintf("%q", s) {
144 switch c {
145 case '<', '>', '&':
146 var qc string
147 qc = fmt.Sprintf("\\x%X", uint8(c))
148 buf.WriteString(qc)
149 default:
150 buf.WriteRune(c)
151 }
152
153 }
154
155 return buf.String()
156}
63func standaloneDollarString(varNameTokenStatus varNameTokenStatus, state state) string {
64 switch {
65 case state == readingVarName:
66 return "$"
67 case varNameTokenStatus == incomplete:
68 return "${"
69 }
70
71 return "${}"
72}
75func quoteTo(buf *bytes.Buffer, s string) {
76 buf.Grow(2 + len(s))
77 buf.WriteByte('"')
78 for i, c := range s {
79 switch {
80 case unicode.IsControl(c):
81 if s, ok := ctrlMap[c]; ok {
82 buf.WriteString(s)
83 } else {
84 fmt.Fprintf(buf, "\\u%04x", c)
85 }
86 case c == '"', c == '\\', c == '\'':
87 buf.WriteByte('\\')
88 buf.WriteRune(c)
89 case c <= unicode.MaxASCII:
90 buf.WriteRune(c)
91 case c == unicode.ReplacementChar:
92 // In correctly-encoded UTF-8, we should never see a replacement
93 // char. Some text in the wild has valid Unicode characters that
94 // aren't UTF-8, and this case lets us be more forgiving of those.
95 fmt.Fprintf(buf, "\\u%04x", s[i])
96 case c <= 0xffff:
97 fmt.Fprintf(buf, "\\u%04x", c)
98 default:
99 fmt.Fprintf(buf, "\\U%08x", c)
100 }
101 }
102 buf.WriteByte('"')
103}
123func unescapeCommandProperty(arg string) string {
124 escapeMap := map[string]string{
125 "%25": "%",
126 "%0D": "\r",
127 "%0A": "\n",
128 "%3A": ":",
129 "%2C": ",",
130 }
131 for k, v := range escapeMap {
132 arg = strings.ReplaceAll(arg, k, v)
133 }
134 return arg
135}

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