stri_join_list: Concatenate Strings in a List

Description

These functions concatenate all the strings in each character vector in a given list. stri_c_list and stri_paste_list are aliases for stri_join_list.

Usage

stri_join_list(x, sep = "", collapse = NULL)

stri_c_list(x, sep = "", collapse = NULL)

stri_paste_list(x, sep = "", collapse = NULL)

Arguments

x

a list consisting of character vectors

sep

a single string; separates strings in each of the character vectors in x

collapse

a single string or NULL; an optional results separator

Details

Unless collapse is NULL, the result will be a single string. Otherwise, you get a character vector of length equal to the length of x.

Vectors in x of length 0 are silently ignored.

If collapse or sep has length greater than 1, then only the first string will be used.

Value

Returns a character vector.

See Also

Other join: %s+%(), stri_dup(), stri_flatten(), stri_join()

Examples

stri_join_list(
   stri_extract_all_words(c('Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet.',
   'Spam spam bacon sausage and spam.')),
sep=', ')

stri_join_list(
   stri_extract_all_words(c('Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet.',
   'Spam spam bacon sausage and spam.')),
sep=', ', collapse='. ')

stri_join_list(
   stri_extract_all_regex(
      c('spam spam bacon', '123 456', 'spam 789 sausage'), '\\p{L}+'
   ),
sep=',')

stri_join_list(
   stri_extract_all_regex(
      c('spam spam bacon', '123 456', 'spam 789 sausage'), '\\p{L}+',
      omit_no_match=TRUE
   ),
sep=',', collapse='; ')