GNU Octave  4.4.1
A high-level interpreted language, primarily intended for numerical computations, mostly compatible with Matlab File Reference
#include <algorithm>
#include <deque>
#include <limits>
#include <string>
#include "oct-locbuf.h"
#include "Cell.h"
#include "builtin-defun-decls.h"
#include "defun.h"
#include "errwarn.h"
#include "ov.h"
#include "unwind-prot.h"
#include "utils.h"
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#define ORD(ch)   static_cast<unsigned char>(ch)
#define TABSIZE   (std::numeric_limits<unsigned char>::max () + 1)


OCTAVE_EXPORT octave_value_list Fstrfind (const octave_value_list &args, int) or if ar
is longer than or if then or only for unique occurrences of the complete pattern (false). The default is true. If a cell array of strings ar
static void qs_preprocess (const Array< char > &needle, octave_idx_type *table)
static Array< octave_idx_typeqs_search (const Array< char > &needle, const Array< char > &haystack, const octave_idx_type *table, bool overlaps=true)


is longer than ar {str}
is specified then as specified above Examples

Macro Definition Documentation


#define ORD (   ch)    static_cast<unsigned char>(ch)

Definition at line 45 of file

Referenced by qs_preprocess(), and qs_search().


#define TABSIZE   (std::numeric_limits<unsigned char>::max () + 1)

Definition at line 46 of file

Referenced by pattern(), and qs_preprocess().

Function Documentation

◆ Fstrfind()

OCTAVE_EXPORT octave_value_list Fstrfind ( const octave_value_list args,

Definition at line 190 of file

Referenced by pattern().

◆ pattern()

◆ qs_preprocess()

static void qs_preprocess ( const Array< char > &  needle,
octave_idx_type table 

Definition at line 51 of file

References Array< T >::data(), i, Array< T >::numel(), ORD, TABSIZE, and x.

Referenced by pattern().

◆ qs_search()

static Array<octave_idx_type> qs_search ( const Array< char > &  needle,
const Array< char > &  haystack,
const octave_idx_type table,
bool  overlaps = true 

Definition at line 64 of file

References Array< T >::data(), i, k, min(), Array< T >::numel(), ORD, result, x, and y.

Referenced by pattern().

Variable Documentation

◆ ar

is specified then ar {str}

Definition at line 190 of file

◆ Examples

is specified then as specified above Examples

Definition at line 190 of file