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Swift readStructured

readStructured will read data from a specified file, like readdata, but using a different file format more closely related to that used by the ext mapper.

Input files should list, one per line, a path into a Swift structure, and the value for that position in the structure:

rows[0].columns[0] = 0
rows[0].columns[1] = 2
rows[0].columns[2] = 4
rows[1].columns[0] = 1
rows[1].columns[1] = 3
rows[1].columns[2] = 5

which can be read into a structure defined like this:

type vector {
int columns[];
type matrix {
vector rows[];
matrix m;
m = readStructured("");

(since Swift 0.7, was readData2(deprecated))


regexp(input,pattern,replacement) will apply regular expression substitution using the Java java.util.regexp API

For example:

string v = regexp("abcdefghi", "c(def)g","monkey");

will assign the value "abmonkeyhi" to the variable v.


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