[NTG-context] checking the first word in a command

Hans Hagen pragma at wxs.nl
Mon Jan 26 22:26:01 CET 2015


On 1/26/2015 10:04 PM, Pablo Rodriguez wrote:
> On 01/26/2015 09:24 PM, Otared Kavian wrote:
>> Hi Hans,
>>
>> Nice code Hans!… But somehow your replacer code gives always « el » even in front of « señora »…
>> It seems that your lua code for replacer sees « señor » and does not check whether it is « señora » or not.
>> If one modifies a little bit the code into the following, the issue is solved: (changing « señora » into « senora »)
>> %%%%%%%%%%%
>> \startluacode
>>
>> local replacer = lpeg.replacer {
>> 	["senora"] = "la señora",
>> 	["señor"]  = "el señor",
>> }
>
> Many thanks for your replies, Hans and Otared.
>
> Adding a blank space after “señor” and “señora” is also a workaround for
> this particular issue:
>
>      local replacer = lpeg.replacer {
>   	["señora "] = "la señora ",
>   	["señor "]  = "el señor ",
>      }
>
> How can I specify that the replacer takes not only strings but complete
> words?

     local replacer = lpeg.replacer {
  	{ "señora", "la señora" },
  	{ "señor", "el señor" },
     }




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