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Mon, 28 Jan 2013
[ 14:39 skreuzer ] Original commit   Revision:311121
311121 devel/R-cran-gsubfn/Makefile
311121 devel/R-cran-gsubfn/distinfo
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Wed, 22 Aug 2012
[ 18:05 skreuzer ] Original commit 
302952 devel/Makefile
302952 devel/R-cran-gsubfn
302952 devel/R-cran-gsubfn/Makefile
302952 devel/R-cran-gsubfn/distinfo
302952 devel/R-cran-gsubfn/pkg-descr
gsubfn is an R package used for string matching, substitution and parsing. A
seemingly small generalization of gsub, namely allow the replacement string to
be a replacement function, list, formula or proto object, can result in
increased power and applicability. The resulting function, gsubfn is the
namesake of this package.

WWW:	https://code.google.com/p/gsubfn/

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