NAME

Regexp::CharClasses::Helper - User defined character class strings by unicode name or literals

SYNOPSIS

    use Regexp::CharClasses::Helper;

    sub IsAorPlus {
        return Regexp::CharClasses::Helper::fmt(
            'A',
            'LATIN SMALL LETTER A'
            '+',
        );
    }
    say 'matches' if 'A+' =~ /^\p{IsAorPlus}+$/;

    sub InCapitalsButNot42 {
        return Regexp::CharClasses::Helper::fmt(
            "+A\tZ", # from A till Z
            "-\x42"  # except \x42
        );
    }
    say "doesn't" if 'ABC' =~ /\p{InCapitalsButNot42}+/;
        

METHODS AND ARGUMENTS

fmt()

Takes in a list and turns it into the format specified by User-Defined Character Properties

GIT REPOSITORY

http://github.com/athreef/Regexp-CharClasses-Helper

SEE ALSO

Regexp::CharClasses for a collection of user supplied character classes. Sub::CharacterProperties generates the subs themselves, but isn't usable at compile time.

User-Defined Character Properties perldoc.

AUTHOR

Ahmad Fatoum <athreef@cpan.org>, http://a3f.at

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

Copyright (C) 2016 Ahmad Fatoum

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.