• COM.GIGAMONKEYS.UTILITIES:SPLIT-SEQUENCE-IF(predicate sequence &key (start 0) (end nil) (from-end nil) (count nil) (remove-empty-subseqs nil) (key #'identity))FUNCTION

    Return a list of subsequences in seq delimited by items satisfying predicate. If :remove-empty-subseqs is NIL, empty subsequences will be included in the result; otherwise they will be discarded. All other keywords work analogously to those for CL:SUBSTITUTE-IF. In particular, the behaviour of :from-end is possibly different from other versions of this function; :from-end values of NIL and T are equivalent unless :count is supplied. :count limits the number of subseqs in the main resulting list. The second return value is an index suitable as an argument to CL:SUBSEQ into the sequence indicating where processing stopped.

  • COM.GIGAMONKEYS.UTILITIES:SPLIT-SEQUENCE-IF(predicate sequence &key (start 0) (end nil) (from-end nil) (count nil) (remove-empty-subseqs nil) (key #'identity))FUNCTION

    Return a list of subsequences in seq delimited by items satisfying predicate. If :remove-empty-subseqs is NIL, empty subsequences will be included in the result; otherwise they will be discarded. All other keywords work analogously to those for CL:SUBSTITUTE-IF. In particular, the behaviour of :from-end is possibly different from other versions of this function; :from-end values of NIL and T are equivalent unless :count is supplied. :count limits the number of subseqs in the main resulting list. The second return value is an index suitable as an argument to CL:SUBSEQ into the sequence indicating where processing stopped.

  • RUTILS.SEQUENCE:SPLIT-SEQUENCE-IF(predicate seq &key (count nil) (remove-empty-subseqs nil) (from-end nil) (start 0) (end nil) (key nil key-supplied))FUNCTION

    Return a list of subsequences in SEQ delimited by items, satisfying PREDICATE.

    If REMOVE-EMPTY-SUBSEQS is NIL, empty subsequences will be included in the result; otherwise they will be discarded. All other keywords work analogously to those for SUBSTITUTE. In particular, the behavior of FROM-END is possibly different from other versions of this function; FROM-END values of NIL and T are equivalent unless COUNT is supplied. The second return value is an index suitable as an argument to SUBSEQ into the sequence indicating where processing stopped.

  • IOLIB/BASE:SPLIT-SEQUENCE-IF(predicate sequence &key (start 0) (end nil) (from-end nil) (count nil) (remove-empty-subseqs nil) (key #'identity))FUNCTION

    Return a list of subsequences in seq delimited by items satisfying predicate. If :remove-empty-subseqs is NIL, empty subsequences will be included in the result; otherwise they will be discarded. All other keywords work analogously to those for CL:SUBSTITUTE-IF. In particular, the behaviour of :from-end is possibly different from other versions of this function; :from-end values of NIL and T are equivalent unless :count is supplied. :count limits the number of subseqs in the main resulting list. The second return value is an index suitable as an argument to CL:SUBSEQ into the sequence indicating where processing stopped.

  • SPLIT-SEQUENCE:SPLIT-SEQUENCE-IF(predicate sequence &key (start 0) (end nil) (from-end nil) (count nil) (remove-empty-subseqs nil) (key #'identity))FUNCTION

    Return a list of subsequences in seq delimited by items satisfying predicate. If :remove-empty-subseqs is NIL, empty subsequences will be included in the result; otherwise they will be discarded. All other keywords work analogously to those for CL:SUBSTITUTE-IF. In particular, the behaviour of :from-end is possibly different from other versions of this function; :from-end values of NIL and T are equivalent unless :count is supplied. :count limits the number of subseqs in the main resulting list. The second return value is an index suitable as an argument to CL:SUBSEQ into the sequence indicating where processing stopped.

  • SERAPEUM:SPLIT-SEQUENCE-IF(predicate sequence &key (start 0) (end nil) (from-end nil) (count nil) (remove-empty-subseqs nil) (key #'identity))FUNCTION

    Return a list of subsequences in seq delimited by items satisfying predicate. If :remove-empty-subseqs is NIL, empty subsequences will be included in the result; otherwise they will be discarded. All other keywords work analogously to those for CL:SUBSTITUTE-IF. In particular, the behaviour of :from-end is possibly different from other versions of this function; :from-end values of NIL and T are equivalent unless :count is supplied. :count limits the number of subseqs in the main resulting list. The second return value is an index suitable as an argument to CL:SUBSEQ into the sequence indicating where processing stopped.

  • COM.GIGAMONKEYS.UTILITIES:SPLIT-SEQUENCE-IF-NOT (predicate sequence &key (start 0) (end nil) (from-end nil) (count nil) (remove-empty-subseqs nil) (key #'identity))FUNCTION

    Return a list of subsequences in seq delimited by items satisfying (CL:COMPLEMENT predicate). If :remove-empty-subseqs is NIL, empty subsequences will be included in the result; otherwise they will be discarded. All other keywords work analogously to those for CL:SUBSTITUTE-IF-NOT. In particular, the behaviour of :from-end is possibly different from other versions of this function; :from-end values of NIL and T are equivalent unless :count is supplied. :count limits the number of subseqs in the main resulting list. The second return value is an index suitable as an argument to CL:SUBSEQ into the sequence indicating where processing stopped.

  • RUTILS.SEQUENCE:SPLIT-SEQUENCE-IF-NOT(predicate seq &key (count nil) (remove-empty-subseqs nil) (from-end nil) (start 0) (end nil) (key nil key-supplied))FUNCTION

    Return a list of subsequences in SEQ delimited by items, satisfying (complement PREDICATE).

    If REMOVE-EMPTY-SUBSEQS is NIL, empty subsequences will be included in the result; otherwise they will be discarded. All other keywords work analogously to those for SUBSTITUTE. In particular, the behavior of FROM-END is possibly different from other versions of this function; FROM-END values of NIL and T are equivalent unless COUNT is supplied. The second return value is an index suitable as an argument to SUBSEQ into the sequence indicating where processing stopped.

  • IOLIB/BASE:SPLIT-SEQUENCE-IF-NOT(predicate sequence &key (start 0) (end nil) (from-end nil) (count nil) (remove-empty-subseqs nil) (key #'identity))FUNCTION

    Return a list of subsequences in seq delimited by items satisfying (CL:COMPLEMENT predicate). If :remove-empty-subseqs is NIL, empty subsequences will be included in the result; otherwise they will be discarded. All other keywords work analogously to those for CL:SUBSTITUTE-IF-NOT. In particular, the behaviour of :from-end is possibly different from other versions of this function; :from-end values of NIL and T are equivalent unless :count is supplied. :count limits the number of subseqs in the main resulting list. The second return value is an index suitable as an argument to CL:SUBSEQ into the sequence indicating where processing stopped.

  • SPLIT-SEQUENCE:SPLIT-SEQUENCE-IF-NOT(predicate sequence &key (start 0) (end nil) (from-end nil) (count nil) (remove-empty-subseqs nil) (key #'identity))FUNCTION

    Return a list of subsequences in seq delimited by items satisfying (CL:COMPLEMENT predicate). If :remove-empty-subseqs is NIL, empty subsequences will be included in the result; otherwise they will be discarded. All other keywords work analogously to those for CL:SUBSTITUTE-IF-NOT. In particular, the behaviour of :from-end is possibly different from other versions of this function; :from-end values of NIL and T are equivalent unless :count is supplied. :count limits the number of subseqs in the main resulting list. The second return value is an index suitable as an argument to CL:SUBSEQ into the sequence indicating where processing stopped.

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