Shared contains useful utilities.

On this Wiki, Shared is used in:

Usage

Module

local p = {}
local shared = require('Module:Shared')

local function func(input)
    -- ...
    for i, v in shared.skpairs(table) do
        -- ...
    end
    -- ...
end

Documentation

Package items

shared.getArgs(frame, options) (function)
For getting frame or parent arguments
Parameters:
  • frame The input arguments (table)
  • options Options for getting the args (table)
Returns: The arguments (table)
shared.skpairs(t, revert) (function)
Iterator sorted by keys.
For example, if you had a table that looked something like
data = {["Cat"] = 5, ["Bat"] = 4, ["Hat"] = 7 }
You could do
for k, v in skpairs(data) do
And your loop would start with k="Bat", v=4 then go to k="Cat", v=5, and finally to k="Hat", v=7
Originally snagged this from Module:VoidByReward written by User:NoBrainz
Parameters:
  • t (table)
  • revert Sort descending order instead (boolean)
Returns: Sorted iterators (function)

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Code


--- '''Shared''' contains useful utilities.
--	<br /><br />
--  On this Wiki, Shared is used in:
--  * [[Module:Acquisition]]
--  * [[Module:Ability]]
--  * [[Module:Arcane]]
--  * [[Module:Avionics]]
--  * [[Module:Cost]]
--  * [[Module:DamageTypes]]
--  * [[Module:Decorations]]
--  * [[Module:DropTables]]
--  * [[Module:Focus]]
--  * [[Module:Lua]]
--  * [[Module:Maximization]]
--  * [[Module:Missions]]
--  * [[Module:Mods]]
--  * [[Module:Stances]]
--  * [[Module:Tables]]
--  * [[Module:Version]]
--  * [[Module:Void]]
--  * [[Module:VoidByReward]]
--  * [[Module:Warframes]]
--  * [[Module:Weapons]]
--  
--  @module		shared
--  @alias		p
--  @author		[[User:Falterfire|Falterfire]]
--  @attribution	[[User:Cephalon Scientia|Cephalon Scientia]]
--  @attribution	[[User:FINNER|FINNER]]
--  @attribution	[[User:Gigamicro|Gigamicro]]
--  @attribution	[[User:NoBrainz|NoBrainz]]
--  @image		Panel.png
--  @require	[[Module:Math]]
--  @require	[[w:c:dev:Module:Arguments|Module:Arguments]]
--  @release	stable
--  <nowiki>
local p = {}

--  Module Dependencies  -------------------------------------------------------
local math = require('Module:Math');
local Args = require('Dev:Arguments');

--- For getting frame or parent arguments
--  @function		p.getArgs
--  @param			{table} frame The input arguments
--  @param			{table} options Options for getting the args
--  @return			{table} The arguments
function p.getArgs(frame, options)
	if type(frame[1]) == 'table' and table.getn(frame) < 2 then frame = frame[1]; end
	if type(options) ~= 'table' then options = {options}; end
	
	local args = Args.getArgs(frame, options);
	local tempArgs = {};
	local str;
	if options.replace then
		for i, v in pairs(args) do
			if type(i) ~= 'number' or type(v) ~= 'string' then tempArgs[i] = v;
			else
				str = '('..math.replace(v)..')';
				if options.eval then tempArgs[i] = tonumber(math.eval(str));
				else tempArgs[i] = str; end
			end
		end
		args = tempArgs;
	end
	
	local j = 1;
	tempArgs = {};
	if options.noNil then
		for i, v in pairs(args) do
			if type(i) ~= 'number' then tempArgs[i] = v;
			elseif v then tempArgs[j] = v; j = j + 1; end
		end
		args = tempArgs;
	end
	
	return args;
end

--- Iterator sorted by keys.<br />
--	For example, if you had a table that looked something like<br />
--	`data = {["Cat"] = 5, ["Bat"] = 4, ["Hat"] = 7 }`<br />
--	You could do<br />
--	`for k, v in skpairs(data) do`<br />
--	And your loop would start with k="Bat", v=4 then go to k="Cat", v=5, 
--	and finally to k="Hat", v=7<br />
--	Originally snagged this from [[Module:VoidByReward]] written by [[User:NoBrainz]]
--  @function		p.skpairs
--  @param			{table} t
--  @param			{boolean} revert Sort descending order instead
--  @return			{function} Sorted iterators
function p.skpairs(t, revert)
    local keys = {}
    for k in pairs(t) do keys[#keys + 1] = k end
    if revert ~= nil then
        table.sort(keys, function(a, b) return a > b end)
    else
        table.sort(keys)
    end

    local i = 0
    local iterator = function()
        i = i + 1
        local key = keys[i]
        if key then
            return key, t[key]
        else
            return nil
        end
    end
    return iterator
end

--Loops through all the Relic types
--Comes up a surprising amount
--rework 11/9/2020 by u:gigamicro
function p.relicLoop()
	return function(_, lastTier)
		return ({ ['']='Lith', ['Lith']='Meso', ['Meso']='Neo', ['Neo']='Axi' })[lastTier]
	end, _, ''
end

function p.consoleLoop()
	return function(_, lastTier)
		return ({['']='PC', ['PC']='PS4', ['PS4']='XB1', ['XB1']='NSW'})[lastTier]
	end, _, ''
end
 
-- conveniently shifts BLAH to Blah
-- Handy when formatting data in ALL CAPS or all lower case
--Originally snagged this from Module:VoidByReward written by User:NoBrainz
--rework 11/9/2020 by u:gigamicro
function p.titleCase(s)
	assert(type(s)=='string', 'Shared.titleCase: expected string, got '..type(s))
	return ({  s:gsub("(%a)([%w_']*)", function(h,t) return h:upper()..t:lower() end )  })[1]--gsub also returns #matches; pruned
end

-- Returns the number of rows in a table
-- Originally snagged this from Module:VoidByReward written by User:NoBrainz
-- Note from User:Cephalon Scientia:
--      Length operator (#) doesn't work as expected for tables that have been
--      loaded into a module by mw.loadData().
--      Use this function to get all the rows in a table regardless of them
--      being keys, values, or tables
-- pre : table is a table with no explicit nil values
-- post: returns the size of table, ignoring keys with nil values and 
--       nil values themselves
--       if table is not of type 'table' then return nil
function p.tableCount(table)
    if (type(table) == 'table') then
        local count = 0
        for _ in pairs(table) do count = count + 1 end
        return count
    else
        return nil
    end
end

-- Returns the number of indexed elements in a table
-- pre : table is a table with no explicit nil values
-- post: returns the number of indexed elements in a table
--       if table is not of type 'table' then return nil
function p.indexCount(table)
    if (type(table) == 'table') then
        local count = 0
        for _ in ipairs(table) do count = count + 1 end
        return count
    else
        return nil
    end
end

--Sorts theTable based on the listed column
function p.tableSort(theTable, sortCol, ascend)
    local function sorter(r1, r2)
        if(ascend) then
            return r1[sortCol] < r2[sortCol]
        else
            return r1[sortCol] > r2[sortCol]
        end
    end
    table.sort(theTable, sorter)
end

--Splits a string based on a sent in separating character
--For example calling splitString ("Lith V1 Relic", " ") would return {"Lith", "V1", "Relic"}
function p.splitString(inputstr, sep)
        if sep == nil then
                sep = "%s"
        end
        local t={}
        for str in string.gmatch(inputstr, "([^"..sep.."]+)") do
                table.insert(t, str)
        end
        return t
end

--Returns 'true' if a string starts with something
--For example calling startsWith ("Lith V1 Relic", "Lith") would return true
function p.startsWith(string1, start)
    return string.sub(string1, 1, string.len(start)) == start
end

--Stolen from Stack Overflow
--Adds commas
function p.formatnum(number)
  local i, j, minus, int, fraction = tostring(number):find('([-]?)(%d+)([.]?%d*)')

  -- reverse the int-string and append a comma to all blocks of 3 digits
  int = int:reverse():gsub("(%d%d%d)", "%1,")

  -- reverse the int-string back remove an optional comma and put the 
  -- optional minus and fractional part back
  return minus .. int:reverse():gsub("^,", "") .. fraction
end

function p.round(val, maxDigits, minDigits)
    if(val == nil) then
        return nil
    else
        if(type(maxDigits) == "table") then
            minDigits = maxDigits[2]
            maxDigits = maxDigits[1]
        end
        
        local result = val..""
        local decimals = string.find(result, "%.")
        if(decimals ~= nil ) then decimals = string.len(result) - decimals else decimals = 0 end

        if(maxDigits ~= nil and decimals > maxDigits) then
            result = tonumber(string.format("%."..maxDigits.."f", result))
        elseif(minDigits ~= nil and decimals < minDigits) then
            result = string.format("%."..minDigits.."f", result)
        end
        
        return result
    end
end

--From http://lua-users.org/wiki/SimpleRound
function p.round2(num, numDecimalPlaces)
    local mult = 10^(numDecimalPlaces or 0)
    return math.floor(num * mult + 0.5) / mult
end

-- pre : List is a table or a string
--       Item is the element that is being searched
--       IgnoreCase is a boolean; if false, search is case-sensitive
-- post: returns a boolean; true if element exists in List, false otherwise
function p.contains(List, Item, IgnoreCase)
    if (List == nil or Item == nil) then 
        return false 
    end
    if(IgnoreCase == nil) then 
        IgnoreCase = false 
    end
    
    if(type(List) == "table") then
        for key, value in pairs(List) do
            if (value == Item) then
                return true
            elseif (IgnoreCase and string.upper(value) == string.upper(Item)) then
                return true
            end
        end
    else
        local start = string.find(List, Item)
        return start ~= nil
    end
    return false
end

--Stolen from http://lua-users.org/wiki/StringTrim
--Trims whitespace. Not quite sure how it works.
--I know how it works
--replaces "^%s*(.-)%s*$" with "%1" in str
--^%s*(.-)%s*$ matches:
--^:beginning of string
--%s*:any number of spaces
--(.-):any number of any character, minimum possible, saved to %1
--%s* again
--$: end of string
--%1 inserts the content of the parentheses
--pretty simple if you know the meanings
--User:gigamicro
function p.trim(str)
  return (str:gsub("^%s*(.-)%s*$", "%1"))
end

-- generic function that checks to see if a key exists in a given nested table
-- added by User:Cephalon Scientia
-- pre : table is a nested table
--       key is a string that represents a key name
--       length is a integer that represents the size of outer table; 
--       if omitted, length is set to size of outer table
-- post: returns a boolean; true if key exists in table, false otherwise or
--       if key contains a nil value
function p.hasKey(table, key, length)
    if (length == nil) then
        length = p.tableCount(table)
    end
    
    -- iterating through outer table
    for i = 1, length, 1 do
        local elem = table[i]   -- storing one of inner tables into a variable
        if (elem[key] ~= nil) then
            return true
        end
    end
    return false
end

-- copies the contents of a variable; for copying tables recursively
-- source: http://lua-users.org/wiki/CopyTable
-- pre : orig is the original value
-- post: returns a copy of the original table if orig is of type
--       table, including all children tables but not metatables; 
--       otherwise returns whatever is contained in orig
function p.deepCopy(orig)
    local orig_type = type(orig)
    local copy
    if orig_type == 'table' then
        copy = {}
        for orig_key, orig_value in next, orig, nil do
            copy[p.deepCopy(orig_key)] = p.deepCopy(orig_value)
        end
        -- cannot copy metatables of tables loaded in by mw.loadData();
        -- stack overflow error if you uncomment the statement below
        -- setmetatable(copy, p.deepCopy(getmetatable(orig)))
    else -- number, string, boolean, etc
        copy = orig
    end
    return copy
end

-- converts a float value into a percentage
function p.asPercent(val, digits)
    return string.format("%."..(digits or 2).."f", (val or 0) * 100)..'%'
end

do--upk by [[User:gigamicro]], sanitizes any object to a string
local conversion = {
    string=function(v) 
    	v = v:gsub('\n','\\n'):gsub('%c',function(s) return '\\'..s:byte() end)
        if not v:match"'" then 
            return "'"..v.."'" 
        elseif not v:match '"' then 
            return '"'..v..'"' 
        else 
            local n=0; while v:match(']'..(('='):rep(n))..']') do n=n+1 end; local s = (('='):rep(n)); return table.concat{'[',s,'[',v,']',s,']'}
        end
        end,
    boolean=function(v) return v and 'true' or 'false' end,
    number=function(v) return tostring(v) end,
    table=function(v, linedepth)
        local str = {'{'}
        local index = 1
        if linedepth and linedepth > 0 then table.insert(str, '\n') end
        for k,val in pairs(v) do 
            --print (k, '(', type(val), ')')
            if k==index then index=index+1 else table.insert(str, '['..p.upk(k)..'] = ') end
            if v ~= val and k~='_G' and k~='loaded' then
                table.insert(str, p.upk(val, linedepth and linedepth>0 and linedepth-1))
            else
                table.insert(str, '<repeat>')
            end --print (k,'=',str[#str])
            table.insert(str, ', ')
            if linedepth and linedepth>0 then table.insert(str, '\n') end
        end
        table.insert(str,'}')
        --if print then print (table.concat(str)) end
        return table.concat(str)
        end,
    ['function'] = function() return '<function>' end,--function()end' end,
    ['nil']      = function() return 'nil' end,
    userdata     = function() return '<userdata>' end,
    thread       = function() return '<thread>' end,
}
function p.upk(v, linedepth) return conversion[type(v)](v,linedepth) end--(conversion[type(v)..'e'] or function(v,ld) error(type(v)..' is not a recognized type') end)(v, linedepth or 0) end
end--upk

function p.Cache(frame)return p.upk(require(frame.args[1])[frame.args[2]][frame.args[3]])end

function p.unEscape(s)return(s:gsub('&#([%d]+);',function(n)return string.char(n+0) end))end

return p
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