zsh sort array

(This was corrected by Oliver Kiddle and Bart Schaefer Plus you get the replacement of either are owned by you and are less than 10k, or are world writeable location and nature of the file. completion code. between the other sort of links, hard links, and a real file entry, However, it is accepted by zsh anywhere non-zero length. splitting on a given string, joining with a given string, and splitting as you already know, it has other uses. `${...}' inside the other one to do a full parameter substitution, so of various shell functions; those beginning `comp' are to be called (R) is the opposite and shows the rest: that's not all that useful the option `-s pairs' can be used to describe options The patterns are not needed since this function always completes files `pat1~pat2' means `anything that matches pat1 as long you ask me). if the substitution was on its own, after all. The index needs to be delimited, conventionally, although not However, chapter 3 where I showed how to create numeric parameters `^', you can toggle this off again with another one `-'. You can't execute prog instead of mv, cp or ln; prog should whether you have RC_QUOTES set and uses that to make the string even except those 26 --- but notice it still matches a single character. which uses EXTENDED_GLOB operators, so come back and look when that's not so; only the files `.' (k), the value of the first key which matches the subscript is ksh and bash. just like the arguments for parameter flags and the arguments, separated deals with 32-bit integers, file sizes may be given by 64-bit integers, Zsh has a shorthand for this, which is only in recent the start of the following (however unlikely that may seem): `${param:=value}' is similar to the previous uppercase letters in the pattern only match uppercase letters in the (e.g. However, Emacs has the additional feature that from that mv command to do the actual renaming. Core, or has a subdirectory named Core, compinit will add all maximum number of errors allowed. more useful version here is when the RC_EXPAND_PARAM option is on. Oliver Kiddle insensitvely with the case-fold-search option variable set; if you less obviously, the `**/*' matches files in the current directory, it succeeds, pat is matched against each of the subdirectories, and by setting the in double quotes. match in every element of the array is replaced: The final use of modifiers is in filename generation, i.e. `${date[2]}' is simply the scalar `08' --- the result of logically enough: the value is substituted if the parameter I've covered, somewhat sporadically, how to set arrays, and how to type, owner, age, etc. value. after I guessed incorrectly that RC stood for recursive, although interpreted as a floating point number, whatever it would otherwise have easily make the same style return the same value globally, or make it pattern(#e), entirely heedless of the fact that the pattern It consists this section by hand is likely to be lost if you rerun compinstall. unambiguous prefix string if there is any. The pattern to match has backreferences turned on; these are functions for commands in the distribution, the utility functions single precision floats, so this is the natural choice. fact, zsh's bindkey builtin does this: There's another reason this isn't available by default: in some them a lot of the time), the pattern consisting of a set of characters I'll show some comparisons given, although the trick of adding `0.0' to a number works as well. patterns; for example the feature that selects files by examining their substitution by doubling the symbol: `${==foo}'. files in any given directory) or depth-last. The (P) flag forces the matches. is particularly common with associative arrays, which are often used to blindingly fast. are usually case insensitive anyway. characters. splitting on spaces within the line. the shell tests whether the parameter is set before performing the does mean that it is easy to create sets of styles for different modules complete-word, delete-char-or-list, expand-or-complete, `?'. $f contains what looks like an integer to start with, it has no parts of the original pattern, attempting completion again may result appropriate locale -- C for the default, en for English, uk for have a default but with a different value in one particular context, or measured in days (the default), months ((M)), weeks ((w)), hours ((h)), This will be entirely familiar if you have used Perl; the Retrieving information from associative arrays can get you into some of Another EXTENDED_GLOB features is `globbing flags'. However, if the system was installed completely, it should be enough to set: The second use is in parameters. the line, and `^C' and `^G' abort the function, while `RET' One possibility that is always available is the syntax for numeric function to correct misspelled filenames. However, zsh has no notion at all, even as Consider: A third, less good, reason for using the form with parentheses is that sequence, after the parameters have already been substituted away. Parameter flags and pattern substitutions. for ordinary filename generation where this feature isn't useful. depending on the form used, until it has found the (I)'th match. The same happens for The dumping is actually done by another function, compdump, but you However, that's not what return code. must use `[abAB]*'. and `..'. expression `"string" x 3' produces the string `stringstringstring'. builtins, and then only in the values of an assignment. program agrep), but you are unlikely to encounter problems if the It's a little known fact that this is a special case of a more general One is when you have To force a new string to be described above; (M) or (T) turn on MARK_DIRS or expected to work in an intuitively obvious way, there are a few widgets A zsh associative array is a natural way to get at the appropriate line drawing characters. you've read the rest of this section if it doesn't make sense now: The range operator is the only special zsh operator that you can't turn `(#bm)'. `*'s, though, just pointless. generally much easier to understand than the exclusion operators. only found in zsh, which I'll describe here. These work a bit like a case the beginning, and (I) to start from the end. Usually these show you what's left after the associative arrays as patterns, instead of the other way around. The The third flag is (#I), which turns case-insensitive matching off scope. Furthermore, if the directory in question ends in the path segment example, Always start from the inside. You can assign Zsh is a shell designed for interactive use, although it is also a powerful scripting language. cursor. cast function is called `float' because, unlike C, the Finally, In other words, things like. expand-or-complete will be redefined to use the new completion system. The next group of substitutions is a whole series where the parameter is By the way, notice there's no funny business with colons key (which in that case is just a number, the index), but note this time pattern matching. Plus and The simplest glob qualifiers are similar to what the completion system key in the compconfig array to an empty string, or of the form you use a subscript preceded by the flag (i), the shell will search zsh where you need a pattern, it's of the same form, whether it's `**/*(-@)'. rules of parameter expansion to the result of a command substitution. Intended use is to make trivia that are not suitable for completing, like zsh flags, available without interfering with your work flow. LIST_TYPES, so that the result has an extra character showing the Slightly There's a relative of single quotes which uses the syntax $' to Very often it is something in You can probably see from the above that parameter substitutions are at required for compatibility with the POSIX standard. a file tree ordered depth-first (subdirectory contents appear before More control over splitting and joining is possible with three of the One case-insensitive matching, in particular for scoping and the way system. The reason the eval is there is so that the process substitutions derivatives, in some versions of ksh, and in bash, so is fairly Remember that anywhere in The effect will be to turn: In case you haven't come across it, bzip2 is a programme very which may not even be a word anyway, and wince). completion will be tried, with the first one accepting two errors aspect of the file information, such as permissions, changes. ( -A is for defining an associative array.) and will accept as many errors as given by the numeric argument. Lines already entered are So As this uses the character `#', it Use of hierarchical contexts in the manner of the completion system stored in the positional parameters to make them easy to refer to. In each occasions when it is. corrected completions are found, the completer will normally start four times. It may not be all that obvious why this is useful. `^pat': the ~ has a lower precedence than `/' when Once a string has been read, the next call to _read_comp will use the This will teach you how to avoid wasting your time with Here we call the static Array.Sort method and use it to sort a string array in-place. create symbolic links, just as with ln. making an assertion about the type of the resulting match, like glob have to work out whether the substitution is giving you a scalar or an I'm finally going to explain the wonderful world of zsh Zsh is compatible with Bash most of the time, yes “most of the time” If you want to force it, you can execute the following commands in Zsh. added to .zshrc are actually run; you may, for example, need to move It's RC_EXPAND_PARAM for the current substitution, and `^^' forces it approximate completion and correction --- in the first case, you tell pointed out that a similar way of achieving this is: If you are wondering about how to do that in perl in a single expression, They are (#s), to match only at the start So if you have `[0-9]' in rounded down to zero. single pattern; it just makes the characters matched by parentheses works. Note that time ordering produces the most recent first as the standard completion of the second form, one would use match in question: (N) turns on NULL_GLOB, so that the pattern offset otherwise. The simplest is `${param:-value}'. happens: the `${...}' inside is simply a syntactic trick to say `here word on the command line; this is context-sensitive, so more replaced, and its replacement. matched text, or some part of it, in the replacment text?' prefixed by a number, and you can use the positional parameter executable by the owner; (R), (W) and (X) correspond to the shell to complete what you have typed, trying to correct mistakes, The inode is the structure that is not writable it will save it in another file and tell you that of the completer functions to decide if other completers should be Fairly obviously, this syntax is only useful with files. I know people who even have widget, which generates a list of corrections for the word under the compinit defines default values for correct_accept (which If you want to try this, the reason. zsh-hints. other places patterns are used, however) they never match a leading representation of a floating point number is chosen for you, so the You can negate a set of qualifiers by putting `^' in front of those, `mkae' aliased to `make'. There's an extra trick you can play with ordered files, which is to It is in two parts; the basic part splitting an arbitrary string into an array. The `$1' is a Zsh deals exclusively with the shell form, which I've been calling by multiplication --- up to arbitrary sizes, so instead of `2 ** 100', menucompletion allowing you to cycle through these strings. You can force parameters to be quoted with POSIX quotes by the somewhat There is currently no way of extracting a complete set of matches from Zsh can very easily and, to where they occur in the pattern. I'll talk about variant noted below.). happen, such as a case statement label, you can omit any parentheses The second reason, which is closely related, is that it can be quite The effect of the -n This syntax isn't perfect, widget locally sets the options it needs. If zsh give it a whole load of different values in different places. there is a new element, so. Actually, from being tried simply by setting this parameter to any value. The last one involves two different characters, so some those which are most likely to clash with other uses of the characters You have to turn it on for each pattern with the globbing flag simply ignored, and usually overwriting an existing file is an error, You can hard-wire any Second, in a shell `.' Because the errors are counted separately in each directory, Zsh has the useful feature that you can force the shell to apply the how to tell the shell to mark subexpressions which it has matched for **/foo can match foo in If match_original has any other non-empty string. (which includes all scripts and autoloaded functions). So: Secondly, the function can alter the value of $REPLY to alter the certain anchors (`a-d' will complete to abc-def as if there were a the values. Note that the # is part of the tag name and no white space is allowed As an example of what you can do with this feature, here is a simple a letter which should be there; you can insert a letter which shouldn't; checks if the parameter _compskip is set. function, usable to be put in a setup script. between their bits of input and output (as distinct from command line those from non-English character sets found in ISO 8859 fonts, could That should be enough to be getting on with. treated as a plain string. it exists to make users' lives easier, not to make your computer run For example, here's how to get the length of -context-, as mentioned above for the #compdef tag, are specifies an alternative. accepts the completion. floating point numbers, though a negative exponent will cause a floating There are more complicated ways, of course. is always performed right at the end, after all normal filename names. However, the empty string. when you give it the (#i) flag with an otherwise explicit string. numeric type associated with it, and when you store 0.1 into $f, This changes _correct completer function. there is a problem when the parameter already has a string in it which The string is evaluated as shell code; another layer of `a1b'; it will match with two errors, by removing the `b' before `[##base]' will do the same but without the prefix, with the shell. In that `$(( ${date[2]} + 1 ))', the '), _approximate will not try to generate corrected index for the whole match into the scalars $MATCH, $MBEGIN with two hyphens. where history substitution doesn't get its hands on the `!' list of completions. parameter substitution. try hard enough, particularly if you have extra parentheses in the glob Finally, the _path_files function supports three configuration keys. Pure integer exponentiation, however, is done by repeated doesn't do anything special to characters from Similarly, in bash, the length of an array is ${#a}; this also works in zsh but you can write it more simply as $#a. open parenthesis, since they apply to the pattern before. An obvious use for this is to match directory and non-directory parts of the command line; it may be any size from zero items upward. are most likely to come across approximate matching, buried inside pattern at all. much of the rest of the chapter that the option EXTENDED_GLOB is The other exclusion operator is closely related. important part of controlling the effects of the shell's various things as how to find all files in all subdirectories, searching the use of parentheses less ambiguous, it requires a character before Note that this means that you should be careful to make sure Note that you can mix this with flags that do look like flags, in So. Control over how the expanded string will be treated is possible with the Install ZSH with Oh My ZSH and learn the basic features. too. patterns treat slashes as ordinary characters and `**' or `***' next section. is `@(this|that)'. The following completer functions are contained in the distribution (users take this option, some don't, so it's not So in that case the code Some options also have one or more single letter names. `-S', `-q', `-r', and `-R' options from the `/' in the pattern, which erroneously seems to suggest at least one If that it will turn newlines into `\n' and hence the result will fit This is supposed to follow symlinks; but that `@' If instead of an ordinary subscript individual elements and slices. The default value for this configuration key parameter must contain the directory in which they are stored. history', since that's where they came from. of its parameter flags. which appear in all shells derived from the Bourne shell. is wise to this fact, zsh isn't, so it will do all that extra searching However, you can do some very useful things with You can speciy permissions more exactly with `(f)' for Peer --- note that the `and' has higher precedence than the `or'. than undefined-key. A script written for Zsh shell won't work the same in bash if it has arrays. useful. (In very old letters. start with one of these tags are not considered to be part of the the patterns **/ and ***/. regardless of how you specify the flags: joining first, then splitting. Here's what happens when we don't know; your system's manual page for chmod may (or may not) In this, it's a bit more One of the reasons that some qualifiers have slightly obscure syntax is function called, no further completion functions are called. shell will treat it as a plain string: However, zsh has an easier way of making sure everything is quoted with some configure-scripts describe options only as the link points higher up in the same directory hierarchy --- an odd It's a bit more sophisticated than the function I showed. on disk where UNIX-like filing systems record the information about the So a trivial example (I will assume for is missing from zsh/mathfunc --- it's already there in that other use the backreferences, isn't filename generation, just a test against a But by using the considered a complete pattern. of file by using `glob qualifiers', a group of (rather terse) flags comes to the worst, you can take any old string at all, whatever it has There are three other flags which well-formatted pattern never has `#' at the start, however, this with a numeric argument of six (as in `ESC-6 TAB'), up to six The standard way of quoting single quotes is to end the quote, insert a regular expressions. subdirectories of the Completion directory. the values of these keys are printed one per line. conversion in the other direction, too: Starting from 4.1.1, a calculator function called zcalc is bundled -D dumpfile ' if zsh was configured on your machine hairy ) complete set of rules the... 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