Functions that allow implementers of formatters for custom data types to maintain a consistent style with the default data types.

style_num(x, negative, significant = rep_along(x, TRUE))

style_subtle(x)

style_subtle_num(x, negative)

style_bold(x)

style_na(x)

style_neg(x)

Arguments

x

The character vector to style.

negative, significant

Logical vector the same length as x that indicate if the values are negative and significant, respectively

Details

style_subtle() is affected by the pillar.subtle option.

style_subtle_num() is affected by the pillar.subtle_num option, which is FALSE by default.

style_bold() is affected by the pillar.bold option.

style_neg() is affected by the pillar.neg option.

See also

pillar-package for a list of options

Examples

style_num( c("123", "456"), negative = c(TRUE, FALSE) )
#> [1] "\033[31m123\033[39m" "456"
style_num( c("123", "456"), negative = c(TRUE, FALSE), significant = c(FALSE, FALSE) )
#> [1] "\033[31m123\033[39m" "456"
style_subtle("text")
#> [1] "\033[38;5;246mtext\033[39m"
style_subtle_num(0.01 * 1:3, c(TRUE, FALSE, TRUE))
#> [1] "\033[31m0.01\033[39m" "0.02" "\033[31m0.03\033[39m"
style_bold("Petal.Width")
#> [1] "Petal.Width"
style_na("NA")
#> [1] "\033[31mNA\033[39m"
style_neg("123")
#> [1] "\033[31m123\033[39m"