Splits STDIN into a JSON array based on a regex parameter
jsplit will read from STDIN and split it based on a regex parameter. It outputs a JSON array.
<STDIN> -> jsplit: regex -> <stdout>
» (hello, world) -> jsplit: l+ [ "he", "o, wor", "d" ]
jsplit will trim trailing carriage returns and line feeds from each element as well as any trailing empty elements (zero length strings) in the JSON array. However any empty elements will be retained and any other whitespace characters - or carriage returns and/or line feeds in the middle of an element - will be retained.
This is so that the formatting of (multiline) text is retained as much as possible to ensure the
jsplit is accurate while at the same time any commonly unwanted "noise" is stripped from the output.
2darray: Create a 2D JSON array from multiple input sources
@[(range): Outputs a ranged subset of data from STDIN
[[(element): Outputs an element from a nested structure
[(index): Outputs an element from an array, map or table
a(mkarray): A sophisticated yet simple way to build an array or list
append: Add data to the end of an array
ja: A sophisticated yet simply way to build a JSON array
len: Outputs the length of an array
map: Creates a map from two data sources
msort: Sorts an array - data type agnostic
mtac: Reverse the order of an array
prepend: Add data to the start of an array