Run arbitrary Python code on the last n words!

plover_retro_stringop

Run arbitrary code on the last n words! This is inheritly unsafe and horrible, yay!

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Usage

{:retro_stringop:N:EXPR}, where N is the number of words (backwards) to work on and EXPR is the expression that constitutes the new text. This has text as the entire string and words as an array of the individual words (already stripped, use raw_words for words including the spaces).

{:retro_stringop_sh:N:EXPR} does the same stuff, but calls /bin/sh, and provides the text as TEXT env var.

Examples

• {:retro_stringop:1:"(" + text + ")"}: surround last word in parenthesis
• {:retro_stringop:2:"(" + text + ")"}: surround last two words in parenthesis
• {:retro_stringop_sh:1:echo "$TEXT" | tee some-file.txt}: log last word to some-file.txt (tee is used here to so that the word doesn't get deleted) • {:retro_stringop:1:text[::-1]}: reverse the last word • {:retro_stringop_sh:1:cat "$TEXT"}: read the last word as a filename, and read that file, replacing the filename with the content
• {:retro_stringop:3:"".join([w.lower().capitalize() for w in words])}: PascalCase the last 3 words

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