Module:Rail-interchange multi

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This module displays multiple transclusions of {{Rail-interchange}} (or {{rint}}).

Usage[change source]

This module only takes one numbered parameter and one named parameter |div=. Each transclusion of {{rint}} is separated by a plus sign +, and there is a backslash \ between each (up to 4) parameter of each symbol. If the first parameter of an icon is the same as the first parameter of the first icon (and it takes more than one parameter) then it can be omitted.

If only two parameters are passed for a symbol, add a backslash after the second parameter (two if only one parameter is passed); otherwise, the template will not work.

One row of icons[change source]

If |div=yes then a <div> tag will be wrapped around the symbols.

{{#invoke:Rail-interchange multi|row|div=...|location1\symbol1\+location2\symbol2\+...}}

Two rows of icons (with <div> tags)[change source]

|div= does not do anything here, as the display is reliant upon using <div> tags.

{{#invoke:Rail-interchange multi|doublerow|location1\symbol1\+location2\symbol2\+location3\symbol3\+location4\symbol4\+...}}

Examples[change source]

Paris Métro Line 1 RER b Île-de-France tramway Line 3 Transilien {{#invoke:Rail-interchange multi|row|paris\m\1+\r\b+\t\3+\i\n}} (equivalent to {{rint|paris|m|1}} {{rint|paris|r|b}} {{rint|paris|t|3}} {{rint|paris|i|n}})

Paris Métro Line 1
RER b
Île-de-France tramway Line 3
Transilien
{{#invoke:Rail-interchange multi|doublerow|paris\m\1+\r\b+\t\3+\i\n}}
local p = {}

function p.row(frame)
	local data = frame.args[1]
	local div = frame.args['div']
	local result, sep, default = '', ''
	local args = {}
	data = mw.text.split(data, '+')
	for i1, v1 in ipairs(data) do
		args = {}
		if v1 ~= '' and v1 ~= '\\' then
			local tmp = mw.text.split(v1, '\\')
			if i1 == 1 then
				default = tmp[1]
			else
				sep = ' '
			end
			for i2, v2 in ipairs(tmp) do
				if i2 < 5 then
					if i2 == 1 then
						args[i2] = (string.find((v2 or ''), '^%s*$') and default or v2)
					else
						args[i2] = (string.find((v2 or ''), '^%s*$') and nil or v2)
					end
				end
			end
			if args[1] or args[2] then
				result = result .. sep .. frame:expandTemplate{ title = 'Rail-interchange', args = args }
			end
		end
	end
	if div == 'yes' or div == 'y' then result = '<div style="display:table-cell;vertical-align:middle;padding-left:3px;white-space:nowrap">' .. result .. '</div>' end
	return result
end

function p.doublerow(frame)
	local data = frame.args[1]
	local result, sep, default = '', ''
	local args = {}
	local sep_code = {
		[0] = '<br/>',
		[1] = '</div><div style="display:table-cell;vertical-align:middle;padding-left:3px;white-space:nowrap">'
	}
	data = mw.text.split(data, '+')
	for i1, v1 in ipairs(data) do
		args = {}
		if v1 ~= '' and v1 ~= '\\' then
			local tmp = mw.text.split(v1, '\\')
			if i1 == 1 then
				default = tmp[1]
			else
				sep = sep_code[i1 % 2]
			end
			for i2, v2 in ipairs(tmp) do
				if i2 < 5 then
					if i2 == 1 then
						args[i2] = (string.find((v2 or ''), '^%s*$') and default or v2)
					else
						args[i2] = (string.find((v2 or ''), '^%s*$') and nil or v2)
					end
				end
			end
			if args[1] or args[2] then
				result = result .. sep .. frame:expandTemplate{ title = 'Rail-interchange', args = args }
			end
		end
	end
	result = '<div style="display:table-cell;vertical-align:middle;padding-left:3px;white-space:nowrap">' .. result .. '</div>'
	return result
end

return p