Styles a character vector. Each element of the character vector corresponds to one line of code.

  style = tidyverse_style,
  transformers = style(...),
  include_roxygen_examples = TRUE,
  base_indention = 0L



A character vector with text to style.


Arguments passed on to the style function, see tidyverse_style() for the default argument.


A function that creates a style guide to use, by default tidyverse_style. Not used further except to construct the argument transformers. See style_guides() for details.


A set of transformer functions. This argument is most conveniently constructed via the style argument and .... See 'Examples'.


Whether or not to style code in roxygen examples.


Integer scalar indicating by how many spaces the whole output text should be indented. Note that this is not the same as splitting by line and add a base_indention spaces before the code in the case multi-line strings are present. See 'Examples'.

See also


style_text("call( 1)")
#> call(1)
style_text("1    + 1", strict = FALSE)
#> 1    + 1

# the following is identical (because of ... and defaults)
# but the first is most convenient:
style_text("a<-3++1", strict = TRUE)
#> a <- 3 + +1
style_text("a<-3++1", style = tidyverse_style, strict = TRUE)
#> a <- 3 + +1
style_text("a<-3++1", transformers = tidyverse_style(strict = TRUE))
#> a <- 3 + +1

# more invasive scopes include less invasive scopes by default
style_text("a%>%b", scope = "spaces")
#> a %>% b
style_text("a%>%b; a", scope = "line_breaks")
#> a %>% b; a
style_text("a%>%b; a", scope = "tokens")
#> a %>% b()
#> a

# opt out with I() to only style specific levels
style_text("a%>%b; a", scope = I("tokens"))
#> a%>%b()
#> a