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## Comment
# Speak your mind with the hash symbol. They go from the symbol to the end of
# the line.
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## Table
# Tables (also known as hash tables or dictionaries) are collections of
# key/value pairs. They appear in square brackets on a line by themselves.
[table]
key = "value" # Yeah, you can do this.
# Nested tables are denoted by table names with dots in them. Name your tables
# whatever crap you please, just don't use #, ., [ or ].
[table.subtable]
key = "another value"
# You don't need to specify all the super-tables if you don't want to. TOML
# knows how to do it for you.
# [x] you
# [x.y] don't
# [x.y.z] need these
[x.y.z.w] # for this to work
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## Inline Table
# Inline tables provide a more compact syntax for expressing tables. They are
# especially useful for grouped data that can otherwise quickly become verbose.
# Inline tables are enclosed in curly braces `{` and `}`. No newlines are
# allowed between the curly braces unless they are valid within a value.
[table.inline]
name = { first = "Tom", last = "Preston-Werner" }
point = { x = 1, y = 2 }
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## String
# There are four ways to express strings: basic, multi-line basic, literal, and
# multi-line literal. All strings must contain only valid UTF-8 characters.
[string.basic]
basic = "I'm a string. \"You can quote me\". Name\tJos\u00E9\nLocation\tSF."
[string.multiline]
# The following strings are byte-for-byte equivalent:
key1 = "One\nTwo"
key2 = """One\nTwo"""
key3 = """
One
Two"""
[string.multiline.continued]
# The following strings are byte-for-byte equivalent:
key1 = "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog."
key2 = """
The quick brown \
fox jumps over \
the lazy dog."""
key3 = """\
The quick brown \
fox jumps over \
the lazy dog.\
"""
[string.literal]
# What you see is what you get.
winpath = 'C:\Users\nodejs\templates'
winpath2 = '\\ServerX\admin$\system32\'
quoted = 'Tom "Dubs" Preston-Werner'
regex = '<\i\c*\s*>'
[string.literal.multiline]
regex2 = '''I [dw]on't need \d{2} apples'''
lines = '''
The first newline is
trimmed in raw strings.
All other whitespace
is preserved.
'''
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## Integer
# Integers are whole numbers. Positive numbers may be prefixed with a plus sign.
# Negative numbers are prefixed with a minus sign.
[integer]
key1 = +99
key2 = 42
key3 = 0
key4 = -17
[integer.underscores]
# For large numbers, you may use underscores to enhance readability. Each
# underscore must be surrounded by at least one digit.
key1 = 1_000
key2 = 5_349_221
key3 = 1_2_3_4_5 # valid but inadvisable
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## Float
# A float consists of an integer part (which may be prefixed with a plus or
# minus sign) followed by a fractional part and/or an exponent part.
[float.fractional]
key1 = +1.0
key2 = 3.1415
key3 = -0.01
[float.exponent]
[float.both]
[float.underscores]
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## Boolean
# Booleans are just the tokens you're used to. Always lowercase.
[boolean]
True = true
False = false
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## Datetime
# Datetimes are RFC 3339 dates.
[datetime]
#key1 = 1979-05-27T07:32:00Z
#key2 = 1979-05-27T00:32:00-07:00
#key3 = 1979-05-27T00:32:00.999999-07:00
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## Array
# Arrays are square brackets with other primitives inside. Whitespace is
# ignored. Elements are separated by commas. Data types may not be mixed.
[array]
key1 = [ 1, 2, 3 ]
key2 = [ "red", "yellow", "green" ]
key3 = [ [ 1, 2 ], [3, 4, 5] ]
key4 = [ [ 1, 2 ], ["a", "b", "c"] ] # this is ok
# Arrays can also be multiline. So in addition to ignoring whitespace, arrays
# also ignore newlines between the brackets. Terminating commas are ok before
# the closing bracket.
key5 = [
1, 2, 3
]
key6 = [
1,
2, # this is ok
]
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## Array of Tables
# These can be expressed by using a table name in double brackets. Each table
# with the same double bracketed name will be an element in the array. The
# tables are inserted in the order encountered.
[[products]]
name = "Hammer"
sku = 738594937
[[products]]
[[products]]
name = "Nail"
sku = 284758393
color = "gray"
# You can create nested arrays of tables as well.
[[fruit]]
name = "apple"
[fruit.physical]
color = "red"
shape = "round"
[[fruit.variety]]
name = "red delicious"
[[fruit.variety]]
name = "granny smith"
[[fruit]]
name = "banana"
[[fruit.variety]]
name = "plantain"