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Text instructions

Instructions using character sequences always start with the letter T (upper case T). Below is a list of all available instructions.

- Tp"%" - Prior text

Returns TRUE if the text before the index is %. For example: Tp"abc" - Returns if the text before is "abc".

- Tn"%" - Next text

Returns TRUE if the text following the index is %. For example: Tn"abc" - Returns true if the next text is "abc".

- Tb"%" - Text previous of the group

Returns TRUE if the text preceding the character group where the index is located is as specified. A group is a character belonging to a group of letters, numbers, punctuation, spaces, or other characters. For example, if the index is within a word made up of letters, if the specified text is in front of that word, the instruction returns TRUE.

- Te"%" - Text following the group

Returns TRUE if the text next to the character group where the index is located is the one specified. A group is a character belonging to a group of letters, numbers, punctuation, spaces, or other characters. For example, if the index is within a word made up of letters, if the specified text is after that word, the instruction returns TRUE.

- Ti - Dual Character First

It is true if the two characters before the index are the same, i.e. they are double characters. For example, if there is a pair "bb" before the index, it returns TRUE. This instruction does not want any other parameters, since the detected doubles can be of any character.

- Tf - Dual character after

It is true if the two characters following the index are the same, i.e. they are double characters. For example, if there is a pair "bb" after the index, the instruction returns TRUE. This instruction does not want any other parameters, since the detected doubles can be of any character.