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/// Concatenated string results
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string text(string separator = "", A...)(auto ref A args)
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        if (A.length > 0)
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string text(string separator = "", Args...)(auto ref Args args)
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    if (Args.length > 0)
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{
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    static if (A.length == 1)
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    static if (Args.length == 1)
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    {
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        import mir.functional: forward;
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        import mir.conv: to;
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@safe pure nothrow @nogc
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version (mir_test) unittest
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    import mir.format: stringBuf;
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    stringBuf w;
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    assert(w.printEscaped("Hi \a\v\0\f\t\b \\\r\n" ~ `"@nogc"`).data == `Hi \a\v\0\f\t\b \\\r\n\"@nogc\"`);
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