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I have this string:

private | public-read | public-read-write | authenticated-read | aws-exec-read | bucket-owner-read | bucket-owner-full-control

I would like to find a mnemonic or easy pattern that could allow me to achieve this:

"private" , "public-read", "public-read-write", "authenticated-read", "aws-exec-read", "bucket-owner-read","bucket-owner-full-control"

If am trying first with \w:

s/\(\w\+\)/"\1"/g

But problem is that ignore the colon and returns:

"public"-"read"-"write" 

instead of:

"public-read-write"

Any ideas, tips?

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    Possible options: [^ |] (anything not a bar or space); \k if - is in iskeyword; \f might work if space isn’t in isfname, though both this and the former may or may not grab the bars (I’m mot sure);
    – D. Ben Knoble
    Mar 27, 2022 at 13:10

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You can break this up into 3 substitutions and apply them in sequence:

:s/ | /", "/g | s/^/"/ | s/$/"/
  • s/ | /", "/g replaces all the | delimiters with the quote and commas.
  • | s/^/"/ a second substitution places a quote at the start of the line.
  • | s/$/"/ a third substitution places a quote at the end of the line.

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