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Documentation for this module may be created at Module:Citation/CS1/Suggestions/doc

--Prašome naujus pasiūlymus rašyti pagal abėcėlę 
--Pvz., ['pavyzdys'] = 'title',

suggestions = {
	['pavadinimas'] = 'title',
	['puslapiai'] = 'pages',

--[[--------------------------< P A T T E R N S >--------------------------------------------------------------

Here we use Lua patterns to make suggestions.  The form is ['pattern'] = 'correct',

Lua patterns are not regex though they are similar.  The escape character is '%', not '\'.  For more information about
lua patterns, see: Extension:Scribunto/Lua_reference_manual#Patterns

Patterns should probably always include the '^' and '$' anchor assertions to prevent a partial match from incorrectly
suggesting the wrong parameter name.  For instance, the pattern 'a[utho]+r' matches 'author' in the no-longer-supported
parameter |author-separator= so the code suggests '|author='; the same pattern also matches the no-longer-supported
parameter |separator= (returning 'ator') so again, the code suggests '|author='.

One capture is supported, typically the enumerator from an enumerated parameter (the '6' in |author6=, etc.)  The value from the
capture replaces $1 in the 'correct' value.


local patterns = {
	['^ac+es+ ?d?a?t?e?$'] = 'access-date',
	['^a[utho]+r$'] = 'author',
	['^a[utho]+r(%d+)$'] = 'author$1',											-- enumerated
	['^pu[blish]+ers?$'] = 'publisher',

return {suggestions = suggestions, patterns=patterns};