Modul:Other uses

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This module produces an "other uses" hatnote for linking to disambiguation pages. It implements the {{other uses}} template.

Usage from wikitext[rediger kilde]

otheruses()[rediger kilde]

The otheruses() function directly implements {{other uses}} and probably shouldn't be used anywhere else.

otherX()[rediger kilde]

The otherX() function allows direct implementation of templates that differ from {{other uses}} in only phrasing. For example, where {{other uses}} is phrased with "other uses", {{other places}} is phrased with "other places with the same name" and can be implemented using otherX(), which takes the custom phrasing as its parameter at the module invocation. {{other places}} in particular could be implemented with this wikitext:

{{#invoke:other uses|otherX|places with the same name}}

Note that the leading "other" is automatically supplied; if a template would not use this phrasing, it should not use otherX().

Usage from Lua[rediger kilde]

To use this module from Lua, first load the module:

local mOtheruses = require('Module:Other uses')

The module functions can then be used through the _otheruses() function:

mOtheruses._otheruses(args, options)

Parameters of _otheruses()[rediger kilde]

A table containing strings of link text, without brackets. For example, {"PAGE1", "PAGE2#SECTION", "PAGE3|LABEL"}. Make sure that there are no gaps or nil values, as that can confuse the mw.text.listToText() function the module uses. If in doubt, use compressSparseArray() from Module:TableTools. This may be empty or nil.
A table containing a number of optional named values; you must supply at least one of options.defaultPage or options.title; in most cases setting the latter to mw.title.getCurrentTitle().prefixedText is advisable. The following options are supported:
  • defaultPage: String; completely overrides the linked page when no arguments are supplied
  • title: String; sets the title used before the "(disambiguation)" suffix.
  • disambiguator: String; replaces "disambiguation" in the suffix
  • otherText: String; replaces "uses" in "other uses"

local mHatnote = require('Module:Hatnote')
local mHatlist = require('Module:Hatnote list')
local mArguments --initialize lazily
local mTableTools --initialize lazily
local libraryUtil = require('libraryUtil')
local checkType = libraryUtil.checkType
local p = {}

-- Produces standard {{other uses}} implementation
function p.otheruses(frame)
	mArguments = require('Module:Arguments')
	mTableTools = require('Module:TableTools')
	local args = mTableTools.compressSparseArray(mArguments.getArgs(frame))
	local title = mw.title.getCurrentTitle().prefixedText
	return p._otheruses(args, {title=title})

--Implements "other [x]" templates with otherText supplied at invocation
function p.otherX(frame)
	mArguments = require('Module:Arguments')
	mTableTools = require('Module:TableTools')
	local x = frame.args[1]
	local args = mTableTools.compressSparseArray(
		mArguments.getArgs(frame, {parentOnly = true})
	local options = {
		title = mw.title.getCurrentTitle().prefixedText,
		otherText = x
	return p._otheruses(args, options)

-- Main generator
function p._otheruses(args, options)
	--Type-checks and defaults
	checkType('_otheruses', 1, args, 'table', true)
	args = args or {}
	checkType('_otheruses', 2, options, 'table')
	if not (options.defaultPage or options.title) then
		error('No default title data provided in "_otheruses" options table', 2)
	local emptyArgs = true
	for k, v in pairs(args) do
		if type(k) == 'number' then emptyArgs = false break end
	if emptyArgs then
		args = {
			options.defaultPage or
			mHatnote.disambiguate(options.title, options.disambiguator)
	--Generate and return hatnote
	local text = mHatlist.forSeeTableToString({{
		use = options.otherText and "andre " .. options.otherText or nil,
		pages = args
	return mHatnote._hatnote(text)

return p