how can i put a dash between words that begin with an uppercase in title?
i have a title like this>
it should be like this>
how can i accomplish that?
i made a search using the search tab at the top of this page left of SUPPORT tab. but it gives me an errormessage saying that--if you dont know how to use a function --something like that. why this happen? how can i make a fruitful search?
sorry for my haste in posting different issues within a short span of time. but today i have posted two different issues i think. one is to eliminate a character from the beg and the next one entirly different one of putting a dash in btw words that begin with an upper case. of course it comes under replace action. i thought it is not wise to raise so many problems in one post. thats why i made two seperate post. the experienced people can help less experienced ones very easily thus save their time. that is what the board is doing. thanks a lot . have a nice day.
refer to post no-12
thanks a lot dano for the suggestions. but sorry to say, it doesn't work.
the first option (|)(\U) gives me all the letters of the title but for the first letter- divided into two with spaces btw it is like this T hi sI sT he Ti tl e
the second option gives me result as this-
all the letters are devided with a space i/r/o case.
it is like this>
T h i s I s T h e T i t l e
is it possible to get a space before each upper case letter?should be like this>
There is a typo, see above bold uppercase U.
In the FAQ there is a lowercase u
Action type: Replace with regular expression
Regular expression: (\l)(\u)
Replace matches with: $1 $2
[x] case-sensitive comparison
Such misspelling of regular expressions leads to irritating results.
Hai Dano and DetlevD,
thanks a lot for the effort of suggesting. i made lowercase (u) and checked the case sensitive comparison and It worked.. i got the words seperated by spaces. now i can get a dash in btw by putting another replace action. have a nice day