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Separate a PascalCase string into separate words using Dart?

By : user2175080
Date : October 16 2020, 08:10 AM
I wish this help you You want to split before capital letters, except the first one. Just splitting at capital letters (well, ASCII letters at least) is easy:
code :
// Single character look-ahead for capital letter.
final beforeCapitalLetter = RegExp(r"(?=[A-Z])");
var parts = string.split(beforeCapitalLetter);
if (parts.isNotEmpty && parts[0].isEmpty) parts = parts.sublist(1);
// Matches before a capital letter that is not also at beginning of string.
final beforeNonLeadingCapitalLetter = RegExp(r"(?=(?!^)[A-Z])");
List<String> splitPascalCase(String input) =>
print(splitPascalCase("HelloWorld"));  // [Hello, World]
print(splitPascalCase("One")); // [One]
print(splitPascalCase("none")); // [none]
print(splitPascalCase("BFG9000")); // [B, F, G9000]
print(splitPascalCase("XmlHTTPRequest")); // [Xml, H, T, T, P, Request]
final pascalWords = RegExp(r"(?:[A-Z]+|^)[a-z]*");
List<String> getPascalWords(String input) =>
    pascalWords.allMatches(input).map((m) => m[0]).toList();
print(getPascalWords("BFG9000")); // [BFG]
print(getPascalWords("XmlHTTPRequest")); // [Xml, HTTPRequest]

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Split a PascalCase string into separate words

By : java geek
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you See this question: Is there a elegant way to parse a word and add spaces before capital letters? Its accepted answer covers what you want, including numbers and several uppercase letters in a row. While this sample has words starting in uppercase, it it equally valid when the first word is in lowercase.
code :
string[] tests = {

Regex r = new Regex(

foreach (string s in tests)
  r.Replace(s, " ");

How to compare words of one string in Java with words of another string and separate the words on match?

By : petrt88
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue The issue you're having (and the reason the first string succeeded and the second does not) is to do with the order of words in the dict. Your current implementation checks if the words in the dict appear in the string exactly in the order they were entered into the dict - after you found the first word, put in a space and proceed to find the second word. If you did not find the next word, you do not proceed with the process.
There are many ways to rewrite the code to get what you want, but the minimal change is:
code :
public class Sample1 {
public static void main(String[] args) {
    Scanner sc=new Scanner(System.in);
int i,j,k,len;
    String[] dict= {"how","are","you","something","needs","to","be","done"};
    //StringBuilder str=new StringBuilder("howareyou");
    StringBuilder str=new StringBuilder("somethingneedstobedone");
    for(i=0,j=0;i<len;i++) //removed k from here
          for (k=0;k<dict.length;k++) { //added this loop!
            if(dict[k].toString().equals(str.substring(i, j)))
                str.insert(j, " ");
          } //Loop closing for k - the dictionary

Regex to split PascalCase string into separate words

By : A. Tan
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . Previously to split a PascalCase string into separate words I used the regular expression below: , Assuming C# as your language,
code :
var pattern = @"(?<!^)(?=[A-Z]|(?<!\d)\d)";
var words = Regex.Split(input, pattern);

How convert string of separate words to separate elements of list by using stream api

By : user1486520
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help Try to studying Stream API. So, I have a list of strings like this: , You may do
code :
List<String> initial;
List<String> all = initial.stream().flatMap(str -> Arrays.stream(str.split("\\.")))

Is there a way to separate a string into separate words in python?

By : Sun
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish of those help I'm trying to separate a long string into different words that I will print off with a .1 second delay on the same line. , You can split according to the space between them:
code :
from time import sleep
string = "hello world"
words = string.split(' ') # splits the string into parts divided by ' '
for w in words:
    print(w, end=' ')
    sleep(0.1) #delays for 0.1 seconds
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