I/O - Manipulation of C Strings

I/O - Manipulation of C Strings

By : user2956061
Date : November 22 2020, 10:54 AM
I hope this helps . I'd like to iterate through a string (entered by the user), returning the inputted string with an added space after each character (i.e. "Hello" --> "H e l l o ". , Here:
code :
char str[] = "";
char str[1024] = "";
scanf("%1023s", str); // now scanf will not read more than 1023 bytes plus sentinel.
char newstr[2047]; // 2 * 1023 + terminator

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c# strings manipulation

c# strings manipulation

By : user2661084
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps The String.Contains method returns a boolean, so the >= 0 won't compile.
Should be like this:
code :
dailyReminders = frequencyOfReminders.Contains("day", StringComparison.OrdinalIgnoreCase);
dailyReminders = frequencyOfReminders.Contains("day", StringComparison.OrdinalIgnoreCase)
                 || frequencyOfReminders.Contains("daily", StringComparison.OrdinalIgnoreCase);
Manipulation of strings in vim

Manipulation of strings in vim

By : Timo Falk
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help In my opinion Vimscript has not a lot of features for manipulating strings. , You're looking for split()
code :
echo split(a, '[^0-9]\+') 
echo map(split(a, '|'), "matchstr(v:val, '^%\\zs\\d\\+\\zel')")
let b = '\%8l............\|\%11l..........\|\%17l.........\|\%20l....'
echo map(split(b, '\\|'), "matchstr(v:val, '^\\\\%\\zs\\d\\+\\zel')")
Strings manipulation

Strings manipulation

By : Vijaya Lakshmi
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue Sure enough there are more than a way to convert the following strings either form left to right or vice versa , This is tricky one:
code :
puts "content-management-systems".split("-").map(&:capitalize).join(" ").
     tap{ |str| puts str}.

#=> Content Management Systems
#=> content-management-systems
"content-management-systems".split("-").map(&:capitalize).join(" ") 
#=> Content Management Systems

"Content Management Systems".split.map(&:downcase).join("-")
#=> content-management-systems
"content-management-systems".split("-").map(&:capitalize).join(" ").
split(" ").map(&:downcase).join("-")
manipulation of strings in python

manipulation of strings in python

By : Chutams Chaisawng
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you What is the easiest method to convert following string: , This seems slightly more readable than the other solutions:
code :
s = "my_data [0.046, 0.028, 0.01]"
for replacer in ('[', ']', ','):
    s = s.replace(replacer, '')
s = "my_data [0.046, 0.028, 0.01]".replace('[', '').replace(']', '').replace(',', '')
Array of Strings Manipulation in C

Array of Strings Manipulation in C

By : Pooja Chowdary
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . You can't use increment operator like that on an array within a struct. You are probably looking for code like below:
code :
struct Book{
    char chapter_names[20][50];
    int chapters;

    int main(){
        struct Book Redwall;
        strcpy(*(Redwall.chapter_names), "The Wall");
        strcpy(*(Redwall.chapter_names+1), "The Grove");

        printf("Chapter 1: %s\n", Redwall.chapter_names[0]);
        printf("Chapter 2: %s\n", Redwall.chapter_names[1]);

        return 0;
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