Just to make a fool of myself, I'd explode the string, parse each item
and implode. I'm sure it can be done through some regexp wizardry as
well - probably matching something along the lines of "(^\ [A-Z])" but
I'm way too retarded regexp-wise. BTW, any good online tutorials? I read
through PHP's reference docs (which are probably excellent if you
already know what it's all about), but only reached a limited
understanding of how to approach problems...
Dl Neil wrote:
> What about "SoftwareVersion Thingy"?
> Won't that end up as "Software Version Thingy" - with two spaces before the
> Can the RegEx be 'turned off' if the u/case letter is already preceded by a
> (sorry, may not be Hessu's requirement = my curiosity)
>>$word = "SoftwareVersionThingy";
>>$word = ereg_replace("([A-Z])", " \\1", $word);
>>$word = ltrim($word);
>>On Thu, 22 Aug 2002, Hessu wrote:
>>>I have strings like FileName, SoftwareVersion etc.
>>>How can I add space between words? Somehow with preg_replace perhaps?
>>>First letter of each word is capitalized.
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