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Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting [[HelloInCapitals]] to [[Hello In Capitals]] Post 302360170 by Franklin52 on Thursday 8th of October 2009 08:42:04 AM
Old 10-08-2009
Another one with sed:

Code:
echo '[[HelloInCapitals]] or [[PharmaceuticalSocietyOfGreatBritainVBoots1952]]' | 
sed 's/[A-Z]/ &/g; s/\[ /\[/g'

 

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NAME
grub-render-label - generate a .disk_label for Apple Macs. SYNOPSIS
grub-render-label [OPTION...] [OPTIONS] DESCRIPTION
Render Apple .disk_label. -b, --bgcolor=COLOR use COLOR for background -c, --color=COLOR use COLOR for text -f, --font=FILE use FILE as font (PF2). -i, --input=FILE read text from FILE. -o, --output=FILE set output filename. Default is STDOUT -t, --text=STRING set the label to render -v, --verbose print verbose messages. -?, --help give this help list --usage give a short usage message -V, --version print program version Mandatory or optional arguments to long options are also mandatory or optional for any corresponding short options. REPORTING BUGS
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