java – Separate sentences in paragraph that doesn’t have punctuation

How can I separate sentences in paragraph that doesn’t have punctuation?

For example, I have this paragraph:

The red glint of paint sparkled under the sun he had dreamed of
owning this car since he was ten and that dream had become a reality
less than a year ago it was his baby and he spent hours caring for
it pampering it and fondling over it she knew this all too well
and that’s exactly why she had taken a sludge hammer to it

I need the output to be something like this:

The red glint of paint sparkled under the sun. He had dreamed of
owning this car since he was ten and that dream had become a reality
less than a year ago. It was his baby and he spent hours caring for
it pampering it and fondling over it. She knew this all too well
and that’s exactly why she had taken a sludge hammer to it.

I just need to add punctuations to separate the sentences int the paragraph, I don’t need to add commas.

Is there any ideas or keywords that would help me with this problem?

Google Voice typing punctuation – how to have it?

I’m trying to use Google’s voice typing, but it is not able to punctuate my sentences.
No matter I say “point”, “dot” or “comma”, it always writes it into my text.

Earlier I though this is only because I wanted to use the voice typing in other languages (not English). But now I’m trying to reach this functionality in English.

Is there any hidden tricks to enable the punctuation on Android 11 (Samsung)?

I found someone used the Swype keyboard which is obsolete now (since 2018). So really what are my options?

Punctuation in Google Voice typing on Android 11 in other than english language

I’m trying to use Google’s voice typing but compared to iPhone it’s really rude.

I’m already on Android 11. But it is still not able to detect my punctuation words, so everytime I want a . or , I need to stop the voice typing, switch back the keyboard to normal, enter the punctuation sign, and switch back to voice typing.

This requires as much effort that I turned off completely the dictation function.

Is it somehow possible to enter the word-mappings into the voice typing? I don’t usually say “point” in a sentence for anything else but closing it.

Javascript – Compare everything between certain punctuation marks

Basically, I want to bring everything together in one sentence. In other words …

Everything before the beginning of the line or before a punctuation plus a space: (?<=^|(.!?)s)MATCH

And everything behind the same punctuation: MATCH(?=.!?)

I found the last step easy. Just use everything: *+.

However, it seems that the regex captures two sentences at the same time (or something like that):

https://regex101.com/r/ZGdMeu/1

Why is that and how can you fix it?

mysql – Punctuation mark of an INSERT statement that uses FROM_UNIXTIME

In one python Environment I have the following variable:

post_time_ms="1581546697000"

This is a Unix-style time with milliseconds.

In my table, "created_date_time" is defined as the datetime column.

I am trying to use an INSERT statement of the form:

sql_insert_query = "INSERT INTO myTable (id_string, text,
 created_date_time) VALUES ('identifier', 'text_content',
 FROM_UNIXTIME('post_time/1000')"

I can't figure out how to underline that. When I run the query as shown above, I get:

"Failed to insert record 1292 (22007): Truncated incorrect DECIMAL value: 'tweet_post_time/1000'

I've tried every variation of single quotes / no quotes I can think of, but I always get errors.

For example if I:

sql_insert_query = "INSERT INTO myTable (id_string, text,
 created_date_time) VALUES ('identifier', 'text_content',
 FROM_UNIXTIME('post_time'/1000)"

I get:

Failed to insert record 1292 (22007): Truncated incorrect DOUBLE value: 'tweet_post_time'

I went so far as to convert the Unix-like value "1581546697000" as follows:

post_time_mysql = datetime.fromtimestamp(int(post_time)/1000)

and then:

sql_insert_query = "INSERT INTO myTable (id_string, text,
 created_date_time) VALUES ('identifier', 'text_content',
 'post_time_mysql')"

and although

print(post_time_mysql)

Issues "2020-02-14 09:25:28",

I am still getting this error for the query above:

Failed to insert record 1292 (22007): Incorrect datetime value: 'post_time_mysql' for column `myDatabase`.`myTable`.`created_date_time` at row 1

Any ideas / suggestions?

Text – Does adding the punctuation symbol in parentheses have an advantage when referring to punctuation?

Clarity, conciseness and avoidance of ambiguity in the documentation offer security and the consumers of the documentation. With the technical documentation the author should take care to avoid ambiguities.

I would go ahead and point to a slash (/) and other punctuation marks (e.g. period (.), Exclamation mark (!), etc.) with the sign between serious accents / backticks (`). Regardless of what the wiki has to say about serious accents (1), you will notice a revival of its use in modern communication and documentation systems, which is due to its inclusion in the markup language Markdown (e.g. at StackExchange, Slack and many others), although it is intended to contain and display code, it is also useful for highlighting characters or anything of interest that is referred to (2).

"And finally, from a UX perspective, would only the first occurrence of the punctuation symbol be used to limit repetition?"

Usually doing well may contain a glossary of terms for easy reference. Consider use cases for the document: is there a high likelihood of quick searches compared to full document reads? In this case, it would be helpful to provide inline disambiguation (i.e., to include a repeat).

Note: To include a backtick within backticks, use double backticks to put a space before and after the contained backtick.

(1) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grave_accent

(2) https://www.ionos.com/digitalguide/websites/web-development/markdown/

python 3.6 – Reverse every word EXCEPT PUNCTUATION (s) of the string specified by the user without changing its position in Python3

I am trying to solve a problem with the following #PROBLEM DEFINITION –

  1. Invert each word in the input string.
  2. The order of the words remains unchanged.
  3. A word consists of letters and / or numbers.
  4. Other characters (spaces, punctuation) are not reversed.

However, I am unable to meet the requirement to maintain the order. Below is my code. Any help would be appreciated.

Provided:
input string = & # 39; Hello! cu2 Ayaan … & # 39;

expected:
Output string = & # 39; olleH! 2uc naayA … & # 39;

    def swap(a, b):
    return b, a

    def reverse_each_word(sentence):
        list_of_string = (i for i in sentence)
        r = len(list_of_string) - 1
        l = 0
        while l < r:
            if not list_of_string(l).isalpha():
                l += 1
            elif not list_of_string(r).isalpha():
                r -= 1
            else:
                list_of_string(l), list_of_string(r) = swap(list_of_string(l), list_of_string(r))
                l += 1 
                r -= 1
        result = "".join(list_of_string)
        return result

Website design – Should Emoji / Emoticon replace a punctuation mark at the end of the sentence?

If the sentence ends in the content of the website or in a personal message with emoji / emoticon, should a punctuation mark follow?

example 1

I'm glad you made it. 🙂 We had a great time. – This looks good and clean
I'm glad you made it 🙂 We had a great time. – However, this looks strange to me
I'm glad you made it. 🙂 We had a great time. – Emoji belongs to the next sentence
I'm glad you made it :] We had a great time. – This one is super funny

Example # 2

Is it really like that? I doubt it. – This is fine, since the question mark means it's a question
Is it really like that? I doubt it. – That does not look like a question anymore
Is that really so 🤔 I doubt it. – Again, Emoji belongs to the next movement
Is that really so = /? I doubt it. – And this emoticon is something else

The emoji / emoticon understanding varies according to the position. Is there a common way to use them or are there best practices?