guidelines – Should we use ‘Title Case’ or ‘Sentence case’ for headlines and buttons?

Title Case for Headings and Buttons

It’s easier and faster for users if they can to identify the shapes of words.

“We recognize words from their word shape.” also called the Bouma Shape.

Read more:

Bouma Shape:

A Few Examples

The English and Writers SE is Divided

This topic was already discussed in both the English and Writers SE . The consensus for the writers is it depends on the style guide set by the organization.

If non are established, writers may select one and are ok as long as they are consistent.

If there is a style guide your organization subscribes to, look in that. Otherwise, do what you think is right.

Examples of style guides are in one of the Answers:

It comes down to style and standards. It’s more important, in my opinion, to be consistent.


My own theory is that internet users will always trend towards efficiency over grammatical correctness so I’m a strong proponent of Title Case. Why else has Urban Dictionary and Internet Acronyms come about?

My assumption is most users will spend less time on titles because they are deciding what content is right for them. Once they decide, the rest of the content follows sentence case and they can take their time if they need to.

How do I do a search for a phrase at the end of a sentence on Google Books?

I am trying to search for a string of words on Google Books and restrict the search results to sentence endings. For example, I would to search for “is the best.” as the end of a sentence. Per Google’s help docs, “Google Search usually ignores punctuation that isn’t part of a search operator.” So how can I achieve what I need to do on Google Books?

How do I tell LibreOffice to use double spaces (or a free-form margin) for each new sentence?

I have written a long document in LibreOffice. I have written it like this:

This is a sentence. Now begins another. Here is a third.

That is, one space between each word and between each sentence.

How do I instruct LibreOffice how much I want the space to be between each sentence (not paragraph!) other than manually going through the entire massive document and adding another space after every space in the beginning of each sentence? (Which, by the way, would not let me make the space “one and a half”, for example.)

All search results seem to talk about “double line space” rather than “double space”, which is not what I’m asking about.

Oracle – Exchange partition with table or index is not partitioned. Invalid sentence structure

I have 2 schemes TBCAM and AR_TBCAM. In TBCAM there is a table called BKP_COST_EVENT, which I partitioned and moved the partition data to another simple table in the AR_TBCAM scheme called BKP_COST_EVENT_P2016. Now the data has been moved to the AR_TBCAM schema via this query


Now I want to bring the partition data back into the original table BKP_COST_EVENT.
But if I put this query on AR_TBCAM


There is this error:

Error starting at line : 1 in command -
Error report -
ORA-14501: object is not partitioned
14501. 00000 -  "object is not partitioned"
*Cause:    Table or index is not partitioned.  Invalid syntax.
*Action:   Retry the command with correct syntax.

Can anyone suggest what I'm doing wrong? Or how to bring the data back to my TBCAM schema table BKP_COST_EVENT.
I did not delete partition p2016 in the original BKP_COST_EVENT

Probability – the validity of the sentence for each measurable sequence

To let $ (E, mathcal {A}, mu) $ be a finite measure space.


To let $ (f_n) _ {n geq 1} $ be a consequence of non-negative evaluated measurable functions.

Then there is a partial sequence $ (g_k) _k $ from $ (f_n) _n $ and a measurable function $ h _ { infty} $ so for every part-sequence $ (h_m) _m $ from $ (g_k) _k $ :: $$ frac {1} {i} sum_ {j = 1} ^ {i} {h_j} to h _ { infty} text {a.s. } $$

What can we say about a series of measurable functions? Is this sentence still valid?

Define nullable symbols and the first sentence of a grammar

I am practicing for an upcoming exam and am stumbled upon by a review problem. The problem gives the following grammar:

$$ S rightarrow AB $$$
$$ A rightarrow epsilon | a | (T) $$
$$ T rightarrow T, S | S $$
$$ B rightarrow b $$

As far as I can tell, the only nullable symbol is $ A $. It is the only non-terminal whose production contains the zero symbol $ epsilon $. I do not think so $ S $, that includes $ A $ is a nullable symbol in its production, since the same production also contains $ B $which is not a nullable symbol, and both $ A $ and $ B $ should be nullable for zero $ S $ also be nullable. Is $ A $ really the only nullable symbol in this grammar, or am I misinformed?

As far as the first sentence is concerned, I honestly only have problems following my professor's notes to create the first sentence. Could someone help here or point me to a good resource for it?

Thank you all.

java – Find a sentence in the values ​​of a card with streams (or other alternatives)

Well said, I have to find a set

Set set_posiciones = new HashSet(); 
    hash_Set.add("Lateral Derecho"); 

in the values ​​of a card

Map  jugadores = new TreeMap();
jugadores.put("Casillas", new JugadorSeleccion(1, "Casillas", "Portero"));
jugadores.put("Ramos", new JugadorSeleccion(15, "Ramos", "Lateral Derecho"));
jugadores.put("Pique", new JugadorSeleccion(13, "Pique", "Central"));
jugadores.put("Puyol", new JugadorSeleccion(5, "Puyol", "Central"));

but I would like to do it with streams and test it with filters and foreaches, I can’t imagine how to do it, I thought about it (I go through the set for each element of the card, but I didn’t just shoot it )

map.entrySet().stream().forEach(e ->{ que no veo);});

Any ideas or suggestions?
Thank you so much!