An Advance thank you for focusing on this problem. I have collated code from various threads and built something like the below one. I'm trying to build a batch file with this code to run in my download folder and its subfolders and further subfolders in each of them. If the filenames contain1. Underscore, "_" the rename should change to hyphen "-",2. Double underscore, "__" to hyphen "-" as well,3. Lower case alphabets, "abcdefgh..." in the name will be renamed to upper case, "ABCDEFGH..."
This code renames filenames to upper cases in subfolders as well but the rest of the code does not rename in subfolders. How can I make it functional?
@echo offsetlocal enableDelayedExpansion:: Changes to a directory and saves the previous directory to go back topushd C:\Users\XXXXXXXXX\Downloads\:: Critical that you USE this instead of a normal FOR command.:: A normal FOR command may attempt to rename a file twice.for /F "delims=" %%f in ('dir /B /S /E /C *') do (set "filename=%%~nxf"for %%A in (A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z) do (set "filename=!filename:%%A=%%A!")ren "%%~f" "!filename!" >nul 2>&1)for %%a in (*_*) do (for /F "delims=" %%f in ('dir /B /S /E /C *') do (set file=%%aren "!file!" "!file:_=-!"))for %%a in (*__*) do (for /F "delims=" %%f in ('dir /B /S /E /C *') do (set file=%%aren "!file!" "!file:__=-!"):: Goes back to the previous directory.popdendlocal
Is there a function built into Java that capitalizes the first character of each word in a String, and does not affect the others?
Miles O'Brien(B remains capital, this rules out Title Case)
Old McDonald would be find too, but I don't expect it to be THAT smart.)
A quick look at the Java String Documentation reveals only
toLowerCase(), which of course do not provide the desired behavior. Naturally, Google results are dominated by those two functions. It seems like a wheel that must have been invented already, so it couldn't hurt to ask so I can use it in the future.
I am trying to check a string for any Uppercase letter. my code shows NO UPPER for any input, may it be "sss", "Sss", "SSS"
if [[ "$pass" =~ [^a-zA-Z0-9] ]]then echo "Upper found"else echo "no upper"fi
I want to convert my string into opposite casing in sql using function.can someone help me??
I am able to do the first letter of the string but not middle letters
input:"hI mY Name IS Joe"
output:"Hi My nAME is jOE"
Is there a shortcut or function for upper/lower-casing the selected text in Sublime 3?