Re: Inserting into a String
"David">> If you've got a long string and want to avoid deep recursion, > > But it was tail recursion, so an alternative is just to have faith > that the implementers implement it in a way that the depth has no > effect. Whenever I write something that has deep recursion in it, Dimitre shouts at me, so I've started trying to avoid it. Something about not all processors optimising tail recursion and some of them crashing spectacularly over a certain depth. > Of course neither your nor my solution is quite as concise as > > bash$ echo fooBarJones | sed -e "s/\([A-Z]\)/_\1/g" > foo_Bar_Jones Cheat. Do the capitalisation too :) But don't mistake me - no argument from me that regular expressions are much better suited than XSLT to string manipulation. Jeni --- Jeni Tennison http://www.jenitennison.com/ XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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