paulgabel at comcast.net
Wed Jun 24 13:05:23 EDT 2009
Thanks Jacque and Craig. Your ideas have helped me out.
I wonder why runrev can embed stacks/revlets in web pages but can't
come up with a "sort text by char" command. (It's sort of like the
proverbial "We can go to the moon, but we can't ..." question.) Maybe
string sorting is useless except in my situation.
On Jun 24, 2009, at 7:47 AM, J. Landman Gay wrote:
> DunbarX at aol.com wrote:
>> His text might already have returns in it, so when you filter them,
>> you will reformat pretty drastically. I think it better to use an
>> unlikely char. In HC, I always used numToChar(8), which was
>> invisible and took no "space". But there are plenty of others, and
>> you never see them while processing.
> Right, but it looked to me like he only wanted to sort the
> characters in a single "word"; i.e., a string. So there wouldn't
> likely be any carriage returns in that.
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