i am a 4th year student doing my final project on java i could request you to write me an abstract and a code for the following-
'A SPELL CHECKER THAT MAKES USE OF A HASH TABL
it should not in corparate with the dictonary.
thanks in advance!
Hey,guys,I make a useful app to debug webpage on iOS.It's free,always be free!And no ADs!But I don't know how to make people who works on mobile web app to know about it.In order to make it better I need to know what they want. Here is the app.
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1.Show WebKit Debug Borders(Compositing Render Layers).
2.Show Webkit Repaint Counter(Paint Rects).
3.Full screen mode(Shake Device To Toggle Full Screen Mode).
I have scenario where a string can contain '$' only at the start, I was able to create a regular expression for this validation, but now another scenario is the same string can be repeated by a ',' delimiter. Now what happens is since I don't allow the '$' in the string except for the first position, when I repeat the same string after ',' starting with '$' the validation fails.
Is there anyway in which we can restrict a character uptil some delimiter and then again allow it?
Any pointers would be appreciated.
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