have this function with whe work cuts the word inbetween which i

words = “Kid games need to be both fun and educational. Aimed at ages
pre-K through middle school, safe environment to discover their
abilities and learn new skills with interactive and fun computer
games. Our games build skills in math, logic, memory, vocabulary,
alphabet, spelling, geography, computer skills, color identification,
shape identification and other various problem solving. Our commitment
to parents, teachers, and kids, is to connect earning and skill
building with a sense of challenge, fun, and self esteem.”

line_length = 40

word_arry = words.split(" ")

text = (0…(words.length / line_length)).inject([]) {|v,num| start =
num * line_length; v << %Q{<= #{words[(start)…(start +
line_length)]} =>}}
text.join("\n")

@counter=""
text.each do |ts|

@counter += ts + “”

end

thanks

On Wed, May 27, 2009 at 12:31 PM, Ruby O.
[email protected] wrote:

to parents, teachers, and kids, is to connect earning and skill

@counter=“”
text.each do |ts|

@counter += ts + “

end

thanks

words.scan(/.{0,#{line_length}}\s*(?:\b)/)

Andrew T.
http://ramblingsonrails.com

http://MyMvelope.com - The SIMPLE way to manage your savings

On May 27, 11:31 am, Ruby O. [email protected]
wrote:

have this function with whe work cuts the word inbetween which i

You don’t necessarily get the most help by posting essentially the
same thing 4 times. If I were you i’d be working with the array of
split up words (word_arry in your code) rather than trying to slice up
words

Fred

On Wed, May 27, 2009 at 12:50 PM, Julian L.
[email protected] wrote:

Sorry to be a pain.

Use simpler sentences, if you need to.
I don’t understand the problem.

Julian.

Just by the way, this is exactly why test/behaviour driven development
works so well.
If you provided a test/spec with your expectations, it makes it much
easier for
a) you to solve your own problem,
b) us to know we’re solving the problem correctly.

Andrew T.
http://ramblingsonrails.com

http://MyMvelope.com - The SIMPLE way to manage your savings

On 27/05/2009, at 8:55 PM, Andrew T. wrote:

Just by the way, this is exactly why test/behaviour driven development
works so well.
If you provided a test/spec with your expectations, it makes it much
easier for
a) you to solve your own problem,
b) us to know we’re solving the problem correctly.

Andrew T.
http://ramblingsonrails.com

I couldn’t agree more.

Julian.

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Julian L. wrote:

On 27/05/2009, at 8:31 PM, Ruby O. wrote:

have this function with whe work cuts the word inbetween which i

Sorry to be a pain.

Use simpler sentences, if you need to.

I don’t understand the problem.

Julian.

Learn: http://sensei.zenunit.com/
Last updated 20-May-09 (Rails, Basic Unix)
Blog: http://random8.zenunit.com/

this is the complete code of controller function

def show
words = “Kid games need to be both fun and educational. Aimed at
ages
pre-K through middle school, safe environment to discover their
abilities and learn new skills with interactive and fun computer
games. Our games build skills in math, logic, memory, vocabulary,
alphabet, spelling, geography, computer skills, color identification,
shape identification and other various problem solving. Our commitment
to parents, teachers, and kids, is to connect earning and skill
building with a sense of challenge, fun, and self esteem.”

line_length = 40

word_arry = words.split(" ")

text = (0…(words.length / line_length)).inject([]) {|v,num| start =
num * line_length; v << %Q{<= #{words[(start)…(start +
line_length)]} =>}}
text.join(“\n”)

@counter=“”
text.each do |ts|

@counter += ts + “

end

@counter = @counter.sub(‘<=’, ‘’)
@counter = @counter.split(/(\s+)/).reverse.join(‘’)
@counter = @counter.sub(‘=>’, ‘’)
@counter = @counter.split(/(\s+)/).reverse.join(‘’)

abort @counter
end

this produces the output

Kid games need to be both fun and educat =>
<= ional. Aimed at ages pre-K through middl =>
<= e school, safe environment to discover t =>
<= heir abilities and learn new skills with =>
<= interactive and fun computer games. Our =>
<= games build skills in math, logic, memo =>
<= ry, vocabulary, alphabet, spelling, geog =>
<= raphy, computer skills, color identifica =>
<= tion, shape identification and other var =>
<= ious problem solving. Our commitment to =>
<= parents, teachers, and kids, is to conne =>
<= ct earning and skill building with a sen =>
<= se of challenge, fun, and self esteem.

you can see the words are being cut inbetween,iwant rather they do not
come in the line of if they come should come as complete word.

Thanks and regards

words = “Kid games need to be both fun and educational. Aimed at ages
pre-K through middle school, safe environment to discover their
abilities and learn new skills with interactive and fun computer
games. Our games build skills in math, logic, memory, vocabulary,
alphabet, spelling, geography, computer skills, color identification,
shape identification and other various problem solving. Our commitment
to parents, teachers, and kids, is to connect earning and skill
building with a sense of challenge, fun, and self esteem.”

word_arry = words.split(" ")

count=0
line_text=“<=”
word_arry.each {|word|
count+=word.length
if count > 40
count=0
line_text+=“=>\n<=”+word+" "
else
#puts count.to_s
end_txt = (count > 38) ? word : word+" "
line_text+=end_txt
end
}
line_text+=“=>”

puts line_text

On Wed, May 27, 2009 at 4:01 PM, Ruby O.
[email protected]wrote:

to parents, teachers, and kids, is to connect earning and skill

Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.

With regards,
Arunkumar B.
9789980534.
http://thinkingrails.blogspot.com

following is the method which trims the string which passes as an
argument and trims if it’s length is greater than collength.

def trimstring(string, collength)
if(string.length>collength)
@str = “”
col = 0
@lines = 0…(string.length/collength)
for @line in @lines
@str += string[col,collength] + “

col = col+collength
end
return @str
else
return string
end
end

On 27/05/2009, at 8:31 PM, Ruby O. wrote:

have this function with whe work cuts the word inbetween which i

Sorry to be a pain.