A method that will require script

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#1 : 24/03-21 16:57
Posts: 2
I would like to know if it is possible to make a script that can put text, or symbol between say a unicode character such as chinese, japanese or korean characters and english text, and if anyone are able to do it

in other words ", " inserted between every spacing between chinese, japanese, korean script and english such as this:

杀手餐厅 Diner
武士马拉松 Samurai Marathon
메소드 Method
마더 Mother
독전 Believer
小さな恋のうた Little Love Song


杀手餐厅, Diner
武士马拉松, Samurai Marathon
메소드, Method
마더, Mother
독전, Believer
小さな恋のうた, Little Love Song

Thanks in advance

24/03-21 16:57
#2 : 24/03-21 19:06
David Lee
David Lee
Posts: 662
You don't need a script - just use a Replace method with a Regular Expression...

Replace: ([^a-z]*)( .*)
With: \1,\2
NOT Case sensitive
CHECK Use regular expressions

24/03-21 19:06
#3 : 24/03-21 19:18
Posts: 2
Reply to #2:
Thank you a lot, I can't say I understand exactly how it works but it seems to work fine, I was afraid the "," would end up elsewhere as well, between letters or anywhere where there is a space

I use the software very often and for several years but not "deep" like this

24/03-21 19:18
#4 : 24/03-21 20:07
David Lee
David Lee
Posts: 662
Reply to #3:
"[^a-z]" matches any character except those in the range "a to z" - the "^" character signifies "NOT"
Adding "*" (ie "[^a-z]*" ) matches a string of any number of such characters.
Placing the expression in parentheses captures the result in a variable: "\1"

"." represents any character - so similarly "( .*)" will capture the remaining string of any characters beginning with a space and save it in the variable "\2"

The replacement string \1,\2 simply places a comma between the two parts of the filename.

check out the User Guide at
https://www.advancedrenamer.com/user_guide/regul ar_expresions

Actually a better solution probably would be...

Replace: ([^\x00-\x7F]*)
with \1,

This will match a string of any non-ascii characters and add a comma.

or simply...

Replace: ([^ - ~])
with \1,

which will mask a string comprising non-printable ascii characters

24/03-21 20:07 - edited 24/03-21 20:08