Separate text characters from numerical characters

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#1 : 21/03-14 04:41
David
David
Posts: 60
I am looking for a method to separate text characters from numerical characters

For example I want CS & 8.0 to be separated in this example
Graffiti On Walls 4 Adobe Photoshop CS8.0

So that the new filename would be
Graffiti On Walls 4 Adobe Photoshop CS 8.0

Another Example I want Technology and 3rd to be separated in this example
Academic Press Encyclopedia Of Physical Science And Technology3rd Edition Chemical Engineering

Would now read
Academic Press Encyclopedia Of Physical Science And Technology 3rd Edition Chemical Engineering


21/03-14 04:41 - edited 21/03-14 04:43
#2 : 21/03-14 07:13
Stefan
Stefan
Posts: 264
Reply to #1:


RegEx search for a char followed immediately by one digit, group each of both matches into (...) .
Then replace by using \1 \2 with what was captured in (...), but add a space your self in between.

Search: ([a-z])(\d)
Replace: \1~\2


Note: instead of ~ insert a blank space.



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21/03-14 07:13
#3 : 22/03-14 07:23
David
David
Posts: 60
Reply to #2:

That is so awesome thanks so much it worked perfectly.


22/03-14 07:23