adamnt42 at gmail.com
Wed Nov 11 19:32:32 CET 2020
On 12/11/20 2:31 am, Gianluigi wrote:
> Hi guys,
> I had understood, obviously badly as I usually do, that each line of text
> should contain the maximum possible number of characters indicated (with
> the number), that hyphenation was not needed and that if a word was
> truncated it should end with a hyphen.
> *Attention* the code attached by me must not be used as it is certified "a
> real crap", but rest assured that soon you will have the opportunity to
> take advantage of the Bruce's perfect code (the one with a lowercase
> letter) ;-D
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Unfortunately, my "perfext code is in python and consists of a single
call to textwrap.wrap() See here for more info
I was merely trying to point out that it isn't as simple as it looks.
>> I had understood, obviously badly as I usually do, that each line of text
>> should contain the maximum possible number of characters indicated (with
That is a fair and alternate interpretation of the question and one I
should have put in my original post!
Perhaps having a look at how the IDE wraps code might be an idea? It
seems to do quite well with (silly) things like:
Dim MyName As String = "Mr. Michael Sean O'Reilly-Dogherty III (Jnr)"
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