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Reverse Words

Reverse Words

Submitted By Takumi Murayama (zaudragon)

Description

This will reverse the words in the {}'s like this:
/rw{Hello this is zaudragon!} --> olleH siht si !nogarduaz

Hope you like it!

BTW I used the code of "Reverse Words" which is on malcolmadams.com/te/scripts/scripts06.shtml

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# by on 01/17/05 at 05:16:01

I have a script similar to this in my random display name generator. I think your code is considerably better AppleScript, but mine is 1337er, and runs faster cos of my fully-sic swapping algorithm (or not fully-sic as the case may be)! hehe... One thing that confuses me though, why do you only reverse the chars in each word? I reversed the whole sentence.

# by zaudragon on 01/17/05 at 18:00:59

It's the original script that did that, and look at the name of the script. "Reverse Words" reverses the words, not the sentence!

# by on 01/23/05 at 00:04:08

ooh this is awesome! i love it :D

# by Anonymous on 02/01/05 at 18:58:53

You know what would be nice? A script that leaves the first and last letters of the word alone, and randomly rearranges the middle letters.

# by meng_geulis on 02/07/07 at 23:07:23

ooh i looove it!!!

# by GoldenDragon on 10/05/08 at 14:31:52

Mm...I have a similar script, except it reverses the whole text, not only the words. I'm just wondering, why it won't return anything if I pass a string that has some non-ascii characters in it, like , . It works fine if the string contains only ascii characters. Snip: return do shell script "python -c "print unicode('''" & theText & "''', 'utf-8')[::-1]""
Oh, and on the Terminal, it works just fine with any characters.
/reverse{ASCII-compatible string} -> works
/reverse{Some non-ASCII compatible text, } -> does not work

# by GoldenDragon on 10/05/08 at 14:33:14

In the file this snippet is escaped correctly

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3.70 / 77 votes
Current Version: 1.0
Last Updated: 12/21/04
Credits:
freakman, for finding the original script and helping with testing, and malcolmadams.com for the original script itself ;)