Given a string, capitalize it. By capitalization I mean
conTeNT-lENgth changes to
Content-Length. In the example I showed the string with 2 words with
- as the word boundary. However I expect you to write the code for the string containing any number of words separated by a single character as the boundary. This boundary may change across the string.
regular expressionsis not allowed.
- there could be any number of words in a sentence(string).
- each word will consist of
[a-zA-Z]of any case.
- different words in the sentence will be separated by a single character. This character will only be any one of
#. You can safely assume that sentence will not contain any other character except the mentioned ones.
- word boundaries should be preserved in the output.
- shortest code wins.
For example your program should output
Some test cases: "aGeNT ACcEpT/LEngTh-tYPe USeR raNgE.TyPe" "type&AgeNt/CC/COnteNt lEnGth#acCePT/AgeNt.RAnGe-Cc/contEnt/cODe" "cc/rEspoNCe.lEngtH#tYpE-witH&UsEr/bEgIN&uSer.AGEnT&begIn/aCCEPt/Cc" "lENgTH#USeR.tYpE/BeGiN&LENGth tYpe/ACCEpt#rANge/codE&AnD-ACCepT/ConTenT" "contENT/ACcEpT" "BeGin/wITH.tyPE&conTeNt" "Code.cc#User.lenGTh-USer-AND&tyPE TypE&leNgtH.tYPe usER.UseR&with" "RaNgE&COnTeNT WITh CoNTENT-TypE tyPe" "BEgin COdE#uSeR#aGeNt.USeR" "TypE LENGth"