Your task is to convert a text into medieval orthography.
jis converted to
Uat the beginning of words are converted to
Vat anywhere except the beginning of words are converted to
sis converted to
ſ(U+017F) unless at the end of the word or preceded by another
- A word is defined as a sequence of letters in
- All words will have at least two letters.
- The input will only consist of printable ASCII characters (U+0020 - U+007E).
- There will be no occurrences of more than two consecutive
s. That is,
ssswill not be a substring of the input.
Input Output ------------------------ Joy Ioy joy ioy Universe Vniuerſe universe vniuerſe Success Succeſs successfull ſucceſsfull Supervise Superuiſe supervise ſuperuiſe Super-vise Super-viſe I've I've majors maiors UNIVERSE VNIUERSE 0universe 0vniuerſe 0verify 0verify I0ve I0ve _UU_ _VU_ _VV_ _VU_ ss_ ſs_
Input: Christian Reader, I have for thy use collected this small Concordance, with no small labour. For being to comprise much in little roome, I was to make choyse of the most principall and usefull places, and to rank them under such words as I thought most essentiall and materiall in the sentence, because the scant roome allotted unto me, would not permit that I should expresse them under every word in the verse, as it is the manner in large Concordances. Output: Chriſtian Reader, I haue for thy vſe collected this ſmall Concordance, with no ſmall labour. For being to compriſe much in little roome, I was to make choyſe of the moſt principall and vſefull places, and to rank them vnder ſuch words as I thought moſt eſsentiall and materiall in the ſentence, becauſe the ſcant roome allotted vnto me, would not permit that I ſhould expreſse them vnder euery word in the verſe, as it is the manner in large Concordances.
The SHA-256 hash of the output of the last testcase is:
Medievall orthographie is not that conſtante. Pleaſe do not complayne if you ſhall ſee olde bookes with a different orthographie.