with iOS 12, Apple released a new framework for language recognition and other interesting stuff. Is called NLLanguageRecognizer.
Use the Natural Language framework to perform tasks like language and script identification, tokenization, lemmatization, parts-of-speech tagging, and named entity recognition. You can also use this framework with Create ML to train and deploy custom natural language models.
Very often in Swift, you can see various methods called one each other and linked by a dot “.”.
These methods are called chained methods. Probably using Alamofire you already have seen this behaviour:
I need a cpp function (without using boost, obv) that split a string in parts using an other string as token.
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You want to remove the whitespaces at the end of the rows in your code?
if string start with string
Today a little tutorial to find a word in a big ordered text file using binary search in objective-c.
Metodo comodo comodo per ritornare da iso-8859-1 a utf-8 una stringa corretta: