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How do i print the sentence in reverse manner?

Not string reverse.Its sentense reverse.
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Updated 7-Apr-11 23:27pm
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musefan 8-Apr-11 4:53am
Please explain more. What language are you using? and what do you mean by reverse sentence? do you mean to write all or the words in reverse order?
Nuri Ismail 8-Apr-11 4:53am
Please, tag your question in order to clarify which programming language you use.
johannesnestler 8-Apr-11 5:06am
Just wondering. How can this be useful? Maybe homework, but I think the teacher should better create some "realistic" examples.
Sandeep Mewara 8-Apr-11 6:45am
No effort.
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 9-Apr-11 0:05am
No effort, bad formulation. Why are you people even bothered to Answer.
--SA

Solution 2

Break the sentence into individual words, then build a new sentence in reverse:
```string sentence = "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog";
string[] words = sentence.Split(' ');
StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder(sentence.Length);
string separator = "";
for (int i = words.Length; i > 0; i--)
{
sb.Append(separator);
sb.Append(words[i - 1]);
separator = " ";
}
Console.WriteLine(sb.ToString());
```

Solution 4

Lua:
Lua
```s = "alpha beta gamma #wer5"
t = {}
for w in string.gmatch(s, "([^%s]+)") do
table.insert(t,w)
end
for i = 1,#t do
io.write(t[#t-i+1] .. " ")
end```

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Wendelius 8-Apr-11 13:35pm
Nice :)

Solution 5

And one more version :) :
C#
```public static class Reverser {
public class Word {
public int Index { get; set; }
public string TheWord { get; set; }
}
public static string DoTheJob(string sentence) {
int counter = 0;
string result;

var query = from word in sentence.Split(' ')
select new Word {
Index = counter++,
TheWord = word
};
result = string.Join(" ", query.OrderByDescending(i => i.Index).Select(i => i.TheWord).ToArray<object>());

return result;
}
}```

The usage:
C#
`Reverser.DoTheJob("Some string in here");`

And the output
`here in string Some`

RaviRanjanKr 8-Apr-11 13:14pm
Good One! My 5
Wendelius 8-Apr-11 13:35pm
Thanks, too much spare time I guess :)
CPallini 8-Apr-11 14:31pm
5. Reversing is apparently fascinating.
Wendelius 8-Apr-11 14:35pm
Thanks, reversing is definitely one of the most rewarding tasks in life, has to be :)

Solution 1

Here is my guess. It is in C#

to reverse a sentence...

```string result = "";
string sentence = "This is a sentence";

string[] words = sentence.Split(' ');
for(int i = words.Count - 1; i >= 0; i--)
result += words[i] + " ";

result = result.Trim();
//result is now "sentence a is This"```

Solution 3

Here is my C++ version:
C++
```#include <iostream>
#include <sstream>
#include <string>
#include <vector>

int main()
{
// Our test string
std::string str = "One Two Three Four Five";

// Extract words from sentence
std::vector<std::string> words;
std::istringstream iss(str);
for(std::string word; iss >> word; words.push_back(word));

// Fill the new string with extracted words in reverse order
std::string rwstr;
for(int i = words.size() - 1; i >= 0; rwstr += words[i--] + " ");

// Check the results
std::cout << "\n Original string: " << str;  // Prints: One Two Three Four Five
std::cout << "\n Word order reversed: " << rwstr; // Prints: Five Four Three Two One
return 0;
}```

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