Akbar Home wrote:
> On May 7, 4:12 pm, akbarhome <akbarh... / gmail.com> wrote:
>> > ????·?????? Bruce Willis
>>
>> ??????
>> Lee xiao ming
> 
> Sorry. Fixed version:
> a.each {|x|
>    if x[0].to_i > 128 then
>      puts x.split(' ', 2)
>    else
>      puts x
>     end
> }
> 
> This code is quick and dirty.
Thanks.
But I was wrong. There are more Characters than Chinese and English that 
compose the strings. Now I see characters like ??, é, á... if x is one of 
these, x[0]> 128 as Chinese does, but I only want to separate Chinese.

so do you know what exactly range of the value Chinese Characters will 
return? or you can tell me where I can find this kind of information.



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