Is there a way to calculate word count in an article according to
For example: an article is written by three authors A, B, C. The total word
count of this article is 100 words. A write 60 word, B write 30 word, C
write 10 words. After the article is stable and no more editing, is there
any method that could list the word count for each author automatically?
__________ Information from ESET Smart Security, version of virus signature
database 3895 (20090227) __________
The message was checked by ESET Smart Security.
I can't believe in 1.14 that you have now removed the ability for
zh-tw users to make links to e.g., Special Pages using their zh-tw
To link to e.g., [[Special:Specialpages]],
[[特殊:特殊頁面]] can no longer be used, as now only this
[[特殊:特殊页面]] simplified Chinese link works.
The problem is, there is hardly anyone in the country (Taiwan) who has
the software configuration, any interest, nor often knowledge of even
how to read some simplified characters.
Sure, on the surface all is zh-tw, but the links are all loaded with
$ for i in --dump --source; do lynx $i http://radioscanningtw.jidanni.org/|
iconv -f utf8 -t big5|wc -l; done
iconv: illegal input sequence at position 5412
So now all one can use is
On Sat, Feb 28, 2009 at 3:53 PM, Daniel Friesen <dan_the_man(a)telus.net> wrote:
> It also completely screws up the redirected from line if you CTRL+Click
> on a number of redirects. ie: When trying to mass delete redirects
> tagged for deletion.
How so? Does the "redirected from" notice not appear at all, or does
the wrong one appear? I can imagine that there would be some cases
that would get messed up no matter what (e.g., loading the same page
twice from two different redirects at once), but I should think most
cases could be made to work properly.