Kind of stuck on starting a problem..
Here is the question:
From looking at the question i'm guessing that I need to somehow get my program to recognize what the first word in the inputted sentence is. How exactly would I do this? I'm guessing it has something to do with stopping when the program reads an empty space like " " but i'm not sure how to do this.
Write a program that will read a line of text as input and then display the line with the first word moved to the end of the line. For example, a possible
sample interaction with the user might be
Enter a line of text. No punctuation please. Java is the language I have rephrased that line to read: Is the language Java
Assume that there is no space before the first word and that the end of the first word is indicated by a blank, not by a comma or other punctuation. Note that the new first word must begin with a capital letter.
Perhaps finding the length of the first word and than printing all of the characters of the first word after the entered sentence? But than I don't know how to get rid of the first word from the start of the sentence :confused:
All I really need is to know how to split and recognize words in a sentence. I know there was a split feature in python that recognizes words because of blank spaces in between them: " "