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Old 10-06-2010, 09:06 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by shall1028 View Post
Somewhere on MobileRead is a recent answer to this. It involved using regular expressions to convert apostrophes between letters to another character then bulk converting the remaining apostrophes to double quotes then converting the other character back to apostrophes. There was, I believe another step to deal with possessive apostrophes that follow s (as in "the Jones' house")
Thanks! Any idea where I might find it? I have been looking around for a while (actually, before you mentioned this) and I can't seem to find the solution. I've got this copy of Alice in Wonderland from Gutenberg ... and it's all single quotes. Most of the Gutenberg stuff is.
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