Polishing raw text is not always trivial, and when you’d like to make sure names or texts are well-formed, and each word starts with a capital letter, it typically involves much work.
Funny enough, every CultureInfo object has a built-in ToTitleCase() method that does the job for you. If you convert the raw text to all lowercase before, it also takes care of all uppercase words:
$text = "here is some TEXT that I would like to title-case (all words start with an uppercase letter)" $textInfo = (Get-Culture).TextInfo $textInfo.ToTitleCase($text) $textInfo.ToTitleCase($text.ToLower())
Here is the result:
Here Is Some TEXT That I Would Like To Title-Case (All Words Start With An Upper Letter Here Is Some Text That I Would Like To Title-Case (All Words Start With An Upper Letter
This method may be especially useful for list of names.
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