...and now it has been done. I wrote a program of about 60 lines, and it adds a dot before extensions of any length. Works like a charm.
Well, if you don't know what you are checking for, then I guess that would be a problem.surely,one can find the '.' but inserting '.' is not that easy.one should then know all
.com,.tk,.info etc sites .
Why would you ever need to find a dot? It seems to me, the poster wants to correct faulty email addresses that don't have dots separating the extension from the rest of the email address.Finding the '.' is easy - can be done with one for loop.
That is what the question is.But finding where one should be is far harder
With the program I wrote, if you start with "myinfocom", you end up with "myinfo.com", and if you start with "myinfo.com" you end up with no change.however if they have something like "myinfo.com", you'd end up with "my.info.com".