So I have a list of the sentence and some of the words are split by a slash and when I am removing punctuality it removes all the slash but does not create space between those words.
What do I need to do?
lyrics = "Sing, sing a song/Let the world sing along/" +
"Sing of love there could be/Sing for you and for me/" +
"Sing, sing a song/Make it simple to last/" +
"Your whole life long/Don't worry that it's not/" +
"Good enough for anyone/Else to hear/" +
"Just sing, sing a song";
Punctuality refers to time (promptness). What you are asking about is punctuation.
The slash is not considered as ordinary punctuation, but it is often used, as it is here, to separate stanzas in structured text. If you wish to replace them, the best choice for replacement is to substitute an end-of-line for the slash. Although since you are actually just trying to extract words, you could also replace the slash with a space.
One caution about general use - the slash is also commonly used in English to indicate options. For example, to say "a and/or b", since English doesn't otherwise distinguish between "inclusive-or" and "exclusive-or". So swapping spaces for slashes is OK, but if I was to submits something like this:
In Spring/Summer when I feel the breezes/of the soft Gulfstream shores/I sigh with contentment/and ponder the sharks in the sea.
That would be a bit trickier to break into lines!
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Finding out you're wrong and refusing to admit it makes you LOOK foolish.