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Checking to see if a part of a string exist in a certain string

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Suppose I have a string: PPP code.servername.iga.app.bbrc-object
and it is stored in a variable
$RC_LABEL

how do I CHECK TO SEE USING AN IF STMT
TO DETERMINE IF iga.app.bbrc-object IS PRESENT IN THE
WHOLE STRING( PPP code.servername.iga.app.bbrc-object)

THANKS.
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use the following statement:

if ($RC_LABEL =~ /iga.app.bbrc-object/)  
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by:clockwatcher
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You may want to escape those periods.

if ($RC_LABEL =~ /iga\.app\.bbrc-object/)

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by:shlomoy
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if ($RC_LABEL eq "iga.app.bbrc-object")


if you want to check if your string is equal to "iga.app.bbrc-object"
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THANKS AGAIN!!!
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