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Remove word "d/o" and "a/l" from a string

Posted on 2002-04-11
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Hi,

Would like to know how I can achieve what mentioned above.

$String = "My name is Jenny d/o Bill"
code the delete "d/o" ??
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$NewString = "My name is Jenny Bill"

Thanks,
Nick
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($NewString = $String) =~ s(d/o)()g;
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sorry, forgot about a/i :)

($NewString = $String) =~ s(d/o|a/i)()g;
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