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Compare One String with Another: Classic ASP

Posted on 2011-02-21
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Hi Experts,

Cant get my head round this classic ASP problem.

Have myString = "test" and yourString="test this string"

I  want youString to equal "this test" if myString = "test"

Or in another way take out a word in yourString if it equals myString.

Cheers,
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Pratima Pharande earned 500 total points
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take out a word in yourString if it equals myString.
means

 myString = "test" and yourString="test this string"
result :this string


myString = "test"
yourString = "test this string"
yourString = Replace(yourString, "myString", "")

Response.Write yourString
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Thanks. Definitely not thinking straight today!
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