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How do you assign a specific number to each letter in a sentence

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I'm new to C# and have scoured over the web for a solution. I have a string - a whole sentence that I want to assign a number to each letter, space, comma and period etc. So all "A's" will have the same number, all "B's" will have another number etc. I don't want to use the ASCII numbers because they all need to be sequential and some of the punctuation isn't. I have put the string into a char array to separate each character out and was thinking about running it through a loop with if statements for each letter and assigning numbers there and then saving the numbers in the order they appear into a list as a string but I keep coming up with errors so I don't know how to do it or if there is a better way to accomplish what I'm trying to do. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Feb 14 '14 #1
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Hello! Could you post your code? Thanks!
Feb 14 '14 #2

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