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Creating a look up table

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I have a problem during creating a lookup table. I have to map some text to something else. For example LookUp{" Hello World"} = " Ok Hello";

My question is how do I map if there is a comma between Hello and World i.e Hello, World

LookUp{"Hello, World"} = "Ok Hello"; doesn't work. I am a novice, please help.
Oct 29 '08 #1
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The comma is no problem:

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  1. $LookUp{"Hello, World"} = "Ok Hello";
  2. print $LookUp{"Hello, World"};
So the problem is elsewhere in your code, that we can't see.
Oct 29 '08 #2

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