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Re^4: How to match String with Case Sensitive??

by Sachin (Acolyte)
on Oct 30, 2009 at 12:27 UTC ( #804145=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^3: How to match String with Case Sensitive??
in thread How to match String with Case Sensitive??

I also tried with chomp($test1); and chop($test1); method. but it's not working..

#! /usr/bin/perl my $test = "abc"; my $test1 = <STDIN>; # Suppose test1 = "AbC" print $test1; chop($test1); if($test =~ m#$test1#){ print "\n Both are Same"; } else{ print "\n Both are not Same"; }

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Re^5: How to match String with Case Sensitive??
by vitoco (Friar) on Oct 30, 2009 at 13:12 UTC

    Hey! You are trying to match a constant against a pattern got from an input string. Is that what you want? Then try what moritz suggested.

    If not, change to:

    if($test1 =~ m#$test#){

    But without i modifier, "abc" will never be the same as "AbC".

    Of course, to be "the same" instead of just "contains", use:

    if($test1 =~ m#^$test$#){


    if($test1 eq $test){

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