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#!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict; use warnings; use feature "switch"; my$z = "d"; my($a,$b,$c,$d,$e) = split(//, $z); given($a eq "a" || "b"|| "c" || "d"|| "e"||"f" || "g"|| "h"||"i" ||"j" + || "k"|| "l"||"m" || "n"|| "o"||"p" || "q"|| "r"||"s" || "t"|| "u"|| +"v" || "w"|| "x"||"y" || "z"){ when ('a'){ print "1";} when ('b'){print "2";} when ('c'){print "3";} when ('d'){print "4";} when ('e'){print "5";} when ('f'){print "6";} when ('g'){print "7";} when ('h'){print "8";} when ('i'){print "9";} when ('j'){print "10";} when ('k'){print "11";} when ('l'){print "12";} when ('m'){print "13";} when ('n'){print "14";} when ('o'){print "15";} when ('p'){print "16";} when ('q'){print "17";} when ('r'){print "18";} when ('s'){print "19";} when ('t'){print "20";} when ('u'){print "21";} when ('v'){print "22";} when ('w'){print "23";} when ('x'){print "24";} when ('y'){print "25";} when ('z'){print "26";} default{print 'Everything else'} }
When i executing this script i'm getting output only  2 . Please let us know.

In reply to Not getting desire output by using switch statement in Perl by rammohan

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