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Hello haukex


perl -M"0;@h{split'','ARNDBCEQZGHILKMFPSTWYV'}=(1..22)"-pne "s/([A-Z]) +/$h{$1} /g"


update (also edited the title for personal indexing purpose)

perl -pe 's/[A-Z]/(index" ARNDBCEQZGHILKMFPSTWYV",$&).$"/ge' input.txt


perl -pe 's/\S/(index" ARNDBCEQZGHILKMFPSTWYV",$&).$"/ge' input.txt

the above is wrong.. but..

perl -pe 's/\w/(index"0ARNDBCEQZGHILKMFPSTWYV",$&).$"/ge' input.txt

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meh.. I had a -1 for not coresponding string in index also it seems that second column is not wanted.. a longer version is needed

perl -pe 's/\s.//,s/\w/(index"0ARNDBCEQZGHILKMFPSTWYV",$&).$"/eg' input.txt


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In reply to Re: A little golfing challenge: Replacing letters with numbers -- oneliner by Discipulus
in thread A little golfing challenge: Replacing letters with numbers by haukex

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