Calculates various forms of soundex (English) including:
SoundexNARA - soundex as prescribed by the U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (Census) SoundexNum - (old school) soundex with numbers only result LevenshteinDistance - Evaluates how many additions/subtractions/substitutions are needed to make the strings identical DamerauLevenshteinDistance - Same as LevenshteinDistance, but also accounts for transposed (switched & adjacent) characters
Can someone please say me what i'm missing here?
this little problem is driving me crazy!
i feel so stupid that i have to ask this but why does this script thinks that "=" doesn't exist inside the dictionary?
$regex = ObjCreate("VBScript.RegExp") $regex.Pattern = "=" $regex.Global = True $regex.IgnoreCase = True $test = ObjCreate("scripting.dictionary") $test.add("=", 2) $sentence = "=" Local $find = $regex.execute($sentence) for $part in $find msgbox(0,1,$part.Value) MsgBox(0,2,$part.Value = "=") MsgBox(0,3,$test.exists("=")) msgbox(0,4,$test.exists($part)) ;this should be true! next
Thanks for any help