I want to find whether 2 strings are matching...
consider the 2 strings,
my $string1 = ~cake,pastry
my $string2 = pastry,~cake
the result should be the string1 & string2 are matching...as they are having same words in different order.
and if the 2 strings are
my $string1 = cake,pastry
my $string2 = ~cake,pastry
then the result should be the 2 strings are not matching...
though they are in the same order,"cake" is different from "~cake"
I searched in Q&A section but didnot find the correct solution.sorry to bother if the answere is already present here.
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