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by Paul E. Bible
A Non-MFC String Class for use in ATL components
by Ralph Walden
A function which doesn't require changing the case of the strings, and was also DBCS (double-byte character set) friendly.
by Adam Nelson
Surveys other phonetic matching techniques, and presents additional resources on the subject.
by fabio bussu
MatchKit is a .NET Library that provides a set of classes to build patterns to match simple and complex strings

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