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, 8 Oct 2012 CPOL 1
Try modifying this to what you want...First, add reference to the namespace Microsoft.VisualBasicthis, allows Strings.Mid to be available.using Microsoft.VisualBasic;string First = "Hello"; string Test = "Wello"; int unMatch = 0; int Place =...

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