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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 25454] - new StringUtils.replaceChars behaves differently from old CharSetUtils.translate
Date Thu, 11 Dec 2003 23:17:21 GMT
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new StringUtils.replaceChars behaves differently from old CharSetUtils.translate





------- Additional Comments From loren@siebert.org  2003-12-11 23:17 -------
This sort of translate functionality exists in other languages, too. Perl and 
PHP both have them, and they work the way that translate() worked in 1.0.1. 
Regardless of what the new replaceChars() method is trying to do, it would be 
nice to have something backwards compatible with translate() that shares common 
behavior with similar methods in other languages.

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