The String-to-String Correction Problem with Block Moves
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    The String-to-String Correction Problem with Block Moves

    Hello ,
    Does anyone have a code for theThe String-to-String Correction Problem with
    Block Moves' or similiar program to detect a block move in a file.

    Thankyou
    Shn

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    Re: The String-to-String Correction Problem with Block Moves

    Hello,
    the problem has been resolved.

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    Re: The String-to-String Correction Problem with Block Moves

    Thanks for updating the thread and glad to hear you have resolved your problem.
    Any chance of explaining how you resolved it (eg links to references, code etc) so anyone else with the same problem in the future can be helped.
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    Re: The String-to-String Correction Problem with Block Moves

    I was initially trying to implement a program to detect block moves and this algorithm was doing the same. My aim was to compare two versions of a files and find the differences in both the files, like the insert, delete and 'Move'. I found a Diff program on internet which was quite helpful. I have attached the link below if anyone wants to have a look.
    https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/xml...util/Diff.java

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