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Date: Wed, 3 Mar 2010 13:50:34 -0600
From: Minga Minga <>
Subject: Question about Az and the use the commas

Trying to learn the new/better syntax of using Az in a rule:

I have the line:

1) Capitalizes the first character
2) Adds a special character to the end of the word
3) Adds a number to the end of word (after the special char)

Example output:
Password!0      ... etc
Password%9    ... etc


1) Is there a better way to append special characters ?
    - besides listing all of them in a giant ugly [!@#] command?

2) is there a better way to append the number 0 1 2 3 4 ... 9 ?
    - besides [0123456789]

3) Is there a way (using the new Az syntax to append a 'comma' to a string?
-   I have tried Az[!,], and Az[!\,], to no avail
-   Obviously the method $, works as well. I could mix that in. But would
    prefer not to.


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