Re-write A String And Convert Http Text Into Actual Web Links?

Nov 27, 2010

In my code below, I'm trying to re-write a string and convert and http text into actual web links.

It doesn't seem to be working and I think the problem may be that I'm rewriting the string and inserting another http string into the original string which then causes problems with the loop.


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