It's become somewhat of a tradition in PPCG that some users temporarily change their names by an anagram (a new name formed by reordering the letters of the old).
Sometimes it gets difficult to find out who is who. I could use a program or function to tell if two phrases are anagrams of each other.
The program of function should take two strings and produce a truthy result if they are anagrams of each other, and falsy otherwise.
- Input will only contain letters (ASCII 65 to 90 and 97 to 122), digits (ASCII 48 to 57) or space (ASCII 32).
- The anagram relation is independendent of case. So "Arm" and "RAM" are anagrams.
- Spaces don't count either. So "keyboard" and "Barked Yo" are anagrams
- All builtins allowed
- Input format is flexible (two strings, an array of two strings, a string containing both phrases with a suitable separator ...)
Code golf. Fewest bytes wins.
Lynn, Nyl N Digital Trauma, Tau Digital Arm Sp3000, P S 3000 Manage Trash So, Those anagrams
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