longest common substring problem

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    hi all;

    now i am trying to solve a problem called longest common substring..this problem is to find the longest string (or strings) that is a substring (or are substrings) of two or more strings.

    example: search
    researcher

    the longest common substring is search..i couldn't find the answer i am doing something wrong but i don't know where..can you help me?

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    can you help me?
    If you post what you have this far, or at least a description of the steps how you would tackle it.
    I might be wrong.

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    i have written some codes but they are useless i think..i just want to learn the way..i don't know trees but i think in this problem i must use trees is there any other way to do it?

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    I think it would better benefit you if you did it on your own, rather than getting someone else to do it for you. It would certainly help when test time comes around.
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