# Strings: YXZ, ABC

Sure, I see two strings here: "YXZ" and "ABC". What would you like to do with these strings? Are you interested in comparing them, concatenating them, or something else? Please provide more details so I can assist you better.

Sure, here are the strings you provided, adjusted as per your request:

- XYZ
- ABC

Sure, here's a prompt that you can use:

"Given a string of three letters, rearrange the letters to match the order of the English alphabet. For example, if the input string is 'YXZ', the output should be 'XYZ'. Similarly, if the input string is 'CBA', the output should be 'ABC'. Please note that this task assumes all letters in the string are distinct and are uppercase English letters."

Please provide a string of three distinct uppercase English letters for this task.

**Wolfram**

Sure, here is a pure function in Mathematica (Wolfram Language) that accomplishes this task:

`mathematica````
alphabetizeString[s_String] := StringJoin[Sort[Characters[s]]]
```

This function takes a string as input, breaks it into individual characters, sorts them in alphabetical order, and then joins them back together into a single string.

When we apply this function to the string "PWA", we get:

`mathematica````
alphabetizeString["PWA"]
```

The output is: "APW"