**Tell us what’s happening:**

Is the test set correct?

For one of the examples/tests the input is `markov(["A -> apple","B -> bag","S -> .shop","T -> the","the shop -> my brother","a never used -> .terminating rule"],"I bought a B of As from T S.")`

. Following the markov algorithm my code produces '‘I bought a bag of apples from the .shop.’, but the test expects ‘I bought a bag of apples from T shop.’. Why is the ‘T’ not getting replaced?

**Your code so far**

```
function markov(rules,data) {
let ruleTuples = rules.map(ruleString => ruleString.split(' -> '));
let processing = true;
while(processing){
let matched = false;
for(let i = 0; i < ruleTuples.length; i++){
let ruleMatchString = ruleTuples[i][0];
let ruleIndex = data.indexOf(ruleMatchString);
if(ruleIndex != -1){
matched = i < ruleTuples.length - 1;
data = data.substring(0, ruleIndex) +
ruleTuples[i][1] +
data.substring(ruleIndex + ruleTuples[i][0].length);
break;
}
}
if(!matched){
processing = false;
}
}
return data;
}
markov([
"A -> apple",
"B -> bag",
"S -> .shop",
"T -> the",
"the shop -> my brother",
"a never used -> .terminating rule"
],
"I bought a B of As from T S.")
```

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**Challenge:** Rosetta Code - Execute a Markov algorithm

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