Preg Replace - @ Sign In Replace


Oct 14, 2007

$string = preg_replace('/m[^a-z]*y[^a-z]*s[^a-z]*p[^a-z]*a[^a-z]*c[^a-z]*e/i', 'test', $string);

//this filters out the work myspace with any thing in between the letters I want to //modify it to also match when a user uses the @ sign in replace of the a in myspace.

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Preg Replace - Preg_replace Oddity With £ Pound Sign

I am applying the following function

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Code:
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Ereg Replace Or Preg Replace

I have HTML content that I want to do a search and replace of urls. If the content contains an <a href="" I want it to take the content and append an id to the end. For example:

<p>content here <a href="http://www.somewhere.com/">link</a></p>

would change to:

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and

<p>content here <a href="http://www.somewhere.com/?var=1">link</a></p>

would change to:

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Preg Replace / Preg Match For Href In Html Link?

have a regular expression to replace the following code:

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with:

<a href="newLink">hi</a>

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Use Preg Match And Replace To Replace Li Tags Within Ol Tags?

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<ol>
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<li></li>
</ol>
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<li></li>
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This php code works well if the page only contains ol tags, but if it contains both ul and ol tags for some reason it changes li tags inside ul tags too and I only want it to replace it within ol tags. What could be the problem and how can i fix it?

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I would like to know how I would go about changing my links throughout a document using preg_replace.

For example.

I have links called foo.php throughout my document I want to change it to new.php how would I go about doing this using preg_replace and prevent myself from typing it manually throughout the document.

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Preg Replace And URLs

Hi, I'm having some problems with my URL-code, which automatically turns adressess into urls.

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Trim Preg Replace...

im using:

if($varCheck && trim(preg_replace("/[a-zA-Z0-9,@._]+/", "", $varCheck))) $stop = true;
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{
blah
}

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Preg Replace Beginning

I have a filename such as admin_press.php. I want to do a preg_replace so that I end up with just "press". I can get it to remove "admin_" or ".php", but never together. How would I go about doing that? This is what I was hoping would work, but it removes everything.

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Preg Replace With Variables

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Preg Replace Problem

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I have a form box where users enter in directions (one per line). I then turn each line into a list item <li>. The problem is that when people enter a blank line at the end it creates a new list item. So I tried the following preg_replace to strip out extra lines at the end of the string.

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EDIT Modified the function slightly to reflect my actual usage - sorry about that.

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<?php
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