This function returns a string or an array with all occurrences of $search in $subject replaced with the given $replace value.
If you don't need fancy replacing rules (like regular expressions), you should always use this function instead of ereg_replace() or preg_replace().
declaration of str_replace
string str_replace ( mixed $search , mixed $replace , mixed $subject [, int &$count ] )
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comments for str_replace
On 23. May 2012 09:40 ankit wrote:
Nice Approach of yours....thanks
On 01. Nov 2011 19:44 butzi wrote:
@Dave: It is not a problem of the escape, it is a problem of the string delimiter ' instead of ". Double-Quotes are a to great risk for such a site.
On 12. Oct 2011 11:24 Dave wrote:
The $search value is unintentionally being escaped - so you can't use \n or \t etc, which would otherwise be valid.
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