Returns the portion of string specified by the $start and $length parameters.
If $start is non-negative, the returned string will start at the $start'th position in $string, counting from zero. For instance, in the string 'abcdef', the character at position 0 is 'a', the character at position 2 is 'c', and so forth.
declaration of substr
string substr ( string $string , int $start [, int $length ] )
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comments for substr
On 28. Dec 2017 14:32 Anna wrote:
Nice tool which clear my logic. I have also contributed in this topic, you would like it.
On 21. May 2014 13:27 butzi wrote:
@Matchendran: functions are not allowed within the textareas and input fields
On 21. May 2014 09:36 Matchendran wrote:
I tried to use some string functions in the $start and $length field, but its returning the value 0 instead of returning the correct value.Won't those fields take string functions as their input??
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