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strstr():Finds the first occurrence of a string

  Topic » Language » PHP » String
Post By : Rainrays At 2010-05-10 16:11:46

string strstr ( string str, string needle )
string stristr ( string str, string needle )


Ex.


$url = "www.xxx.com";
$domain = strstr ($url, ".");
echo $domain;

?>
O/P: .xxx.com
In this example in which you are attempting to find the domain name of the current string, the strstr() function finds the first instance of the dot (.) character and then outputs everything starting with the first instance of the dot. In this case, the output would be `.xxx.com`.




strip_tags()

Mostly this function is use in front end of website when we fill the form this function Strip HTML and PHP tags from a string string strip_tags ( [string $str], [string $allowable_tags] ) we can understand this function with the help of example:  

Hello World.

My text'; echo $text_data; echo "
"; echo strip_tags($text_data); echo "
";

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