[EMAIL PROTECTED] (André Sannerholt) writes:
> Does anybody know how to "stop" an "explosion" of a string: Let me explain:
> $variable_aray=explode('-', $variable);
> I want the variable to be devided in only two other ones! If for example:
> $variable="Willy-Brandt-Platz-5"
> I want to have an array that looks like this:
> $variable_array[0] should be "Willy"
> $variable_array[1] should be "Brandt-Platz"

I guess you could use the "proper" regexp functions, like e.g.

  preg_match("/^(\w+)-(.*?)-\d/", $variable, $matches)

then $matches[1] and $matches[2] should (haven't tested) contain what
you want...

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