why is it bad?

At 19:45 21.1. 2001, Jan Borsodi wrote the following:
>Is there any plans to extend str_replace and ereg_replace to accept
>arrays in the same manner as preg_replace does?
>At the moment using preg_replace on arrays are faster than iterating
>trough the arrays and passing them to str_replace, which is bad.
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