thanks for the info. i'll leave 2-param uses of strtr in my code alone. i have a replacement for the 3-param version.
btw: i have quite a long checklist of stuff to do when upgrading code for utf-8, including notes on about 100 functions. do you think it would be worth putting it on a wiki somewhere? On 3/25/09 6:32 AM, "Nisse Engström" <news.nospam.0ixbt...@luden.se> wrote: > On Tue, 24 Mar 2009 08:15:35 -0400, Tom Worster wrote: > >> On 3/23/09 2:02 PM, "Tom Worster" <f...@thefsb.org> wrote: >> >>> i havea general replacement or workaround for every php function in my code >>> that i know to be utf-8-unsafe. except one: strtr(). >> >> strtr() with three parameters is certainly unsafe. but my tests are showing >> that it may be ok with two parameters if the strings in the second parameter >> are well formed utf-8. >> >> does anyone know more? can confirm or contradict? > > The two-argument version of strtr() should work fine > since there are no collisions in utf-8 such that part > of one character matches part of a different character. > > The question is whether the function is binary safe. > The manual page doesn't say as far as I can tell. > Google came up with the following: > > strtr() made binary safe in PHP3: > <http://marc.info/?l=php-general&m=92740681805351&w=4> > > Two-argument version added in PHP4: > <http://php.net/ChangeLog-4.php> > > > /Nisse -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php