Thanks for replying ReDucTor but that didn't work either. I tried
$line = explode("[(&|//)]", $field); and
$line = explode("[(&|////)]", $field); and
$line = explode("[(&|\/\/)]", $field);
with no success. Any other ideas?

On Thu, 5 Jul 2001 04:50:29   
 ReDucTor wrote:
>$line = explode("[(&|//)]",$field); should work, or you might have to put
>//// but thats not \ so you shouldn't need to comment out the slash...
>----- Original Message -----
>From: David A Dickson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>To: php-general <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>Sent: Thursday, July 05, 2001 4:37 AM
>Subject: [PHP] split() function
>> I have a comma separated spreadsheet with one field that contains two
>dates. the dates are formatted as dd/mm/yy and separated by either '&' or
>'//' ex:3/12/92&28/1/93 or 3/12/92//28/1/93
>> Problem: I need to split the field at the '&' or '//' separator but if I
>> split('[&//]', $field);
>> it splits on the '/' not the '//'.
>> Can I do this in one function call to split() or will I have to do it

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