Shawn McKenzie wrote:
This preg_replace() should simply replace all "&" with "&" unless
the value is already "&"
But; if $value is simple a quote character ["] I get ""e". e.g.,
"test" => "e;test"e;
Search string and replace works as it should in Regex_Coach.
echo $value.'<br />';
$value=preg_replace("%&(?!amp;)%i", "&", $value);
I tried using \x26 for the "&" in the search string; didn't help.
This seems too obvious to be a bug. Using php5.2.9
Your code works for me, unless I'm misunderstanding the problem. With
$value = ""e;test"e;";
I may not have been very clear. Feed it just "test" with the quotes. You
should get back, "test" the same as you gave it. Instead, I get back
Like wise, if I give it just a single quote ["] I get back ["e;]
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