You can disregard this, it's wrong (I missed a part of the requirements
:) and there's other solutions already provided (my email client is
weird when you switch to a folder it always displays the first entry as
the last read, so sometimes I miss that there are new posts above... I
just switched a few weeks ago.
Robert Cummings wrote:
I’m tryng to make some replacements on a string.
Everything goês fine until the regular expression.
$file = "screens/temp/7a45gfdi6icpan1jtb1j99o925_1_main.jpg";
echo $a = str_replace(array(7a45gfdi6icpan1jtb1j99o925,
'temp/',’_([0-9])’), array(“test”,"",””), $file)
The idea is to remove /temp and the last _1 from the file name..but i’m only
I want it to be: screens/test_main.jpg
Sometimes it's helpful to break a problem into smaller problems:
$a = str_replace( '/temp/', '/', $file );
$a = preg_replace( '#_\d+_#', '_', $a );
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