> You need to pass a second and third array to array_map() with the same number 
> of elements as the first array. The arguments to the callback function are 
> the elements from each array at the same offset.

Wow, thanks for the clarification.  I've decided to create my own
function and use that instead both because I found that there is some
other cleaning to do to the string and that code you posted is way too
convoluted to read!  :)


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