On Jun 3, 2012, at 17:28, "Chris Purves" <ch...@northfolk.ca> wrote:

> I know that the text ends 'end', but I don't know what the Something,
> something is.  I am using preg_match as follows:
> preg_match('/[^>]*end/',$curl_response,$matches);
> I want to match 'end' and everything before it that is not '>'.

You need to match something at the beginning. Try this:

preg_match('/>([^>]*end)/', $curl_response, $matches);

Assuming a match, you can then look to $matches[1] for your content.

Bob Williams

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