On Tue, 21 Aug 2001 16:49, Jens Schodt wrote:
> $temp = str_replace("\n","test",$temp) is doing the same thing. It is
> still a string in several lines if you look in the source :-(
> -----Oprindelig meddelelse-----
> Fra: Tyler Longren [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sendt: 20. august 2001 20:20
> Til: Jens
> Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Emne: Re: [PHP] converting str with \n to one line str??
> You could use str_replace().
> Tyler Longren
> Captain Jack Communications
> [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> On Mon, 20 Aug 2001 20:15:54 +0200
> "Jens" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > data i
> > need from the database it often has a lot of <br> and \n (new lines)
> > in it.
> > string, but
> > the \n are. The string has to be all in one line.
> > example:
> > <? $temp = "here
> > I
> > am"; ?>
> > <script>var temp = <? echo $temp?> </script>
> > This is not working!! But this would :
> > <? $temp = "here I am"; ?>
> > <script>var temp = '<? echo $temp?>'; </script>
> > Can you help me please?
> > thanks Jens
Regular expressions? There is an example for ereg_replace in the manual
that does just this:
$string = ereg_replace ("\n", "", $string);
/* Get rid of any newline characters in $string. */
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