if you're just looking for the 1st occurrence of the
string, it's--

$check = "good";
$var = "This is a good...";

if (!strstr($var, $check)) {
print("$check not found");

also, i think strstr() is case-insensitive, so it
won't be able to differentiate between 'Good' and
'good', and will NOT return FALSE if 'Good' precedes
'good' in the string...


--- Brandon Orther <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hello,
> I have a variable with a string in it.  I want to
> check if in that
> string a certain word is in it.  Example
> $var = "This is a good sentence";
> $check = look("good", $var);
> and $check would equal 1 since "good" is in that
> string
> does anyone know how to do this?

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