I don't really get it! in preg_match_all()
the $matches array what will it contain?

i mean $matches[0] is the whole match, and every $match[0][1] $match[0][2]
$match[0][n] is my subexpression.
now what does the $match[1] have? or $match[2] ?

I usually use these modifiers: "/is"

"Cc Zona" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> In article <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>,
>  [EMAIL PROTECTED] (_lallous) wrote:
> > If i have this string: "1 2 3 4 5 6 7 no more!"
> > and this regular expression: "([0-9]+)"
> >
> > now how can i run preg_match to get result by result until no results
> > returned?
> <http://php.net/preg_match_all>
> --
> CC

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