you actually don't need regex...
if you take a few minutes you can do it all with strpos and substr, adn
it'll be faster than regex.....

-----Original Message-----
From: Christian Dechery [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Tuesday, September 11, 2001 9:32 PM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: [PHP] real simple regex


I had to write my own mail() function cuz PHP's does not work in Windows
very well..

But I suck at regex and I need to get the email address from the field from
that can be something like:
$from = "Christian Dechery <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>";

so what I want is:
the string between '<' and '>' or the last 'word' of the 'sentence' (for
something like "\"Christian Dechery\" [EMAIL PROTECTED]").

thanks...

p.s: meu novo email  [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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. Christian Dechery (lemming)
. http://www.tanamesa.com.br
. Gaita-L Owner / Web Developer


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