[EMAIL PROTECTED] (Martin Lindhe) wrote:

 > Bug in str_replace(), PHP 4.0.6
 >      $text = "hello   world";
 >      $out = str_replace("  "," ",$text);
 >      echo $out;
 > Expected output:
 >      "hello world"   
 > Actual output:
 >      "hello  world"
 > Of course, this is what happens if str_replace() does replacements on input,
 > but not on the soon-to-be output it is working on. Is this to be expected,
 > or would it be ok to modify the functionality of str_replace()?

you should put it in a loop or something to get what you want.

Henrik Hansen

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