* Desikan ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) [Feb 09. 2002 03:33]:

> hi there,


> Have u tried this...
>   <?php
>     $string = 'foo';
>     print preg_replace("/^\s$string\s/",' ','bfoo foo foobar.') . "\n";
>     print eregi_replace("^[[:space:]]".$string."[[:space:]]",' ','bfoo
>     foo alfoobar.') . "\n";
>   ?>
> This is not working properly..

> Output I got is....

> bfoo foo foobar. bfoo foo alfoobar

You do realize that ^ is matching the beginning of a string, right?

Take out the ^ in each and you'll get the correct result.

> help me out....

Hope that helps.

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