On Wednesday 17 July 2002 05:36, Scott Fletcher wrote: > I have been looking around in the PHP function listing for a function that > can find or match one character from a string. I thought it would be > something like post_str() or something but never found anything close to > that. I get the idea of post and str from the SQL command. I did check > the ereg() but it is so confusing, no clear instruction on it. > > --clip-- > $str = ""; > $str = "X"; > $str = "XY" > $str = "Y"; > $str = "YX"; > --clip-- > > Those same variables from above, I only need to know if hte "X" exist in > the string, nothing else.
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