On Sunday 04 August 2002 01:44, Jürgen wrote:

> Anybody please tell me why the following is not working
> $test = "Hello, end why is not workin, END.";
> //before
> echo $test .  "<br>";
> //Finds beginning of a line, followed by e or E, and replaces it with A. At
> least it should do it, but it doesn't ?
> $tes = preg_replace("/^[eE]/", "A",  $test);

This should work. However if you're using $test as defined above it does not 
start with 'e' or 'E' so what output did you expect??

Jason Wong -> Gremlins Associates -> www.gremlins.com.hk
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