On Sunday 04 August 2002 03:47, Jürgen wrote:
> Well, i know it should work, but it does not work.
> Even if i Change the first letter into e or E it does not work.
> This is so frustrating, this is prolly the most easiest regular expression
> i could start with and yet i fail and nobody seems to know why it aint
> working neither....
> > This should work. However if you're using $test as defined above it does
> > start with 'e' or 'E' so what output did you expect??
So you're saying this:
echo preg_replace("/^[eE]/", "A", "Eek!");
Does not result in "Aek!" ?
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