At 13:38 22.11.2002, @ Nilaab spoke out and said:
>Ok, I know this is easy for most of you, and believe me I've been searching
>and trying to learn all about regular expressions, but I can't seem figure
>out how to allow addition of spaces between characters.
>$text = "Here is some text";
>Here, I want to be able to match the alpha characters as well as the spaces
>in between each word. So far I have:
>preg_match("/^[a-zA-Z]+$/", $text);
>But that only matches a single word without spaces. I would like to try to
>stay away from ereg and use preg_match instead because I heard preg_match is
>faster. ereg() has a way to match spaces by specifying [[:space:]], but I
>didn't get that solution to work either. How do I match $text to return

    preg_match('/^[a-zA-Z\s]+$/', $text);

\s - any [:space:]
\S - anything not [:space:]

   >O Ernest E. Vogelsinger 
   (\) ICQ #13394035 

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