LXXXIX. Regular Expression Functions (POSIX Extended)


Megjegyzés: PHP also supports regular expressions using a Perl-compatible syntax using the PCRE functions. Those functions support non-greedy matching, assertions, conditional subpatterns, and a number of other features not supported by the POSIX-extended regular expression syntax.


These regular expression functions are not binary-safe. The PCRE functions are.

Regular expressions are used for complex string manipulation in PHP. The functions that support regular expressions are:

These functions all take a regular expression string as their first argument. PHP uses the POSIX extended regular expressions as defined by POSIX 1003.2. For a full description of POSIX regular expressions see the regex man pages included in the regex directory in the PHP distribution. It's in manpage format, so you'll want to do something along the lines of man /usr/local/src/regex/regex.7 in order to read it.


Az itt leírt függvények a standard modulban találhatóak, ami mindig rendelkezésre áll.


Semmilyen telepítés nem szükséges ezen függvények használatához, a PHP alapelemei.

Futásidejű beállítások

Ez a kiterjesztés semmilyen konfigurációs beállításokat nem definiál.

Erőforrás típusok

Ez a kiterjesztés semmilyen erőforrás típust nem definiál.

Előre definiált állandók

Ez a kiterjesztés semmilyen konstans értéket nem definiál.


Példa 1. Regular Expression Examples

ereg ("abc", $string);            
/* Returns true if"abc"
   is found anywhere in $string. */

ereg ("^abc", $string);
/* Returns true if "abc";
   is found at the beginning of $string. */

ereg ("abc$", $string);
/* Returns true if "abc"
   is found at the end of $string. */

eregi ("(ozilla.[23]|MSIE.3)", $HTTP_USER_AGENT);  
/* Returns true if client browser
   is Netscape 2, 3 or MSIE 3. */

ereg ("([[:alnum:]]+) ([[:alnum:]]+) ([[:alnum:]]+)", $string,$regs); 
/* Places three space separated words
   into $regs[1], $regs[2] and $regs[3]. */

$string = ereg_replace ("^", "<br />", $string); 
/* Put a <br /> tag at the beginning of $string. */
$string = ereg_replace ("$", "<br />", $string); 
/* Put a <br />; tag at the end of $string. */

$string = ereg_replace ("\n", "", $string);
/* Get rid of any newline
   characters in $string. */

Lásd még

For regular expressions in Perl-compatible syntax have a look at the PCRE functions.

ereg_replace -- Replace regular expression
ereg -- Regular expression match
eregi_replace -- replace regular expression case insensitive
eregi -- case insensitive regular expression match
split -- split string into array by regular expression
spliti --  Split string into array by regular expression case insensitive
sql_regcase --  Make regular expression for case insensitive match