mb_ereg_search_pos

(PHP 4 >= 4.2.0, PHP 5, PHP 7, PHP 8)

mb_ereg_search_posReturns position and length of a matched part of the multibyte regular expression for a predefined multibyte string

Beschreibung

mb_ereg_search_pos ( string|null $pattern = null , string|null $options = null ) : array|false

Returns position and length of a matched part of the multibyte regular expression for a predefined multibyte string

The string for match is specified by mb_ereg_search_init(). If it is not specified, the previous one will be used.

Parameter-Liste

pattern

The search pattern.

options

The search option. See mb_regex_set_options() for explanation.

Rückgabewerte

An array containing two elements. The first element is the offset, in bytes, where the match begins relative to the start of the search string, and the second element is the length in bytes of the match.

If an error occurs, false is returned.

Changelog

Version Beschreibung
8.0.0 pattern and options are nullable now.

Anmerkungen

Hinweis:

Die interne Kodierung oder die mit mb_regex_encoding() festgelegte Zeichenkodierung wird als Zeichenkodierung für diese Funktion genutzt.

Siehe auch

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v dot picture at free dot fr
1 month ago
This function is absolutely not multibyte-safe, it actually returns the position of the match as if the string was not multibyte.

The results of this function are exactly the same as if you were using preg_match_all with PREG_OFFSET_CAPTURE, even with the "unicode" flag it's simply NOT working

(Bug report filed)
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