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Re: a little PHP reg exp help pls


Since this is a Perl comaptible reg ex, you need
the delimiters around the expression (slashes)


Chad A. Adlawan <chadi@linux.com> 26 Mar 2001, at 20:07:

> hi!
> i would like to search out all non-numeric characters in my string and
> replace them with nothing in PHP. i tried
> preg_replace("[^0-9]","",$my_string);
> but, i get this error: Warning: No ending delimiter found in
> /var/www/html/mm/tmp2.php3 on line x
> can somebody help me do this correctly pls?
> thanks a lot in advance,
> chad
> INXS: "perl -pi -e 's|[^0-9]||g' file.here" works perfectly in command
> line perl.  so what did i do wrong when i tried it in PHP?
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