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remove last 4 chars of string

Posted on 2006-06-17
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how to do the above?
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$str = substr($str, 0, strlen($str)-4);

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by:ellandrd
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i tried that...

my code:

<a href="'.PAGE_1_FILENAME.EXTENSION.'" title="'.substr(PAGE_1_FILENAME,0,strlen(PAGE_1_FILENAME)-4).'" accesskey="'.PAGE_1_ACCESS_KEY.'">'.PAGE_1_FILENAME.'</a>
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That should work fine.

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