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Wordwap at character instead of #?

Posted on 2007-04-02
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Is it possible to do something like wordwrap, but inserting a new line after a certain character (in my case: >), instead of after a certain number of characters?
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Hello n00b0101,
replace the character with a chr(13) & chr(10) - equivalent to a carriage return and line feed.

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$theString = "This is a simple>Test of replacing a less than with a >New Line and a less than";

$theString = str_replace( ">", ">\n", $theString );
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