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splitting the string PHP

Posted on 2007-04-11
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Hi,


I have a string that is two parts an email address a '+' and a number

me@emailadress.com+23

I want to split it into the two parts and loose the +

$email_address = me@emailadress.com;

$mynumber=23

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$s = 'me@emailadress.com+23';
list($email_address, $mynumber) = explode('+', $s);
echo $email_address.' '.$mynumber;
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$addr = "me@emailadress.com+23";  
list($email_address, $mynumber) = split('[+]', $addr);
echo 'email: ', $email_address, '<br>';
echo 'number: ', $mynumber, '<br>';
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