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i want to get specific string from a sentince

$link="http://fdsafacom/files/1610943/fsadfsdf.rar<br /><b>Password: rdsd</b></div> </div>"

i want a command that takes this both and only output http://fdsafacom/files/1610943/fsadfsdf.rar
the second one

i have this one but i dose not work
preg_match_all('/(http:\/\/[^\"]+)/i', $page, $links);
it give me in the first link
http://fdsafacom/files/1610943/fsadfsdf.rar<br /><b>Password: rdsd</b></div> </div>"
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You need to add a don't match < like below:
$page="$link=\"http://fdsafacom/files/1610943/fsadfsdf.rar<br /><b>Password: rdsd</b></div> </div>\"
preg_match_all('/(http:\/\/[^\"^<]+)/i', $page, $links);

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