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Posted on 2008-10-10
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hi experts,

 in $mysting how can I delete every thing after $badpart if found
the $badpart  also must be deleted.

regards,
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$pos = strpos($mystring, $badpart);
$mystring = substr($mystring, $pos);
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<?PHP

echo "Before: $sMystring <BR>";
$nPosition = strpos($sMystring, $sBadpart);
$sMystring = substr($sMystring, $nPosition );
echo "After: $sMystring <BR>";

?>
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