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Posted on 2009-05-06
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hello there,
how can I make something so that if strings like these

'successfully submitted'
'Thank you for submitting'
'submitted successfully'

are found in a data to echo success..
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guess you could just use strpos to see if the string is in the data

there is probably a better preg_grep but I'm not an expert with them

if (strpos($data, 'successfully submitted')!==false or strpos($data, 'Thank you for submitting')!==false or strpos($data, 'submitted successfully')!==false)
{
  echo "success";
}

// !== false is a special check to make 'not found' different the 'found start of data' which returns a zero
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