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if string contains a 1 or 2

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if string contains a
1
or
2

do something

for example
hello1
contains a 1

42
contains a 2

34
nothing

32675
contains a 2
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Question by:rgb192
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if (strpos(theString, "1") || strpos(theString, "2")) {
    // do something
}

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by:gopakumarvr
ID: 38726131
if(  strpos($mystring, '1')  )
{
    echo "Contains 1";
}
else if(  strpos($mystring, '2')  )
{
    echo "Contains 2";
}
else
{
   echo "Does not contain 1 or 2";
}

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