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imap_8bit — Convert an 8bit string to a quoted-printable string


string imap_8bit(string);
string string: String to be converted


Printable string


Converts the specified 8 bit string to a quoted-printable string. The use of quoted-printable strings and 8 bits strings can be complex and more information can be found in RFC2045, section 6.7.


From versions 3.0 and 4.0

See also

See also: imap_qprint


Example 591. Convert 8 bit string to quoted printable string

// note the diacritical marks
$eightbitstring = "Nivse, Pluvise, Ventise");

// convert to 8 bit
$printablestring = imap_8bit($eightbitstring);

// display
echo $printablestring

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