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str_replace — Replaces all occurrences of find within string with replace .


string str_replace(find, replace, string);
string find: String to search
string replace: Replacement string
string string: String to operate on




str_replace() replaces all instances of find within string with replace .


PHP 3.0.6+, PHP 4+

See also

Other methods of replacing characters in a string:



The regular expression functions


Example 1237. Remove all instances of (q.v.)

$string = "For more information on frobjigget mangling, see frobnagle() (q.v.).";
echo str_replace(' (q.v.)', '', $string);

Output:For more information on frobjigget mangling, see frobnagle().

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