PHP preg_match_all to remove a part of a text.

22nd Mar 2011 at 10:28 AM | Posted in PHP | Leave a comment
<?php
echo $text = "This test [CONFIRMLINK] is working fine [/CONFIRMLINK] for preg_match_all";

preg_match_all('|\[CONFIRMLINK\](.*)\[\/CONFIRMLINK\]|', $text, $text1);

$text1_val = $text1[1][0];
$text = str_replace($text1_val,'',$text);
$text = str_replace("[CONFIRMLINK]",'',$text);
$text = str_replace("[/CONFIRMLINK]",'',$text);

echo "<br/>";
echo $text;
?>

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