str_ireplace

(PHP 5, PHP 7)

str_ireplace대소문자 구분 없는 str_replace()

설명

mixed str_ireplace ( mixed $search , mixed $replace , mixed $subject [, int &$count ] )

subject에서 (대소문자 구별 없이) 모든 search를 주어진 replace로 치환합니다. 복잡한 치환 규칙이 필요하지 않다면, preg_replace()i 변경자를 사용하는 대신, 이 함수를 사용하십시오.

인수

search

Note:

search 배열의 모든 치환은 이전 치환의 결과로 수행합니다.

replace

subject

subject가 배열이면, 검색 및 치환을 subject의 모든 원소에서 수행하고, 배열을 반환합니다.

count

매치하여 치환한 needles의 수를 참조로 전달한 count로 반환합니다.

searchreplace가 배열이면, str_ireplace()는 각각의 배열값을 subject에서 검색하고 치환하는 데에 사용합니다. replacesearch보다 적은 값을 가지고 있으면, 나머지 치환값은 빈 문자열을 사용합니다. search가 배열이고 replace가 문자열이면, 치환 문자열을 search의 모든 값에 사용합니다.

반환값

치환한 문자열이나 배열을 반환합니다.

변경점

버전 설명
5.0.0 count 인수 추가.

예제

Example #1 str_ireplace() 예제

<?php
$bodytag 
str_ireplace("%body%""black""<body text=%BODY%>");
?>

주의

Note: 이 함수는 바이너리 안전입니다.

참고

  • str_replace() - 발견한 모든 검색 문자열을 치환 문자열로 교체
  • preg_replace() - 정규 표현식 검색과 치환을 수행
  • strtr() - Translate characters or replace substrings

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User Contributed Notes 11 notes

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sawdust
10 years ago
Here's a different approach to search result keyword highlighting that will match all keyword sub strings in a case insensitive manner and preserve case in the returned text. This solution first grabs all matches within $haystack in a case insensitive manner, and the secondly loops through each of those matched sub strings and applies a case sensitive replace in $haystack. This way each unique (in terms of case) instance of $needle is operated on individually allowing a case sensitive replace to be done in order to preserve the original case of each unique instance of $needle.

<?php
function highlightStr($haystack, $needle, $highlightColorValue) {
    
// return $haystack if there is no highlight color or strings given, nothing to do.
   
if (strlen($highlightColorValue) < 1 || strlen($haystack) < 1 || strlen($needle) < 1) {
        return
$haystack;
    }
   
preg_match_all("/$needle+/i", $haystack, $matches);
    if (
is_array($matches[0]) && count($matches[0]) >= 1) {
        foreach (
$matches[0] as $match) {
           
$haystack = str_replace($match, '<span style="background-color:'.$highlightColorValue.';">'.$match.'</span>', $haystack);
        }
    }
    return
$haystack;
}
?>
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Anteaus
4 years ago
If you follow the instructions given here you will end up with code which works in php5.3 but which bugs-out in php5.4. Reason is that '&$count' (explicit pass by reference) is now an illegal construct.
Nasty, especially it leads to unreliable code which may work on test but not in production. Manual needs corrected!
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daevid at daevid dot com
14 years ago
here's a neat little function I whipped up to do HTML color coding of SQL strings.

<?php
/**
* Output the HTML debugging string in color coded glory for a sql query
* This is very nice for being able to see many SQL queries
* @access     public
* @return     void. prints HTML color coded string of the input $query.
* @param     string $query The SQL query to be executed.
* @author     Daevid Vincent [daevid@LockdownNetworks.com]
*  @version     1.0
* @date        04/05/05
* @todo     highlight SQL functions.
*/
function SQL_DEBUG( $query )
{
    if(
$query == '' ) return 0;

    global
$SQL_INT;
    if( !isset(
$SQL_INT) ) $SQL_INT = 0;

   
//[dv] this has to come first or you will have goofy results later.
   
$query = preg_replace("/['\"]([^'\"]*)['\"]/i", "'<FONT COLOR='#FF6600'>$1</FONT>'", $query, -1);

   
$query = str_ireplace(
                            array (
                                   
'*',
                                   
'SELECT ',
                                   
'UPDATE ',
                                   
'DELETE ',
                                   
'INSERT ',
                                   
'INTO',
                                   
'VALUES',
                                   
'FROM',
                                   
'LEFT',
                                   
'JOIN',
                                   
'WHERE',
                                   
'LIMIT',
                                   
'ORDER BY',
                                   
'AND',
                                   
'OR ', //[dv] note the space. otherwise you match to 'COLOR' ;-)
                                   
'DESC',
                                   
'ASC',
                                   
'ON '
                                 
),
                            array (
                                   
"<FONT COLOR='#FF6600'><B>*</B></FONT>",
                                   
"<FONT COLOR='#00AA00'><B>SELECT</B> </FONT>",
                                   
"<FONT COLOR='#00AA00'><B>UPDATE</B> </FONT>",
                                   
"<FONT COLOR='#00AA00'><B>DELETE</B> </FONT>",
                                   
"<FONT COLOR='#00AA00'><B>INSERT</B> </FONT>",
                                   
"<FONT COLOR='#00AA00'><B>INTO</B></FONT>",
                                   
"<FONT COLOR='#00AA00'><B>VALUES</B></FONT>",
                                   
"<FONT COLOR='#00AA00'><B>FROM</B></FONT>",
                                   
"<FONT COLOR='#00CC00'><B>LEFT</B></FONT>",
                                   
"<FONT COLOR='#00CC00'><B>JOIN</B></FONT>",
                                   
"<FONT COLOR='#00AA00'><B>WHERE</B></FONT>",
                                   
"<FONT COLOR='#AA0000'><B>LIMIT</B></FONT>",
                                   
"<FONT COLOR='#00AA00'><B>ORDER BY</B></FONT>",
                                   
"<FONT COLOR='#0000AA'><B>AND</B></FONT>",
                                   
"<FONT COLOR='#0000AA'><B>OR</B> </FONT>",
                                   
"<FONT COLOR='#0000AA'><B>DESC</B></FONT>",
                                   
"<FONT COLOR='#0000AA'><B>ASC</B></FONT>",
                                   
"<FONT COLOR='#00DD00'><B>ON</B> </FONT>"
                                 
),
                           
$query
                         
);

    echo
"<FONT COLOR='#0000FF'><B>SQL[".$SQL_INT."]:</B> ".$query."<FONT COLOR='#FF0000'>;</FONT></FONT><BR>\n";

   
$SQL_INT++;

}
//SQL_DEBUG
?>
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Psudo - thepsudo at gmail dot com
8 years ago
For highlighting without the overhead of regex and without destroying capitalization, try this:

<?php
function highlight($needle, $haystack){
   
$ind = stripos($haystack, $needle);
   
$len = strlen($needle);
    if(
$ind !== false){
        return
substr($haystack, 0, $ind) . "<b>" . substr($haystack, $ind, $len) . "</b>" .
           
highlight($needle, substr($haystack, $ind + $len));
    } else return
$haystack;
}
?>

This example uses HTML bold tags, but you can easily change the highlighting method.
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stepanic dot matija at gmail dot com
8 years ago
FIX-ed problem with highlighting second 'o' OR 'a', in this string

<?php
function highlight_string ($haystack, $needle, $highlight_class) {
        
// return $haystack if there is no highlight color or strings given, nothing to do.
       
       
$first_encode='XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX';     //ENCODE string

       
$second_encode='YYYYYYYYYYYYYYY';
       
       
preg_match_all("/$needle+/i", $haystack, $matches);
        if (
is_array($matches[0]) && count($matches[0]) >= 1) {
            foreach (
$matches[0] as $match) {
               
$haystack = str_replace($match, $first_encode.$match.$second_encode, $haystack);
            }
        }
       
       
$haystack=str_replace(array($first_encode,$second_encode),
array(
'<font class="'.$highlight_class.'" >','</font>'),$haystack);
       
        return
$haystack;
}
?>
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aidan at php dot net
15 years ago
This functionality is now implemented in the PEAR package PHP_Compat.

More information about using this function without upgrading your version of PHP can be found on the below link:

http://pear.php.net/package/PHP_Compat
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ishutko at gmail dot com
10 years ago
For function work with cirilic

setlocale (LC_ALL, 'ru_RU');
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hfuecks at nospam dot org
14 years ago
Note that character case is being defined by your server's locale setting, which effects strings containing non-ASCII characters.

See strtolower() - http://www.php.net/strtolower and comments - internally str_ireplace converts $search and $replace to lowercase to find matches.
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Michael dot Bond at mail dot wvu dot edu
10 years ago
This function will highlight search terms (Key Words in Context).

The difference between this one and the ones below is that it will preserve the original case of the search term as well. So, if you search for "american" but in the original string it is "American" it will retain the capital "A" as well as the correct case for the rest of the string.

<?php
function kwic($str1,$str2) {
   
   
$kwicLen = strlen($str1);

   
$kwicArray = array();
   
$pos          = 0;
   
$count       = 0;

    while(
$pos !== FALSE) {
       
$pos = stripos($str2,$str1,$pos);
        if(
$pos !== FALSE) {
           
$kwicArray[$count]['kwic'] = substr($str2,$pos,$kwicLen);
           
$kwicArray[$count++]['pos']  = $pos;
           
$pos++;
        }
    }

    for(
$I=count($kwicArray)-1;$I>=0;$I--) {
       
$kwic = '<span class="kwic">'.$kwicArray[$I]['kwic'].'</span>';
       
$str2 = substr_replace($str2,$kwic,$kwicArray[$I]['pos'],$kwicLen);
    }
       
    return(
$str2);
}
?>
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holblin at holblin dot com
8 years ago
Warning with highlighting ...

I used :

<?php
$text
= preg_replace('/('.$q.')/i','<span class=highlighting "">$1</span>' , $text);
?>

Because this line do not allow to highlight uppercase and lowercase correctly (transform uppercase to lowercase for exemple)

<?php
$text
= str_ireplace( $q , '<span class=highlighting "">'.$q.'</span>', $text);
?>

But when $q contain some regex you have some problems ... for exemple :
<?php $q = '('; ?>

So you must use preg_replace to highlight correctly the text and you must create a function for escape bad regex caracters !

I think that a better function can be found but this works I guess :

<?php
function regex_escape( $q )
{
    return
preg_replace('/([\[\]\(\)\{\}\-\.\*\?\|\^\$])/', '\$1', $q);
}
?>
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triplepoint at gmail dot com
8 years ago
Regarding maintaining the case of the find/replace for search-highlighting purposes:

if the performance hit of a regular expression isn't a big problem, there's something like:

<?php
function highlight_matches($find_text, $text) {
  return
preg_replace("/($find_text)/i", '<span class="search_item">$1</span>', $text);
}
?>
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