mb_regex_set_options

(PHP 4 >= 4.3.0, PHP 5)

mb_regex_set_optionsSet/Get the default options for mbregex functions

Descrição

string mb_regex_set_options ([ string $options = mb_regex_set_options() ] )

Sets the default options described by options for multibyte regex functions.

Parâmetros

options

The options to set. This is a a string where each character is an option. To set a mode, the mode character must be the last one set, however there can only be set one mode but multiple options.

Regex options
Option Meaning
i Ambiguity match on
x Enables extended pattern form
m '.' matches with newlines
s '^' -> '\A', '$' -> '\Z'
p Same as both the m and s options
l Finds longest matches
n Ignores empty matches
e eval() resulting code
Regex syntax modes
Mode Meaning
j Java (Sun java.util.regex)
u GNU regex
g grep
c Emacs
r Ruby
z Perl
b POSIX Basic regex
d POSIX Extended regex

Valor Retornado

The previous options. If options is omitted, it returns the string that describes the current options.

Veja Também

  • mb_split() - Split multibyte string using regular expression
  • mb_ereg() - Regular expression match with multibyte support
  • mb_eregi() - Regular expression match ignoring case with multibyte support

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indeyets at php dot net
5 years ago
It's a bit trickier, than patryk wrote:

There are parameters (you can specify several of these at the same time):

'i': ONIG_OPTION_IGNORECASE;
'x': ONIG_OPTION_EXTEND;
'm': ONIG_OPTION_MULTILINE;
's': ONIG_OPTION_SINGLELINE;
'p': ONIG_OPTION_MULTILINE | ONIG_OPTION_SINGLELINE;
'l': ONIG_OPTION_FIND_LONGEST;
'n': ONIG_OPTION_FIND_NOT_EMPTY;
'e': eval() resulting code

And there are "modes" (if you specify several of these, the LAST one will be used):
'j': ONIG_SYNTAX_JAVA;
'u': ONIG_SYNTAX_GNU_REGEX;
'g': ONIG_SYNTAX_GREP;
'c': ONIG_SYNTAX_EMACS;
'r': ONIG_SYNTAX_RUBY;
'z': ONIG_SYNTAX_PERL;
'b': ONIG_SYNTAX_POSIX_BASIC;
'd': ONIG_SYNTAX_POSIX_EXTENDED;

You can find descriptions of these constants here: http://www.geocities.jp/kosako3/oniguruma/doc/API.txt
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patryk dot szczyglowski at gmail dot com
6 years ago
Supported options are:

i - ONIG_OPTION_IGNORECASE
x - ONIG_OPTION_EXTEND
m - ONIG_OPTION_MULTILINE
s - ONIG_OPTION_SINGLELINE
p - ONIG_OPTION_MULTILINE | ONIG_OPTION_SINGLELINE
l - ONIG_OPTION_FIND_LONGEST
n - ONIG_OPTION_FIND_NOT_EMPTY
j - ONIG_SYNTAX_JAVA
u - ONIG_SYNTAX_GNU_REGEX
g - ONIG_SYNTAX_GREP
c - ONIG_SYNTAX_EMACS
r - ONIG_SYNTAX_RUBY
z - ONIG_SYNTAX_PERL
b - ONIG_SYNTAX_POSIX_BASIC
d - ONIG_SYNTAX_POSIX_EXTENDED
e - eval() resulting code

Constants above are from Oniguruma regexp library, which is used internally. Default value for PHP 5.2.x is 'pr'.
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