(PHP 4 >= 4.2.0, PHP 5, PHP 7)
mb_ereg_replace — Replace regular expression with multibyte support
$option= "msr" ] )
string for matches to
pattern, then replaces the matched text
The regular expression pattern.
Multibyte characters may be used in
The replacement text.
The string being checked.
optionparameter. If i is specified for this parameter, the case will be ignored. If x is specified, white space will be ignored. If m is specified, match will be executed in multiline mode and line break will be included in '.'. If p is specified, match will be executed in POSIX mode, line break will be considered as normal character. If e is specified,
replacementstring will be evaluated as PHP expression.
The resultant string on success, or
FALSE on error.
|7.1.0||The e modifier has been deprecated.|
The internal encoding or the character encoding specified by mb_regex_encoding() will be used as the character encoding for this function.
Never use the e modifier when working on untrusted input. No automatic escaping will happen (as known from preg_replace()). Not taking care of this will most likely create remote code execution vulnerabilities in your application.