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Posted on 31-08-08 21:18
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preg_match_all("|<[^>]+>(.*)</[^>]+>|U",




[] character class, it looks for anything but >
+ one or more times between<> and then </>
in between those it searches a substring of any character 0 or more times
|| are the delimiters for the regex


http://us.php.net/manual/nl/reference.pcre.pattern.modifiers.php
the "U"




Edited by on 31-08-08 21:37