PHP Help Please, Removing Characters From A String


Subject: PHP Help Please, Removing Characters From A String
Hi Guys

I have a string eg

"
19/07 07:54 BORDERS : Red-backed Shrike, St. Abbs Head NNR [R]
male at the lighthouse garden and showing well yesterday afternoon (18/07)

19/07 07:56 ABERDEENSHIRE : Grey Phalarope, Loch of Strathbeg RSPB [R]
no sign at Starnafin Farm but adult Mediterranean Gull, 6 Little Gulls, Ruff and 30+ Great Skuas north

19/07 07:58 ANGUS & DUNDEE : Ruddy Shelduck, Montrose Basin [R]
two still at The Lurgies; also 2 Green Sandpipers and 10 Greenshank (18/07)



I want to remove the areas in RED, how can i do it



What i have is a script that watches for an email and breaks the message part ready for uploading to an mysql database for displaying on a website. it works but the bits in red i want to strip out

Any ideas how using PHP i can remove these areas in the large string ?

regards

Last edited by AndyGpy on Sun 19 Jul, 2009 22:34; edited 1 time in total
Subject: Re: PHP Help Please, Removing Characters From A String
Topic moved.

Subject: Re: PHP Help Please, Removing Characters From A String
Use str_replace function:

http://it.php.net/manual/en/function.str-replace.php

Or



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