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    preg_replace - regex question

    Hi,

    Have a query string similiar to the below:

    $str = 'select * from :table_categories_description left join :table_categories using (id) where ...'


    Is there a rexp that will do _five_ matches and replace with a given value, the values to replace on are if the character after the token e.g. ':table_categories' is in the set[ ,)"], e.g either a whitespace, comma, close parenthesis,double-quote, or that the token is at the very end of the given $str string. Basically trying to match and replace either the five types of occurances with one call (without changing things like ':table_categories_description' etc).
    Last edited by devosc; 06-25-2005 at 11:04 AM. Reason: removed tia :)


 

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