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greg at apparel dot com ¶. years ago. coming to php from classic asp i am used to the left() and right() functions built into asp so i did a quick phpversion. hope these help someone else making the switch function left($str, $length) { return substr($str, , $length); } function right($str, $length) { return substr($str, $length);

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we all know in visual basic or vbscript (including vba i.e. visual basic for application, the microsoft office macro programming language), we can easily get the first few (leading) or last few (trailing) characters using left and right respectively. for example, 

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parameter, description. string, required. specifies the string to return a part of. start, required. specifies where to start in the string. a positive number start at a specified position in the string; a negative number start at a specified position from the end of the string; start at the first character in string. length, optional.

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strleft and strright functions return left or right part of string according to length specified.

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in vb and in excel functions, there is function called left() and right() which returns a part of a string either from left or right. is there something like this in php? i can't find anything that would do the same in php. plz, help. tx 

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though your question is bit vague. seems that array_reverse is what you are looking for. $text="انا احمد."; $mysplit = mb_split(' ',$text); $mysplit = array_reverse($mysplit);. codeviper demo.

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$string = substr($string, , );. share|improve this answer. answered may ' at :. emil vikström. .k. add a comment |. up vote down vote. $string = substr($string, , ); from left $string = substr($string, , ); from right. share|improve this answer. answered may ' at :. muhamad bhaa asfour.

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the closest thing to a builtin function would be using strpad like $a = str_pad($a, strlen($a)strlen("b"), "b", str_pad_left);. but as others have pointed out its much simpler to just do $a = "b" . $a;.

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the simple version for characters from the beginning of the string $string = substr($string,,).''; update: based on suggestion for checking length (and also ensuring similar lengths on trimmed and untrimmed strings): $string = (strlen($string) > ) ? substr($string,,).'' : $string;. so you will get a 

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this msaccess tutorial explains how to use the access left function with syntax and examples. the microsoft access left function extracts a substring from a string starting from the leftmost character.