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Hi all!


$string = preg_replace('/[^a-z\d\s]/i', '_', $string);

replaces an accented letter with two underscores instead of one, when
the submitting page is in UTF8 ($string comes from a GET form). It
works well when the submitting page is encoded in ISO-8859-1 or with
other characters such as an ampersand or whatever. Any ideas why? TIA


Re: preg_replace wrote:
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Because you didn't specify that you want pattern strings treated as
UTF-8. Use the `u` modifier

      preg_replace('//u', ...)

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