-escapes all characters C style
-escapes some characters with backslashes.
-converts a binary string to hexadecimal
-removes whitespace from the far right of a string
-returns a specified character from a string
-makes smaller chunks out of the specified string
-used to convert Cyrillic character
-used to decode a uuencoded string
-used to encode a string with a uuencode algorithm
-used to give a count for the number of characters within a string
-used to get the crc32 checksum of a string
-creates a one way hashed password-like string
-used for printing
-convert a string to an array. Can separate if the string has blank spaces between words or another character like a comma.
-used to write formatted text to a stream
-get html entity translations for htmlspecialchars and htmlentities. Gives a nice readable list in the form of an array.
-converts text from hebrew
-like hebrev function except that it will convert newlines ‘\n’ to “<br>\n”.
-converts a string from hexadecimal to binary
-decodes from html entities to the actual character.
-creates html entities from various characters; like quotes, html and symbols.
-decodes characters to their actual html code.
-translates special characters like html, quotes and symbols into special translatable characters.
-converts an array into a string. You specify the character you want to use separate the items that came from the array.
-alias of implode
-turns the first character of a string to lower case
-used to calculate ditsnaces between 2 strings
-used to get numeric formatting information
-removes whitespace from the beginning of a string
-used to get a md5 hash from a specified file.
-used to create an md5 hash of a particular string.
-used to get a metaphone key of a string
-Get a number formatted for a specified currency
- a non Windows function that can receive the laguage and locale info. Can pass a constant into the function.
-changes ‘\n’ to ‘<br/>’. Useful when going from running a script in the browser vs the Linux command line.
-specify decimal points in a number
-returns the first character in a string as an ascii value.
-parses a string into variables. The string that is parsed contains the usual method of writing like var1=value1&var2=value2.
-prints a string
-prints a formatted string
-Makes an 8-bit string from a quoted printable string
-makes a quoted printable string from an 8-bit string
-Returns a string with backslashes around the characters
-removes whitespace from end of a string
-used to set locale info
-get the hash value for a file
-create a sha1 string from a specified string. If true, the hash is 20 charaxters; unlike the default 40 characters.
-used to calculate the similarity between 2 strings. Matches tghe characters in the first string that are in the second string, including whitespace. Then, divides by total characters.
-used to get the soundex of a string
-used to return a formatted string
-used to parse input from string according to the specified format
-turns a csv into an array
-find and replace from a string. This is the case insesnitive version of sttr_replace() function.
-used to add whitespace or characters to the specified side of the string. By default, it adds whitespcahe to the end of the string. The numerical parameter specifies the total length of the string.
-used to repeat a string the desired amount of times.
-find and replace characters from a string.
-transforms string to rot13 version.
-shuffles all characters to a random position.
-converts a string to an array. By default, each character is an item in the array. If you add an integer parameter, it will create an array from 0 to the specified number.
-used to get the word count from a string.
-compares case insensitivity of two strings
-the alias of strstr() function
-used to compare 2 strings and is case sensitive.
-string comparison that is locale based
-compares 2 strings and finds the length of string 1 for which there are no characters from string 2.
-removes html tags. Can alsom specify which pnes you do not want to strip.
-find if the string exists in a string. The first parameter is the haystack and second is the needle. Remember that first position is zero. This means you need to compare as identical.
-used to strip backslashes from a string
-the case insensitive version of strstr()
-used to get the length of a string.
-case insensitive function that compares strings with a “natural order” algorithm
-compares strings with a “natural order” algorithm
-compares two strings with a desired length.
-compares 2 strings based on a desired amount of characters
-looks for a the desired characters in a string. The new string starts where the first match was made and continues to the end of the string.
-returns the last occurence of the needle in the haystack and any characters that exist after the last occurrence.
-returns the string with the characters reversed
-finds the position of the last case insensitive occurence of the needle in the haystack.
-finds the position of the last case sensitive occurence of the needle in the haystack.
-get the length of characters within a string as compared to a mask.
-Look for first occurrence of needle in a haystack. Haystack is the first parameter.
-used to tokenize a string
-returns the string with all lower case characters
-returns the string with all upper case characters
-used to replace substrings
-used to compare 2 strings. Can set how many characters to compare.
-find how may times a substring exists in a string
-used to replace a substring with a different set of characters
-used to return part of a string
-removes whitespace from the beginning and end of a string
-makes the first character in a string upper case
-used to make the first character of each word uppercase
-used to write a formatted string to a stream
-used to output a formatted stream
-used to returns a formatted string
-wraps a string at a specified length. Can be used to add line breaks at a specific amount of characters.