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strrev(s) return reversed s
explode(s) split string s
array_pop( s) return last member of s
$string ="i like to eat apple";
$pieces = explode(' ', $string);
$last_word = array_pop($pieces);
PHP, PHP program to reverse a string using strrev() So, we will simply swap the characters, starting with the first and last, then second-first and second-last and so on, till we reach the Check out this Author's contributed articles. You can find last character using php many ways like substr() and mb_substr(). If you’re using multibyte character encodings like UTF-8, use mb_substr instead of substr Here i can show you both example: strrev - Manual, Returns the reversed string. Examples �. Example #1 Reversing a string with strrev(). <?php Introduction to Reverse String in PHP. In this article, we will learn about Reverse String in PHP. A string is the collection of characters that are called from the backside. These collections of characters can be used to reverse either the PHP function strrev() or by using the simple PHP programming code.
I have been Found the answer. For my own question
$split = explode(" ", $words);
$v_last = $split[count($split)-1];
$reverse = strrev($v_last);
$f_word = chop($words,$v_last);
strrchr - Manual, strrchr — Find the last occurrence of a character in a string. Description �. strrchr ( string $haystack , mixed $needle ) : string. This function returns the portion of haystack which starts at the last This is basically a reverse of the behavior which you expect from strchr(). Check the documentation on strrpos() for more info. Reverse String. A string can be reversed either using strrev() function or simple PHP code. For example, on reversing JAVATPOINT it will become TNIOPTAVAJ. Logic: Assign the string to a variable. Calculate length of the string. Declare variable to hold reverse string. Run for loop. Concatenate string inside for loop. Display reversed string.
strrpos - Manual, (PHP 4, PHP 5, PHP 7). strrpos — Find the position of the last occurrence of a substring in a string Example #1 Checking if a needle is in the haystack. It is easy to //search backwards for needle in haystack, and return its position function� How to sort a string in PHP. Check whether a number is prime or not. Reverse a Number in PHP without using Function. In this example, we write a PHP code to reverse a number without using function. We write a logic which take number as an argument and reverse that number. METHOD 1– Reverse a number without using any inbuilt functions. substr - Manual, For instance, in the string 'abcdef', the character at position 0 is 'a', the character at Output of the above example in PHP 7: //from the last occurrence of '[' Parameters. haystack. The string to search in. needle. If needle is not a string, it is converted to an integer and applied as the ordinal value of a character. This behavior is deprecated as of PHP 7.3.0, and relying on it is highly discouraged.
String Functions - Manual, For working with multibyte character encodings, take a look at the Multibyte String Find the last occurrence of a character in a string; strrev — Reverse a string� You can always do a check with strlen first to see if the number of characters is greater than or equal to 7. Get “at most” last n characters from string
Comments Did you try anything? did you check string function? This really isn't a complex task. You should do some googling and come up with a code. Then, post the code here if you need help. fyi,
engaro is not the reverse of
That first code won't work for OPs second problem though:
$string = "orange";
@wscourge why do you edit the answer to "try this". "Try this" is generally not accepted as an explanation on the answer. It wasn't better before, but still? @Andreas I felt like I should write something, anything really, to accompany the solution. The code itself is self-descriptive enough. What would you suggest? @wscourge I suggest a comment saying this is not how to answer a question here on SO. All answers should have an description or something that tells the OP what they did wrong. Just replacing one bad thing with another bad thing could be interpreted that "try this" is an acceptable answer. And there is no such thing as self descriptive or self explanatory answer. If there was, there wouldn't be a question either since then OP would already know it all. @Andreas what I said is that the code is self-descriptive, not the Q/A. Otherwise, I agree, I'll leave the comment next time. Thank you. No, the code is not self descriptive. There is no such thing. Go to meta and ask if you don't believe me