strripos

(PHP 5)

strripos Trova la posizione dell'ultima occorrenza di una stringa in un'altra indipendentemente dalle lettere minuscole/maiusole

Descrizione

int strripos ( string $haystack , string $needle [, int $offset ] )

Restituisce la posizione numerica dell'ultima occorrenza di needle nella stringa haystack. Differentemente da strrpos(), strripos() non distingue tra lettere maiuscole minuscole. Attenzione che le posizioni della stringa partono da 0 e non da 1.

Notare anche che needle può essere una stringa di uno o più caratteri.

Se needle non è reperito, la funzione restituisce FALSE.

Avviso

Questa funzione può restituire il Booleano FALSE, ma può anche restituire un valore non-Booleano valutato come FALSE. Fare riferimento alla sezione Booleans per maggiori informazioni. Usare l'operatore === per controllare il valore restituito da questa funzione.

Example #1 Un semplice esempio di strripos()

<?php
$haystack 
'ababcd';
$needle   'aB';

$pos      strripos($haystack$needle);

if (
$pos === false) {
    echo 
"Sorry, we did not find ($needle) in ($haystack)";
} else {
    echo 
"Congratulations!\n";
    echo 
"We found the last ($needle) in ($haystack) at position ($pos)";
}
?>

Output:

   Congratulations!
   We found the last (aB) in (ababcd) at position (2)

Il parametro offset può indicare la posizione da cui cominciare la ricerca nella stringa.

Offset negativi inizieranno la ricerca alla posizione offset dall'inizio della stringa.

Vedere anche: strrpos(), strrchr(), substr(), stripos() e stristr().

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Yanik Lupien
6 years ago
Simple way to implement this function in PHP 4

<?php
if (function_exists('strripos') == false) {
    function
strripos($haystack, $needle) {
        return
strlen($haystack) - strpos(strrev($haystack), $needle);
    }
}

?>
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peev[dot]alexander at gmail dot com
6 years ago
OK, I guess this will be the final function implementation for PHP 4.x versions ( my previous posts are invalid )

<?php

if(!function_exists("stripos")){
    function
stripos$str, $needle, $offset = ){
        return
strposstrtolower( $str ), strtolower( $needle ), $offset  );
    }
/* endfunction stripos */
}/* endfunction exists stripos */

if(!function_exists("strripos")){
    function
strripos$haystack, $needle, $offset = ) {
        if(  !
is_string( $needle )  )$needle = chrintval( $needle )  );
        if( 
$offset < ){
           
$temp_cut = strrevsubstr( $haystack, 0, abs($offset) )  );
        }
        else{
           
$temp_cut = strrev(    substr(   $haystack, 0, max(  ( strlen($haystack) - $offset ), )   )    );
        }
        if(   ( 
$found = stripos( $temp_cut, strrev($needle) )  ) === FALSE   )return FALSE;
       
$pos = (   strlen$haystack  ) - (  $found + $offset + strlen( $needle )  )   );
        return
$pos;
    }
/* endfunction strripos */
}/* endfunction exists strripos */
?>
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Anonymous
3 years ago
Generally speaking, linear searches are from start to end, not end to start - which makes sense from a human perspective. If you need to find strings in a string backwards, reverse your haystack and needle rather than manually chopping it up.
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admin at e-xxi dot net
4 years ago
strripos() has very strange behaviour when you provide search position. For some reason it searches forward from the given position, instead of searching backward, that is more logical.

For example if you want to find instanse of $what, previous to the last, strripos($where, $what, $last_what_pos-1) will not wark as expected. It will return $last_what_pos again and again. And that has no sence at all.

To prevent this, I just used $prev_last_what_pos = strripos(substr($where,0,$last_what_pos), $what);
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peev[dot]alexander at gmail dot com
6 years ago
I think you shouldn't underestimate the length of $needle in the search of THE FIRST POSITION of it's last occurrence in the string. I improved the posted function, with added support for offset. I think this is an exact copy of the real function:

<?php
if(!function_exists("strripos")){
    function
strripos($haystack, $needle, $offset=0) {
        if(
$offset<0){
           
$temp_cut = strrevsubstr( $haystack, 0, abs($offset) )  );
        }
        else{
           
$temp_cut = strrevsubstr( $haystack, $offset )  );
        }
       
$pos = strlen($haystack) - (strpos($temp_cut, strrev($needle)) + $offset + strlen($needle));
        if (
$pos == strlen($haystack)) { $pos = 0; }
        return
$pos;
    }
/* endfunction strripos*/
}/* endfunction exists strripos*/
?>
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ElectroFox
6 years ago
Sorry, I made that last post a bit prematurely.  One more thing wrong with the simple php4 version is that it breaks if the string is not found.  It should actually look like this:

<?php
if (function_exists('strripos') == false) {
    function
strripos($haystack, $needle) {
       
$pos = strlen($haystack) - strpos(strrev($haystack), strrev($needle));
        if (
$pos == strlen($haystack)) { $pos = 0; }
        return
$pos;
    }
}
?>

Note, we now check to see if the $needle was found, and if it isn't, we return 0.
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dimmav at in dot gr
5 years ago
Suppose you just need a stripos function working backwards expecting that strripos does this job, you better use the following code of a custom function named strbipos:

<?php
function strbipos($haystack="", $needle="", $offset=0) {
// Search backwards in $haystack for $needle starting from $offset and return the position found or false

   
$len = strlen($haystack);
   
$pos = stripos(strrev($haystack), strrev($needle), $len - $offset - 1);
    return ( (
$pos === false) ? false : $len - strlen($needle) - $pos );
}

// Test
$body = "01234Xy7890XYz456xy90";
$str = "xY";
$len = strlen($body);
echo
"TEST POSITIVE offset VALUES IN strbipos<br>";
for (
$i = 0; $i < $len; $i++) {
    echo
"Search in [$body] for [$str] starting from offset [$i]: [" . strbipos($body, $str, $i) . "]<br>";
}
?>

Note that this function does exactly what it says and its results are different comparing to PHP 5 strripos function.
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