PHP 5.6.0beta1 released

nl2br

(PHP 4, PHP 5)

nl2br Inserisce il tag HTML di 'a capo' prima di tutti i caratteri di 'a capo' della stringa

Descrizione

string nl2br ( string $string )

Restituisce la stringa string con '<br />' inserito prima di tutti i newline.

Nota:

A partire dal PHP 4.0.5, nl2br() รจ conforme a XHTML. Tutte le versioni precedenti alla 4.0.5 restituiscono la string con '<br>' invece di '<br />' inserito prima degli 'a capo'.

Example #1 Esempio di uso di nl2br()

<?php
echo nl2br("foo isn't\n bar");
?>

this will output :

foo isn't<br />
 bar

Vedere anche htmlspecialchars(), htmlentities(), wordwrap() e str_replace().

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User Contributed Notes 9 notes

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N/A
5 years ago
Here's a more simple one:

<?php
/**
 * Convert BR tags to nl
 *
 * @param string The string to convert
 * @return string The converted string
 */
function br2nl($string)
{
    return
preg_replace('/\<br(\s*)?\/?\>/i', "\n", $string);
}
?>

Enjoy
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CGameProgrammer at gmail dot com
9 years ago
It's important to remember that this function does NOT replace newlines with <br> tags. Rather, it inserts a <br> tag before each newline, but it still preserves the newlines themselves! This caused problems for me regarding a function I was writing -- I forgot the newlines were still being preserved.

If you don't want newlines, do:

<?php
$Result
= str_replace( "\n", '<br />', $Text );
?>
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Anders Norrbring
8 years ago
Seeing all these suggestions on a br2nl function, I can also see that neither would work with a sloppy written html line break.. Users can't be trusted to write good code, we know that, and mixing case isn't too uncommon.

I think this little snippet would do most tricks, both XHTML style and HTML, even mixed case like <Br> <bR /> and even <br            > or <br     />.

<?php
function br2nl($text)
{
    return 
preg_replace('/<br\\s*?\/??>/i', '', $text);
}
?>
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j dot mons54 at gmail dot com
1 year ago
for bbcode :

<?php
$message
nl2br(preg_replace('#(\\]{1})(\\s?)\\n#Usi', ']', stripslashes($message)));
?>
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blacknine313 at gmail dot com
6 years ago
After a recent post at the forums on Dev Shed, I noticed that it isn't mentioned, so I will mention it.

nl2br returns pure HTML, so it should be after PHP anti-HTML functions ( such as strip_tags and htmlspecialchars ).
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ngkongs at gmail dot com
7 years ago
to replace all linebreaks to <br />
the best solution (IMO) is:

<?php
function nl2br2($string) {
$string = str_replace(array("\r\n", "\r", "\n"), "<br />", $string);
return
$string;
}
?>

because each OS have different ASCII chars for linebreak:
windows = \r\n
unix = \n
mac = \r

works perfect for me
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darenschwenke at yahoo dot com
2 months ago
This one works with br tags having attributes, in any case,
closed or  not closed, and does not double linefeeds

<?php
 
/**
 * convert br tags to nl
 *
 * @param string The string to convert
 * @return string The converted string
 */

function br2nl($string)
{
    return
preg_replace("/<br[^>]*>\s*\r*\n*/is", "\n", $string);
}
?>

I combine this with strip_tags() for dead simple "contenteditable" fields allowing only text and linefeeds.
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hyponiq at gmail dot com
6 years ago
On the contrary, <b>mark at dreamjunky.comno-spam</b>, this function is rightfully named.  Allow me to explain.  Although it does re-add the line break, it does so in an attempt to stay standards-compliant with the W3C recommendations for code format.

According to said recommendations, a new line character must follow a line break tag.  In this situation, the new line is not removed, but a break tag is added for proper browser display where a paragraph isn't necessary or wanted.
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billhicks at yahoo dot com
28 days ago
Your new site does not work in ie.

But you already know this and I guess you don't really care.

its all about style now - funny because this is a php site not a css/java/ajax site.

piss off!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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