A Beginner’s Guide to PHP Explode Function | explode()

PHP explode Function

PHP Explode function mainly used for breaking a string into a PHP array. Exact syntax of PHP explode() function is given,

explode(separator,string,limit)

PHP explode Function

Parameter Email
separator Required. Specifies where to break the string
String Required. The string to split in parts
limit Possible values:
Greater than 0: – Returns an array with a maximum of limit element(s)
Less than 0: – Returns an array except for the last -limit elements()

0: – Returns an array with one element

Changelog The limit parameter was added in PHP 4.0.1, and support for negative limits were added in PHP 5.1.0
 Return Value Returns an array of strings
PHP Version 4+

Table Reference: w3schools.com

Example of PHP explode Function

Output:

Note: The “separator” parameter cannot be an empty string.

Note: This function is binary-safe.

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