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I Need to install split() on php7

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I moved my website to an server and installed php7, but now 50% of data processing dosnt work anymore because split isnt working, how can i migrate split to php7 ?

Or how can i accomplish that older functions still work in php7 ?

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yes, thank you for that, but id like to change the name for 

  • preg_split() to split() in the php lib or install php 5 alongside with 7 without losing 7 as the standart and not to be informed in the fact that its removed/ deprecated 

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Don't. Stuff gets removed for good reasons and adding them back in is counter-productive.

 

Just fix the damn code.

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But, but, i need halp, there are more than 3000 pages of php that i would have to go through and yes i have no life  :suicide:

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Search for "split". Any good IDE will be able to search an entire project/folder architecture for that, and it's not likely to appear in many places.

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Ok, ill do it; what will work out the best for me?

Sometimes I have:
 

Split("\n", $foo);
#and 
Split("\|", $bar);

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split() worked using POSIX regular expressions, so you might need to look up what you find sometimes.

 

However \n is a literal character and doesn't need regular expressions.

explode("\n", $foo)
"\|" is a literal pipe character and doesn't need regular expressions either.

explode("|", $bar)
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3000 pages of php

 

 

your time might be better spent properly implementing the site using data driven, server-side programming, so that there are only a few instances of any functional logic, that can be easily updated.

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