Guys, maybe the table of contents of the question was not very well composed, but the essence is as follows:
I have lines like this:
"I'm trying" program (includes 3 smart-workouts within 2 weeks) at any time, for only 1650 rubles, instead of 3300 rubles. The "Slender Spring" program (includes 6 smart-workouts per month) from 7.30 to 17.00, for only 2499 rubles, instead of 6000 rubles. The Slender Spring program (includes 6 smart workouts per month) from 7.30 to 17.00, for only 2499 rubles, instead of 6000 rubles.
I need to secure myself to send to json.
For this, I want to remove all legs in different variations from the string.
$ text1 = preg_replace ('/ [\ "\" \' \ "] / ',' ', $ text1) ;
Then I get the output
Program I try (includes 3 smart workouts over 2 weeks) at any time, for only 1650 rub., instead of 3300 rub.
How to fix this, and also I need to shorten the line to max. up to 128 characters
Answer 1, authority 100%
Just use the native
json_encode , it escapes everything:
$ str = "I'm Trying" program (includes 3 smart workouts over 2 weeks) anytime, in just 1650 rubles instead of 3300 rubles "; $ json = json_encode ($ str); var_dump ($ json);
To shorten the string, use
$ str = mb_substr ($ str, 0, 128); $ json = json_encode ($ str);
Answer 2, authority 95%
$ text1 = preg_replace ('/ [\ "\" \' \ "] / u ',' ', $ text1 );
This modifier includes additional PCRE functionality that is not Perl compatible: the template and target string are treated as UTF-8 strings. An invalid target string causes the preg_ * functions to find nothing, and an invalid pattern results in an E_WARNING level error. The fifth and sixth octets of the UTF-8 sequence are considered invalid as of PHP 5.3.4 (as per PCRE 7.3 2007-08-28); they were previously considered acceptable.