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mod_rewrite: replace all occurance of a character
I would like to replace all occurance of a character by another
character in mod_rewrite of .htaccess. However, I cannot find any
function to do this.
E.g. replace all "-" in "http://www.a-f.com/de-fg/d-f" by "_" and the
result should become "http://www.a_f.com/de_fg/d_f"
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- On 2005-01-06, jason.yfho.apache.questionfor.info.gmail.com <jason.yfho.apache.questionfor.info.gmail.com> wrote:
> I would like to replace all occurance of a character by another
You multiposted this crap on the whole usenet, this is not going to
get you an answer, not the answer you want anyway. Start RTFM
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