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PHP hebrevc() Function

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Example

Reverse the display of Hebrew characters, and convert new lines(\n) into <br>:

<?php
echo hebrevc(" \n ");
?>

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Definition and Usage

The hebrevc() function converts Hebrew text from a right-to-left flow to a left-to-right flow. It also converts new lines (\n) into <br>.

Tip: hebrevc() and hebrev() can convert Hebrew logical text (the Windows encoding) to Hebrew visual text. Hebrew visual requires no special right-to-left character support to be displayed properly, making it very useful for displaying Hebrew text on the web.


Syntax

hebrevc(string,maxcharline)

Parameter Description
string Required. A Hebrew text
maxcharline Optional. Specifies maximum characters for each line. hebrev() will avoid breaking words if possible

Technical Details

Return Value: Returns the visual string
PHP Version: 4+


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