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PHP: hebrev() function

Description

The hebrev() function is used to convert logical Hebrew text to visual text.

Version:

(PHP 4 and above)

Syntax:

hebrev(hebrew_text, max_chars_per_line)

Parameters:

Name Description Required /
Optional
Type
hebrew_text A Hebrew input string. Required String
max_chars_per_line It indicates a maximum number of characters per line that will be returned. Optional Integer

Return value:

The visual string.

Value Type: String

Example:

<?php
echo hebrev("á çùåï äúùñâ");
?>

Output:

âñùúä ïåùç á

See also

PHP Function Reference

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