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<?php
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// | Authors: Aidan Lister <hide@address.com>                                |
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// $Id: str_ireplace.php,v 1.1 2006/07/20 19:14:07 newbie455 Exp $


/**
 * Replace str_ireplace()
 *
 * @category    PHP
 * @package     PHP_Compat
 * @link        http://php.net/function.str_ireplace
 * @author      Aidan Lister <hide@address.com>
 * @version     $Revision: 1.1 $
 * @since       PHP 5
 * @require     PHP 4.0.0 (user_error)
 * @note        count not by returned by reference, to enable
 *              change '$count = null' to '&$count'
 */
if (!function_exists('str_ireplace')) {
    function str_ireplace($search, $replace, $subject, $count = null)
    {
        // Sanity check
        if (is_string($search) && is_array($replace)) {
            user_error('Array to string conversion', E_USER_NOTICE);
            $replace = (string) $replace;
        }

        // If search isn't an array, make it one
        if (!is_array($search)) {
            $search = array ($search);
        }
        $search = array_values($search);

        // If replace isn't an array, make it one, and pad it to the length of search
        if (!is_array($replace)) {
            $replace_string = $replace;

            $replace = array ();
            for ($i = 0, $c = count($search); $i < $c; $i++) {
                $replace[$i] = $replace_string;
            }
        }
        $replace = array_values($replace);

        // Check the replace array is padded to the correct length
        $length_replace = count($replace);
        $length_search = count($search);
        if ($length_replace < $length_search) {
            for ($i = $length_replace; $i < $length_search; $i++) {
                $replace[$i] = '';
            }
        }

        // If subject is not an array, make it one
        $was_array = false;
        if (!is_array($subject)) {
            $was_array = true;
            $subject = array ($subject);
        }

        // Loop through each subject
        $count = 0;
        foreach ($subject as $subject_key => $subject_value) {
            // Loop through each search
            foreach ($search as $search_key => $search_value) {
                // Split the array into segments, in between each part is our search
                $segments = explode(strtolower($search_value), strtolower($subject_value));

                // The number of replacements done is the number of segments minus the first
                $count += count($segments) - 1;
                $pos = 0;

                // Loop through each segment
                foreach ($segments as $segment_key => $segment_value) {
                    // Replace the lowercase segments with the upper case versions
                    $segments[$segment_key] = substr($subject_value, $pos, strlen($segment_value));
                    // Increase the position relative to the initial string
                    $pos += strlen($segment_value) + strlen($search_value);
                }

                // Put our original string back together
                $subject_value = implode($replace[$search_key], $segments);
            }

            $result[$subject_key] = $subject_value;
        }

        // Check if subject was initially a string and return it as a string
        if ($was_array === true) {
            return $result[0];
        }

        // Otherwise, just return the array
        return $result;
    }
}

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