Extract url from this string? It should be flexible for all
strings, not for this string only.
"yahoo.comyahoo.co.inhotmail.org"



Extract url from this string? It should be flexible for all strings, not for this string only. &q..

Answer / amitverma

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##This will work for PHP 5.3 -

$url1="yahoo.com";
$url2="yahoo.co.in";
$url3="hotmail.org";

$domain1 = strstr($url1, '.', true);
$domain2 = strstr($url2, '.', true);
$domain3 = strstr($url3, '.', true);

echo $domain1, $domain2, $domain3;


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## For Older PHP (<5.2.8), this code will follow -
$url1="yahoo.com";
$url2="yahoo.co.in";
$url3="hotmail.org";

$domain1 = substr($url1, 0, strpos($url1, '.') );
$domain2 = substr($url2, 0, strpos($url2, '.') );
$domain3 = substr($url3, 0, strpos($url3, '.') );

echo $domain1, $domain2, $domain3;


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