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Creating a capitalize function with a default parameter $each

function capitalize( $str, $each=TRUE ) {
  $str = strtolower($str);
  if ($each === TRUE) {

     $str = ucwords ($str);
  } else {
     $str = strtoupper($str);

  echo ("$str <br />");
capitalize("hEllo WoRld!");
capitalize("hEllo WoRld!",FALSE);

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