Escaping Special Characters : preg_replace « String « PHP

Escaping Special Characters

    $html = "<p> replace > and >> and >>> </p>";
    print "<b>Original text was: '" . $html . "'\n";
    $html = strrev( $html );

    $newhtml = preg_replace( "/>(?![^><]+?\/?<)/", ";tl&", $html );
    $newhtml = strrev( $newhtml );
    print "<b>New text is: '" . $newhtml . "'\n";

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