Return String found at position 22 : strrpos « String « PHP

Return String found at position 22


    $haystack = 'this is a test. this is a test. this is a test';

     $pos = strpos ($haystack, 'bottle');

    if ($pos === false)
      echo "String not found\n";
      echo "String found at position $pos\n";


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