preg_replace with index : preg_replace « String « PHP

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PHP » String » preg_replace 
preg_replace with index
 
<?php

    $s = 'm@t.ca';

    echo preg_replace ('/^(\w+)@(\w+)\.(\w{2,4})/', '\1 at \dot \3', $s);

?>
  
  
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