strpos( ) will return false (as opposed to -1) : strrpos « String « PHP

strpos( ) will return false (as opposed to -1)

    $string = "This is a strpos( ) test";
    $pos = strpos($string, "This");
    if ($pos =  == false) {
            print "Not found\n";
    } else {
            print "Found!\n";

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