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11/19/2021 10:41:04 PM (2 years ago)
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  • Ticket #54385, comment 33

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    99> Thanks for the feedback @stevegs and @TobiasBg...  re: `str_contains`, in the latest patch I use `substr_count( $str, '/' )` to ensure the string contains one and only one `/` which @jrf suggested on the PR. What do you think?
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    11 This seems to be the most elegant solution.  I've checked that `substr_count('2//5', '/')` returns 2, as does `substr_count('2/24/5', '/')` - so it will catch more than one / whether consecutive or not.  And it's backward compatible with PHP7.
     11This seems to be the most elegant solution.  I've checked that `substr_count('2//5', '/')` returns 2, as does `substr_count('2/24/5', '/')` - so it will catch more than one `/` whether consecutive or not.  And it's backward compatible with PHP7.