2013-05-16 17:04
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How can I get only the content from a query string staring from ?:


NOTE: I only need all the content after the "?", also I want to ommit that character.

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  • dougehe2022
    dougehe2022 2013-05-16 17:06

    Here is the Regex \?(.+), and a Rubular to prove it. And to use it:

    preg_match("/\?(.+)/", $inputString, $matches);
    if (!$matches) {
        // no matches
    $result = $matches[1];
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  • doufan3408
    doufan3408 2013-05-16 17:07

    You have a couple of options before that dont require regex like

    $val = (strpos("?", $url) !== false? substr($url, strpos($url, "?")): "");

    or parse_url

    $val = parse_url($url, PHP_URL_QUERY);


    Fixed condtition where there is not query string

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  • duanke1984
    duanke1984 2013-05-16 17:07

    If you are sure your string has a query in it, then this will do the trick:

    echo substr( $string, strpos( $string, '?' ) + 1 );

    If your string may not contain the query, then check first - strpos will return boolean false.

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  • dtdr84101
    dtdr84101 2013-05-16 17:11


    This looks like you're dealing with URLs, consider a library designed for them. And if you're only interested in getting everything after the ?, then use something like

    String s = "asegment?param1=value1&param2=value2";
    String paramStr = s.substring(s.indexOf('?')-1);

    Edit: Didn't see that you were using PHP - disregard.

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  • dongpiao8821
    dongpiao8821 2013-05-16 17:19

    This is a simple solution using strrev and strtok...

    $url = "asegment?param1=value1&param2=value2";
    echo strrev(strtok(strrev($url),'?'));
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  • dpauxqt1281
    dpauxqt1281 2013-05-16 17:22

    You should use $_GET global array <?php echo $_GET["param1"]; ?>

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