strtruncate

strtruncate
SYNOPSIS

strtruncate($s, $len, $atword=false)

DESCRIPTION

strtruncate returns the string $s cut to $len characters, at the end of a word if $atword is true, followed by three dots (ELLYPSIS).

CODE
  1. function strtruncate($s, $len, $hellip='...', $atword=false) {
  2.     return strlen($s) > $len ? ($atword ? preg_replace("/^(.{1,$len})(\s.*|$)/s", '\\1' . $hellip, $s) : substr($s, 0, $len) . $hellip) : $s;
  3. }

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