string wordwrap ($str, $width, $break, $cut) Parameters:
The function takes 4 parameters as shown in the above syntax and described below: $str : This parameter specifies the input string that is required for line breaks. $width : This parameter specifies the number of characters to wrap the line. This is the number of characters after which the line will be broken. $break : This is an optional parameter and, if specified, adds a value at the line break. $cut : This is a boolean parameter, if this parameter is set to TRUE, the line is always wrapped to or before the specified width. That is, it will also break a word between them if it is in the middle of the constraint specified by the $width parameter. If this parameter is set to FALSE, the function does not split the word, even if the width is less than the width of the word. Return value:
The function returns a string enclosed in the specified length, those. a line, broken into lines on success, or FALSE on failure.The following programs illustrate the wordwrap() function in PHP:Program 1:
// Input line
"keep practicing at engineerforengineer"
// prints the wrapped line
keep practicing at engineerforengineer Program 2:
// Input line
"Be a part of engineerforengineer."
// Line wrapped
= wordwrap (
" $newtext "
Be a part of engineerfor engineer. Link: http://php.net/ manual / en / function.wordwrap.php