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-====== PHP RFC: Add preg_replace_callback_array function ====== 
-  * Version: 1.0 
-  * Date: 2015-03-10 
-  * Author: Wei Dai, demon@php.net 
-  * Status: Draft 
-  * First Published at: https://wiki.php.net/rfc/preg_replace_callback_array 
- 
-===== Introduction ===== 
-The preg_replace_callback_array function is an extension to preg_replace_callback. With the function, each pattern can easily have a specific callback. 
- 
-This is the best way to implement when there are multiple patterns. 
- 
-===== Proposal ===== 
-Below is the previous code, which is from Zend/zend_vm_gen.php. 
- 
-<code php> 
-$code = preg_replace_callback( 
-    array( 
-        "/EXECUTE_DATA/m", 
- "/ZEND_VM_DISPATCH_TO_HANDLER\(\s*([A-Z_]*)\s*\)/m", 
- "/ZEND_VM_DISPATCH_TO_HELPER\(\s*([A-Za-z_]*)\s*\)/m", 
- "/ZEND_VM_DISPATCH_TO_HELPER_EX\(\s*([A-Za-z_]*)\s*,\s*[A-Za-z_]*\s*,\s*(.*)\s*\);/m", 
-    ), 
-    function($matches) use ($spec, $prefix, $op1, $op2) { 
- if (strncasecmp($matches[0], "EXECUTE_DATA", strlen("EXECUTE_DATA")) == 0) { 
-     return "execute_data"; 
-        } else if (strncasecmp($matches[0], "ZEND_VM_DISPATCH_TO_HANDLER", strlen("ZEND_VM_DISPATCH_TO_HANDLER")) == 0) { 
-     return "return " . $matches[1] . ($spec?"_SPEC":"") . $prefix[$op1] . $prefix[$op2] . "_HANDLER(ZEND_OPCODE_HANDLER_ARGS_PASSTHRU)"; 
-        } else if (strncasecmp($matches[0], "ZEND_VM_DISPATCH_TO_HELPER_EX", strlen("ZEND_VM_DISPATCH_TO_HELPER_EX")) == 0) { 
-     return "return " . helper_name($matches[1], $spec, $op1, $op2) . "(" . $matches[2]. ", ZEND_OPCODE_HANDLER_ARGS_PASSTHRU);"; 
-        } else { 
-     return "return " . helper_name($matches[1], $spec, $op1, $op2) . "(ZEND_OPCODE_HANDLER_ARGS_PASSTHRU)"; 
-        } 
-    }, $code); 
-</code> 
- 
-With preg_replace_callback_array, the code is more readable, and full of logic. There is less crazy branch determination. 
- 
-<code php> 
-$code = preg_replace_callback_array( 
- array( 
- "/EXECUTE_DATA/m" => function($matches) { 
-                        return "execute_data"; 
-                 }, 
- "/ZEND_VM_DISPATCH_TO_HANDLER\(\s*([A-Z_]*)\s*\)/m" => function($matches) use ($spec, $prefix, $op1, $op2) { 
-        return "return " . $matches[1] . ($spec?"_SPEC":"") . $prefix[$op1] . $prefix[$op2] . "_HANDLER(ZEND_OPCODE_HANDLER_ARGS_PASSTHRU)"; 
- }, 
- "/ZEND_VM_DISPATCH_TO_HELPER\(\s*([A-Za-z_]*)\s*\)/m" => function($matches) use ($spec, $prefix, $op1, $op2) { 
- return "return " . helper_name($matches[1], $spec, $op1, $op2) . "(ZEND_OPCODE_HANDLER_ARGS_PASSTHRU)"; 
- }, 
- "/ZEND_VM_DISPATCH_TO_HELPER_EX\(\s*([A-Za-z_]*)\s*,\s*[A-Za-z_]*\s*,\s*(.*)\s*\);/m" => function($matches) use ($spec, $prefix, $op1, $op2) { 
- return "return " . helper_name($matches[1], $spec, $op1, $op2) . "(" . $matches[2]. ", ZEND_OPCODE_HANDLER_ARGS_PASSTHRU);"; 
- }, 
- ), $code); 
-</code> 
- 
-The first parameter is an array in this function. In this parameter, Key is parameter, and value is callback. Subject will iterate and match each key. If it is matched, the callback will be called. In the meanwhile, the result will be the new subject and passed to the next match.  
- 
- 
-===== Proposed PHP Version(s) ===== 
-This is proposed for PHP7 
- 
-===== Unaffected PHP Functionality ===== 
-preg_filter(), preg_replace(), preg_replace_callback() will stay the same. 
- 
-===== Proposed Voting Choices ===== 
-Include these so readers know where you are heading and can discuss the proposed voting options. 
- 
-State whether this project requires a 2/3 or 50%+1 majority (see [[voting]]) 
- 
-===== Patches and Tests ===== 
-Write it later. 
  
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