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how do you escape ^ in regex?


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I want to replace number begins with ^ (powering symbol). echo preg_replace('^(\d+)', '<\\0>', $str)."\n"; gives meWarning: preg_replace(): No ending delimiter '^' found in C:\Users\rain\Desktop\blah.php on line 16 and echo preg_replace('\^(\d+)', '<\\0>', $str)."\n"; gives meWarning: preg_replace(): Delimiter must not be alphanumeric or backslash in C:\Users\rain\Desktop\blah.php on line 16 any ideas?

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