PHP how do I split this option string to this kind of array

This string comes from ajax GET, I have decided to make a option "field".

String: width(400),height(200),age(99),string(test)

How do I split this into this kind of array:

$myArray =
   'width' => 400,
   'height' => 200,
   'age' => 99,
   'string => 'test'

Please take a note that integers has to integers, to make it easier for calculations.


$str = "width(400),height(200),age(99),string(test)";
preg_match_all('/(\d|\w)+/', $str,$matches);
$array = array();
for ($i=0; $i < count($matches[0]); $i += 2) { 
    $array[$matches[0][$i]] = $matches[0][$i+1];


    [width] => 400
    [height] => 200
    [age] => 99
    [string] => test

Why not change the way you send the data?

  dataType: "json",
  url: url,
  data: {width:400, height: 200, age: 99, aString: "test"},
  success: success

That will be easier to process in PHP. Save yourself a headache :)

The regex can probably be improved (it's not my strong point), but you could do something like this:

$string = 'width(400),height(200),age(99),string(test)';
preg_match_all('/(\w+)\((\w+)\)/', $string, $matches);

$output = array_combine($matches[1], $matches[2]);

Which outputs:

  'width' => string '400' (length=3)
  'height' => string '200' (length=3)
  'age' => string '99' (length=2)
  'string' => string 'test' (length=4)

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