PHP String quoted_printable_encode() Function
The quoted_printable_encode() function is a built-in function of PHP which is used to convert an 8-bit string to a quoted-printable string. This function is opposite to the quoted_printable_decode(), and similar to the imap_8bit() function. It returns a quoted printable string that is created according to RFC2045 (MIME http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc2045.html).
The syntax for this function is given below:
str (mandatory) - This function has only one string parameter as input, which represents the 8-bit string. It is a mandatory parameter.
It returns an encoded string.
Supported PHP version
This function can be implemented by PHP 5.3.0+ versions
There are some examples given below which will help us to understand the quoted_printable_encode() function, and it?s working in a better way.
It will encode the 8-bit string into the quoted-printable string.
The browser output of the following code will be:
H=C3=ABllo Guy! Welcome to javaTpoint.
The HTML output can be seen by right-clicking on browser output and select View page source. The HTML output for the following code will be:
Note: The quoted_printable_encode() function is used in the mailing system to encode any message. We use quoted_printable_decode() function at receiver?s end to decode back to the string.