Laravel 5.5 String Helper Function: after

November 27, 2017 —John Koster

The after method can be used to return a part of a string after the first occurrence of a $search character.

This method can be used to help parse URL query strings, or to quickly find substrings based on a certain character.


The signature of the after method is:

1public static function after(
2 $subject,
3 $search
4 );

#Example Use

The after method can be used like so:

1use Illuminate\Support\Str;
3// Outputs "ref=newsletter"
4echo Str::after('', '?');

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