ktuskey at exostream.com
Sat Jun 22 21:09:21 EDT 2002
I think I misread your problem, so you can disregard my previous
response. As for $str, eval() doesn't necessarily return a value. If
you need to handle output buffer control, look into the ob_* functions.
I'd also like to suggest that you find a better way to do this. Using
eval() on code from a db isn't the most efficient way of doing what you
From: Ian Forsyth [mailto:ian at plusfour.org]
Sent: Saturday, June 22, 2002 8:11 PM
To: NYPHP Talk
Subject: [nycphp-talk] eval;
I am setting a basic CMS type thing.
Speediness aside, I am storing any all content in the db.
Basically i am trying to store php in the db that I want to do and
on. To get started I inserted the following into the db -
and am doing the following for the result set
$str = eval($row['content']);
Storing the value in $str does nothing and output buffering didn't seem
work; how can i control where the eval gets spit out?
I have read about doing addslashes and stripslashes, but that does not
to work in my case....
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