[nycphp-talk] dynamic string manipulation when web serving - best practices and ideas?
sm11szw02 at sneakemail.com
Fri Jun 11 13:11:33 EDT 2004
Excellent, thanks. I didn't know output buffering was re-entrant. Can
anyone comment on the performance issues of re-entrant use site wide
(every page would be processed through at least one layer of output
buffering.... a nice way to preserve the original code base, but at what
Rolan Yang rolan-at-omnistep.com |nyphp 04/2004| wrote:
> If your code is messy and it would be too tedious going through and
> doing str_replace's, you might want to write an buffer handler that
> does a search/replace
> on the output buffer. This script could include'd at the top of each
> php script.
> See: http://www.php.net/manual/en/ref.outcontrol.php
> for more info.
> inforequest wrote:
>> I would like to ask you all what are recommended techniques for
>> dynamic string manipulation/insertion on my website in an AMP
>> I have an existing mysql database of content "blah blah blah, ad
>> nausium blah blah blah" served by various dynamic pages, and would
>> like to m
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