Hello Diogene, 2008/3/4, Diogene Laerce <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: > echo base64_decode($timestamps); > > give me back the text translation. And anyway, no translation on this > picture looks like a timestamp list ?? > > Can you show me the light ?
Sure. As it is written in the demexp book on page 33, a set of timestamps is encoded as a gzipped array of 32 bits integer. So, roughly, you need to base64_decode then ungzip the $timestamps and then exploit as a binary array of 32-bits integers. Frankly, I don't know how to do this in PHP or if it is even possible. Why don't you use the call get_timestamps_decoded()? It gives you the same timestamps but as a nice set of three integer arrays already uncompressed. It would be much easier for you. Yours, d. _______________________________________________ Demexp-dev mailing list Demexpfirstname.lastname@example.org http://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/demexp-dev