"Robert Gormley" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> Hi all,
> I have a MySQL db which contains table test, field test... one of the
> entries is
> "<? external($url, $text); ?>"
> Where external() is a function i've written which outputs simple text.
> I want to be able to put calls to this function into the database, and
> them parsed on rendering... With the above example, the raw code is just
> spat to the browser, and doesn't hit the interpreter.

Either trim the string and eval(), or change the database to store just the
contents of $url and $text and do the call to external() in your PHP code.
Personally, I think the second is preferable (by the principle of
orthogonality ;-).

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