Yes.. Odd to say the least

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Subject: Re: [PHP-DB] Inserting a php file into a mysql database

On Sunday 25 December 2005 3:01 pm, Thomas Bonham wrote:

I am trying to insert a php page into a database. I need to know if
there is something that I need to do when setting up the table, also is
there something to do with the code.

Thank You for your help


Well, you could use fopen() to open the file, get a pointer, then insert the contents into the database. I'm wondering why you need to insert a php page
into a database, though.
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