A couple of options:

1. Use eval($databaseString); there are risks as it could be used to execute arbitrary code should the database be compromised.


2. If your data string is enclosed in single quote php won't evaluate the variables. Consider changing the outside quotes to double quotes.

Bastien

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On Jan 6, 2009, at 2:30 PM, "Stephen Sunderlin" <stephen.sunder...@verizon.net > wrote:

I'm emailing an html file through phpmailer and the sql look up is getting the html from a table and setting it into a variable. Within the html from the table are also variables that are also being called by the same sql that
is looking up the html variable.  However the variable in the html are
echoing as $var instead of the assigned value being called from the sql
look-up

Not sure what the solution is.  Any thoughts.



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