Thank you very much, Sean, for your very prompt and helpful response.
I think this output buffer facility (ob_.... functions) is just what I am
after! I have already tested it out in a small way just now.
"Sean R. Bright" wrote in message
>Have a look at Zeev Suraski's article on output buffering over at Zend.com,
>he discusses just this:
>(Requires a relatively new version of PHP though.)
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Moorhouse-Aires Family [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
>> Sent: Thursday, January 11, 2001 9:19 AM
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>> Subject: [PHP-DEV] Can PHP code access (as a string) the accumulating
>> output stream?
>> Hello, PHP gurus.
>> This is a long shot. I am wanting to know if there is a
>> method available
>> from within PHP code, by which I can fetch (in a string) the current
>> contents of the HTML output stream
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