[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> 
> From:             [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Operating system: Win2k
> PHP version:      4.0.5
> PHP Bug Type:     *Function Specific
> Bug description:  levenshtein doesn't handle odd arguments well
> 
> Hello Hartmut,
> 
> levenshtein ('foot','fot','0','0','1');
>  - and -
> levenshtein ('foot','fot','0','1','1');
> 
> return the following error:
> 
> Warning:  levenshtein(): argument string(s) too long in 
>f:/xitami/pub/php_er/mysql/test.php on line 3

<?
echo levenshtein ('foot','fot','0','0','1')."<br>\n";
echo levenshtein ('foot','fot','0','1','1')."<br>\n";
echo levenshtein ('foot','fot','1','1','0')."<br>\n";
echo levenshtein ('foot','fot','1','0','0')."<br>\n";
echo levenshtein ('foot','fot','0','0','0')."<br>\n";
?>

gives

1
1
0
0
0

for me (php-4.0.5 on a linux box)

i know that it isn't checking for negative weights which would produce
the message mentioned above, but zeros shouldn't break anything ... ?

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