ID: 12663
User updated by: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Status: Open
Bug Type: Strings related
Operating System: Redhat 7.1 kernel 2.4.7
PHP Version: 4.0.6
New Comment:

Ugh, they have filtered incoming port 80..
to see the configuration.

Previous Comments:

[2001-08-08 17:43:26] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

    $bug = "this_is = a bug";
    list($var1, $var2) = sscanf($bug, "%s = %s");
    echo "Var1: $var1,  Var2: $var2\n";

Execute and you will see that it does not check on strings
and any spaces will foul the results which is not good.

Which means it is only checking at the word level, and
stopping once it hits a space, instead of parsing the
entirety as a string which is what it should be doing.

I have had to switch to using explode() which is problematic
because I may have more then 1 '=' sign in the string and I
only want to split on the first one.

Please get this fixed as it causes problems, headaches and
the need to write crappily inefficent workarounds when a
simple sscanf is all you should need.


Modules.. Hmm, I have no idea really, I installed the RPM.
Goto  for the php configuration
output if you need it.


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