Is it possible to return the result of eval function to a string rather than

outputting directly to the browser?

Thanks for your advice 


You're welcome.

The first freakin' example in TFM http://www.php.net/eval is this;

$string = 'cup';
$name = 'coffee';
$str = 'This is a $string with my $name in it.';
echo $str. "\n";
eval("\$str = \"$str\";");
echo $str. "\n";

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