Stuart Dallas wrote: > On Monday, 11 April 2011 at 02:12, Curtis Maurand wrote: > nevermind. There is a function: fgetcsv(); > > Ewww!
Say what you want, it works. Your solution is way more elegant. regex's are not my strong suit. I have to have the regex pocket reference to understand that regex that's in there. However, the fgetcsv breaks it up into a few chunks and I have to break up the first chunk, but that's space delimited, so its not so bad. I'll probably use yours. Thanks for the class. > > http://blog.ericlamb.net/2010/01/parse-apache-log-files-with-php/ > > -Stuart > > -- > Stuart Dallas > 3ft9 Ltd > http://3ft9.com/ > > >> Curtis Maurand wrote: >> > >> > >> > Hello, >> > I'm trying to run through an apache log >> file in an attempt to >> > get all of the user agents. >> > >> > The question is how do I split the >> > string? I can't >> seem to find a workable delimiter. Each >> > section of the >> file is enclosed in quotes and that should be helpful, but >> > it >> doesn't seem to be. I can't seem to set the delimiter to '" >> "' I can't >> > seem to find any good >> > examples, >> either. >> > >> > I can't split on spaces, because the user >> > agents generally have spaces in them. >> > >> > I was >> trying to use >> > explode. >> print_r(explode('" "', $line); >> > >> > Any help >> > would be appreciated. >> > thanks, >> > Curtis >> > >