On Jul 2, 2012, at 22:15, "Jim Lucas" <li...@cmsws.com> wrote:

> I think you missed something here...
> The above function uses strtr() not strstr()

Wow. I knew there had to be a simple, logical explanation (there was), that it 
would likely be one of those stupid things that I'd spot in two seconds the 
next morning (it was). That didn't stop me, however, from spending the last few 
hours hashing it over in the back of my mind, trying to figure out what magical 
power could make strstr() return content that is not in the haystack.

I feel like an idiot now, but at the same time, I am greatly relieved that all 
is right with the world, that the logic I've grown so accustomed to in thirty 
years of programming had not gone to voodoo. Thank you for that :-).

Hmm, I wonder if those thirty years are having a different sort of impact on 
me, in the form of decaying eyesight....

Bob Williams

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