On Mon, 22 Oct 2001 22:09:56 -0700, Nick Richardson wrote: >Hey everyone, > >Anyone out there know how i could do this: > >I have a client who is an import car tuner. They would like to >feature the >cars they work on in their website. Instead of creating a new .html >or .php >file for every car they add to include the background setup, and the >general >content (type of car, owner, etc...) i want to put the information >in to >text file and search for it in there. > >So that's where i need help. I want to be able to put the info into >a text >file and pass the string to search for through the URL, then match >everything between that line and an ending line in the text file, >and print >that out to the browser. > >Example: I want to pass a string using the URL >(blah.php?car=civic_si) then >search for ##civic_si in the text file, and print everything until >it finds >##end. So the text file will look like this: > >##civic_si >This is my content, blah blah >##end > >##nissan >This is more content... yadda yadda >##end > >Any ideas on how i can do this???
the easiest way would be with sed: $data=`sed -n '/##civic_si/,/##end/p' $filename` -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To contact the list administrators, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]