Ok. Maybe a bad example. But what if it's a function, e.g.

$id = 2;
$code = "<td><?php echo Func1($id) ?></td>"
$html = someFunction($code);

Now, $html should contain "<td>{the result of the Func1 function}</td>"

The reason why I want this is that I have a site where all the text on each
side lies in a MySQL database, and I have a php script which shows the pages
with a common header, footer, menu etc.. But I want the text to also contain
php code which will be evaluated by the script!


Morten Gjetanger

"Jason Stechschulte" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> skrev i melding
> On Fri, Nov 09, 2001 at 10:33:39PM +0100, Morten Gjetanger wrote:
> > I like to evaluate som PHP code, but I want the result to be putted into
> > string.
> > example:
> >
> > $var = "Test1";
> > $code = "<td><?php echo $var1?></td>";
> > $html = someFunction($code);
> >
> > After this i want $html to contain "<td>Test1</td>
> $var = "Test1";
> $code = "<td>$var</td>";
> $html = someFunction($code);
> Done.
> --
> Jason Stechschulte
> --
> "You can't have filenames longer than 14 chars.
> You can't even think about them!"
>              -- Larry Wall in Configure from the perl distribution

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