On Fri, 23 Nov 2001 14:10, Joseph Blythe wrote:
> Is there a way to strip only php code out of an html file? I know about
> strip_tags but its going to be alot of work to make the allowable list,
> as all I want to strip out is:
> <?php ... ?>
> I tried like so:
> eregi_replace ("<?php include(\"whatever.php\"); ?>", "", $string);
> but it didn't find it suppose because of the escape characters...
> Another option would be to find the php code evaluate it and then put
> the result back in the correct position, I sort of tried this with not
> much luck.
> Any ideas..
It sounds like you want to capture the output of the script - so you just
end up with what you would see in View Source???
Is this a one off thing, or what exactly is the problem you are trying to
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