Thank you for your help regarding parsing the url (Hey, go figure, they
named the function almost exactly the same as my question.).
I am still at sea about getting all the information from the url header. If
I leave the brackets empty [e.g. parse_url() ] I get an error saying I have
a parameter mismatch. When I fill the brackets with $query_string, I get an
answer but it's in the form of an array. Finally when I echo the array, the
"query" string echos in the "path" slot. Any ideas?
echo $p[host]." 1 ".$p[path]." 2 ".$p[query]." 3 ";
----- Original Message -----
From: "CC Zona" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Saturday, February 02, 2002 1:58 PM
Subject: [PHP] Re: Address unknown
> In article <000e01c1ac31$2cdf6f20$0100007f@localhost>,
> [EMAIL PROTECTED] (Hugh Danaher) wrote:
> > Some one please tell me to RTFN!, but first tell me where to look. :-)
> > I have a page with an image of a map which delivers the following info
> > address bar of someplace.php. the <img src=image.gif ismap> html code
> > delivers the coordinates of the cursor when clicked. What I want to do,
> > get the following so that I can parse it.
> > file:///C:/php/museum/DB MUSE/someplace.php?98,165
> phpinfo() <http://php.net/phpinfo> will show you all the server variables
> at your disposal, including $QUERY_STRING.
> parse_url() <http://php.net/parse-url> is also a useful one to know about.
> And explode() <http://php.net/explode> will parse that comma-delimited
> of coordinates into an array so you can access the values individually.
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