Maybe parse_str() will do the trick?

  I am using it in a close situation, I store:


  And $a has value 1, $b has value 2.

  But I guess to work in your case you would need to stripslashes(); and
str_replace(';', '&', $string) before the parse_str();


Julio Nobrega.

Um dia eu chego lá:

Ajudei? Salvei? Que tal um presentinho?

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Hi Folks,
I save an ascii-sentence, representing my vars and their values in the db
after I request them, I try to eval them.
here is what I get back from the db
(values are just typed in ;-) )
then I try to eval them with

$tmpeval=$vars[1]; // $vars[1] is where the data is in my answer-array
eval ("\$tmpeval = \"$tmpeval\";");

after this ther should each var have it´s values like
$scar should be 3
$anrede should be Herr

I also tried
but that doesn´t work either.
Can anybody see my mistake, or is there any length-limit in eval ??

TIA Oliver

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