I am using XSLT functions in PHP to transform a string (whose data is a 
string of XML) into another string.  Ideally, the second string will 
consist of PHP code.  I would like this outputted PHP code to be 
executed within the same script as the that which performs this 

Here is what I am wondering -- will I be able to evaluate the variable 
containing the new string somehow?  In other words, I will have PHP code 
trapped in a variable, which I will need to have evaluated in order to 
have the code inside executed.  How can I take a variable containing PHP 
code and have it get executed along with the rest of the script?

In other words,

$php_code_in_here = 'echo "hi there";';  // PHP code in a variable

Will this variable just be evaluated by the script as it is parsed??

Forgive me if the answer is staring me in the face, I'm just not seeing 




Erik Price
Web Developer Temp
Media Lab, H.H. Brown

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