> Thanks heaps for your help I really appreciate it. I have
> made the changes you suggested but now I only get a blank screen.
These are more general hints on ways to solve the problem yourself.
> function getmydate($hit)
> $single = explode (" ",$hit);
> return $single.$single;
What happens if you feed this function a designated string that you
explicitly provide. ie. Define $string to be a line of data you'd like
get date info on and then call the function. If you get the right thing
you know your function is doing what you expected.
> $filename = ("combined_log");
> //fopen ($filename, "r");
> $fcontents = file($filename);
> $limit = 1;
> for ($i = 0; $i <= $limit; $i++)
> $line = $fcontents[i];
Try echo'ing $line to make sure you actually had something happen.
> if (!empty($line))
> $currentdate = getmydate($line);
> echo $currentdate;
Work up to the whole solution if you find things not working like you'd
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