Well I figured out a solution. Using a combination of explode() to
create an array from $bar,
check to see if $bar is an array and
feed the array to vprintf()....
Gerard Samuel wrote:
> Im trying to make a dynamic printf().
> By that I mean ->
> function this($foo, $bar)
> if (strlen($bar) == '0')
> printf($foo, $bar);
> Now it works if there is one argument passed, but it doesn't when
> there is more than one.
> $str = 'should';
> this('This %s work', $str); // work
> $str = 'is, a';
> this('This %s just %s test', $str); // doesn't work
> So I guess, arguments passed to it has to be physical arguments, and
> not represented in a string.
> Am I banging my head on a wall with this??
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