Hi Lance:

On Sun, Jun 16, 2002 at 01:31:45AM +0800, Lance wrote:
> i was developing an application that will read in the content of a html 
> file. and within this html file contains php variables which will be 
> replaced using the eval() function with its required value. and within 
> this html, i want to be able to run php functions.
> ... snip ...
> eval("\$rs = \"<span class=\"normal\">".date("m d 
> y")."$phpVar</span>\";");

Why not merge your PHP and HTML straight up like this?

<span class="normal"><?php echo date('m d y') . $phpVar; ?></span>

Then, just have the whole HTML file parsed as PHP.


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