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I looked at the string.....
see all of the s's? It means that unserializer will produce a string that
looks like was not unserialized(but it was). So, I just deleted everthing to
the 'a' and removed everything past the last } at the end.
I'm glad it worked out for you:)
On Thursday 19 September 2002 01:35 am, Geoff Caplan wrote:
> PN> It looks like that string has been serialized multiple times
> Many thanks - that is the problem! I think that this qualifies as one
> of my more creative bugs...
> Can I ask you how you spotted this? Pretty impressive, considering you
> only had the string itself to go on.
> Thanks again,
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