eval() should work for you
You also may want to consider including files coded
something like this:
Then you just set the values for the vars in your code
- include the file.
--- Hendrik Daldrup <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> i am working with templates, which i put into a
> string ($user_screen)
> and in the end i make the output with
> echo $user_screen;
> where $user_screen would contain the template file
> However, if the $user_screen contains any php code
> it gets echo'ed as
> well, instead of parsed.
> (ok, that sounds logical),
> but is there a way i can make php parse the php code
> within this string?
> i thought, that maybe "include" would work that way,
> but its not
> possible to include a string, is it?
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