If you're trying to get a LITERAL ?> Use > for your > symbol so that you have


I also noticed you didn't have a <? at the beginning of your string, so use &lt;? for that.

Does this help?

John W. Holmes wrote:

>subject's allready my question ! I want to echo something like :

action = \",?php echo $PHP_SELF ?> \" >" so that the action becomes echo $PHP_SELF ?> !! But I can't figure out how to escape ?> so that


> interpreter doesn't take it as the end of the script ! Any idea ?

Maybe I don't understand... but,

echo "\" >";

---John Holmes...

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