Am Mittwoch 05 November 2008 schrieb Kornel Lesiński:

> Yes, because path "${ud/id}" is supposed to do exactly that. If ud/id does
> not evaluate to a variable name, then you should use "ud/id".

This means, the same syntax "${x/y}" has different results depending 
of its usage in a path: or a string: context?
I didnt know that.
My problem was solved after a had added a "string:" in front of all $value
parts of my expression before feeding them into phptal_tales().

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