Re: [PHP] How to insert a file in a class?

2012-06-01 Thread sertcetin

file_get_contents() ?


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Alinti LAMP l...@afan.net


Hi to all.

Let's say there is a class

class Box
{
var $box_title;
var $box_content;

function __construct()
{
$this-box = '';
}


function box_title($title)
{
$this-title = $title;
}

function box_content($content)
{
$this-content = $content;
}

function make_box()
{
$this-box = 'h3'.$this-box_title.'/h3'.$this-box_content;
}


function get_box()
{
return $this-box;
}
}


$box = new Box();
$box-box_title('PHP Classes');
$box-box_content('Starting with PHP 5, the object model was  
rewritten to allow for better performance and more features. This  
was a major change from PHP 4. PHP 5 has a full object model.')

$box-make_box();
echo $box-get_box();

This works fine.

The problem I have is how to include a file as box_content? it  
could be plain text, but it could be a form or some kind of code.

$box-box_include(include(/path/to/file/file.php)) doesn't work, of course.

Wrapping up the whole code in a variable doesn't make a sense too:
# file.php
$content = '
form method=post action=$_SERVER['PHP_SELF']
Email = input type=text name=email
Pass = input type=password name=pass
input type=submit value=Submit
/form';

# main.php
$box = new Box();
$box-box_title('PHP Classes');
include(file.php);
$box-box_content($content);
$box-make_box();
echo $box-get_box();


Also, I'm sure I read once it's not correct to print directly from a  
class. First return a value/result to main code and then print.  
Correct?


LAMP





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Re: [PHP] How to insert a file in a class?

2012-06-01 Thread LAMP


On Jun 1, 2012, at 8:00 AM, Gibbs wrote:


On 01/06/12 13:41, LAMP wrote:

Hi to all.

Let's say there is a class

class Box
{
   var $box_title;
   var $box_content;

   function __construct()
   {
   $this-box = '';
   }


   function box_title($title)
   {
   $this-title = $title;
   }

   function box_content($content)
   {
   $this-content = $content;
   }

   function make_box()
   {
   $this-box = 'h3'.$this-box_title.'/h3'.$this- 
box_content;

   }


   function get_box()
   {
   return $this-box;
   }
}


$box = new Box();
$box-box_title('PHP Classes');
$box-box_content('Starting with PHP 5, the object model was  
rewritten to allow for better performance and more features. This  
was a major change from PHP 4. PHP 5 has a full object model.')

$box-make_box();
echo $box-get_box();

This works fine.

The problem I have is how to include a file as box_content? it  
could be plain text, but it could be a form or some kind of code.
$box-box_include(include(/path/to/file/file.php)) doesn't work, of  
course.


Wrapping up the whole code in a variable doesn't make a sense too:
# file.php
$content = '
form method=post action=$_SERVER['PHP_SELF']
   Email = input type=text name=email
   Pass = input type=password name=pass
input type=submit value=Submit
/form';

# main.php
$box = new Box();
$box-box_title('PHP Classes');
include(file.php);
$box-box_content($content);
$box-make_box();
echo $box-get_box();


Also, I'm sure I read once it's not correct to print directly from  
a class. First return a value/result to main code and then print.  
Correct?


LAMP



Couldn't you just do something like:

function box_content($file = NULL)
{
   $content = file_exists($file) ? include($file) : NULL;
   $this-content = $content;
}

It really depends what is being included (text, HTML, PHP etc).  
Personally I would create a different method for each different type  
as they will have to be treated and returned differently.


Gibbs


No. It doesn't work.
And yes, the content of the box could be anything.



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Re: [PHP] How to insert a file in a class?

2012-06-01 Thread LAMP


On Jun 1, 2012, at 7:46 AM, David OBrien wrote:




On Fri, Jun 1, 2012 at 8:41 AM, LAMP l...@afan.net wrote:
Hi to all.

Let's say there is a class

class Box
{
   var $box_title;
   var $box_content;

   function __construct()
   {
   $this-box = '';
   }


   function box_title($title)
   {
   $this-title = $title;
   }

   function box_content($content)
   {
   $this-content = $content;
   }

   function make_box()
   {
   $this-box = 'h3'.$this-box_title.'/h3'.$this- 
box_content;

   }


   function get_box()
   {
   return $this-box;
   }
}


$box = new Box();
$box-box_title('PHP Classes');
$box-box_content('Starting with PHP 5, the object model was  
rewritten to allow for better performance and more features. This  
was a major change from PHP 4. PHP 5 has a full object model.')

$box-make_box();
echo $box-get_box();

This works fine.

The problem I have is how to include a file as box_content? it  
could be plain text, but it could be a form or some kind of code.
$box-box_include(include(/path/to/file/file.php)) doesn't work, of  
course.


Wrapping up the whole code in a variable doesn't make a sense too:
# file.php
$content = '
   form method=post action=$_SERVER['PHP_SELF']
   Email = input type=text name=email
   Pass = input type=password name=pass
   input type=submit value=Submit
   /form';

# main.php
$box = new Box();
$box-box_title('PHP Classes');
include(file.php);
$box-box_content($content);
$box-make_box();
echo $box-get_box();


Also, I'm sure I read once it's not correct to print directly from a  
class. First return a value/result to main code and then print.  
Correct?


LAMP

file_get_contents


I still can get the content of a file?!?
echo file_get_contents($content);
doesn't show anything. though,
echo htmlspecialchars(file_get_content($content));
will show the code. means it is there



Re: [PHP] How to insert a file in a class?

2012-06-01 Thread ma...@behnke.biz


LAMP l...@afan.net hat am 1. Juni 2012 um 14:41 geschrieben:

 include(file.php);
 $box-box_content($content);
 $box-make_box();
 echo $box-get_box();


Wrong approach.
Right is:

$content = file_get_contents('file.php');
$box-box_content($content);


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Re: [PHP] How to insert a file in a class?

2012-06-01 Thread LAMP


On Jun 1, 2012, at 8:11 AM, LAMP wrote:



On Jun 1, 2012, at 7:46 AM, David OBrien wrote:




On Fri, Jun 1, 2012 at 8:41 AM, LAMP l...@afan.net wrote:
Hi to all.

Let's say there is a class

class Box
{
  var $box_title;
  var $box_content;

  function __construct()
  {
  $this-box = '';
  }


  function box_title($title)
  {
  $this-title = $title;
  }

  function box_content($content)
  {
  $this-content = $content;
  }

  function make_box()
  {
  $this-box = 'h3'.$this-box_title.'/h3'.$this- 
box_content;

  }


  function get_box()
  {
  return $this-box;
  }
}


$box = new Box();
$box-box_title('PHP Classes');
$box-box_content('Starting with PHP 5, the object model was  
rewritten to allow for better performance and more features. This  
was a major change from PHP 4. PHP 5 has a full object model.')

$box-make_box();
echo $box-get_box();

This works fine.

The problem I have is how to include a file as box_content? it  
could be plain text, but it could be a form or some kind of code.
$box-box_include(include(/path/to/file/file.php)) doesn't work, of  
course.


Wrapping up the whole code in a variable doesn't make a sense too:
# file.php
$content = '
  form method=post action=$_SERVER['PHP_SELF']
  Email = input type=text name=email
  Pass = input type=password name=pass
  input type=submit value=Submit
  /form';

# main.php
$box = new Box();
$box-box_title('PHP Classes');
include(file.php);
$box-box_content($content);
$box-make_box();
echo $box-get_box();


Also, I'm sure I read once it's not correct to print directly from  
a class. First return a value/result to main code and then print.  
Correct?


LAMP

file_get_contents


I still can get the content of a file?!?
echo file_get_contents($content);
doesn't show anything. though,
echo htmlspecialchars(file_get_content($content));
will show the code. means it is there



Works perfect! Me dummy, forgot I had style=display: none; within  
the dive tag :) :) :)

Thanks to all for help.



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