Re: [PHP] Re: Xpath arguments in variable

2010-09-16 Thread Pete Ford
On 15/09/10 18:00, David Harkness wrote: And let's not forget $v = $row-xpath(//membernumber[. = \$MemberId\]); The \ inside the string turns into a double-quote and using to delimit the string allows for variable substitution. Oooh, I hate using backslashes - they always seem so untidy...

Re: [PHP] Re: Xpath arguments in variable

2010-09-16 Thread David Harkness
On Thu, Sep 16, 2010 at 1:20 AM, Pete Ford p...@justcroft.com wrote: On 15/09/10 18:00, David Harkness wrote: $v = $row-xpath(//membernumber[. = \$MemberId\]); Oooh, I hate using backslashes - they always seem so untidy... I have a pathological fear of sed scripts, too. :( And yet I find

Re: [PHP] Re: Xpath arguments in variable

2010-09-15 Thread Ashley Sheridan
On Wed, 2010-09-15 at 14:03 +0530, Sridhar Pandurangiah wrote: Original Message Subject: Re: Xpath arguments in variable From: php-gene...@garydjones.name (Gary) To: Date: Wed Sep 15 2010 13:34:11 GMT+0530 (IST) Whats wrong with $v = $row-xpath('//membernumber

Re: [PHP] Re: Xpath arguments in variable

2010-09-15 Thread Sridhar Pandurangiah
Managed to resolve it. Phew! $v = $row-xpath('//membernumber[. = ' . '' . $MemberId . '' . ']'); works. Best regards Sridhar Original Message Subject: Re: [PHP] Re: Xpath arguments in variable From: a...@ashleysheridan.co.uk (Ashley Sheridan) To: Date: Wed Sep 15 2010 14

Re: [PHP] Re: Xpath arguments in variable

2010-09-15 Thread Ashley Sheridan
On Wed, 2010-09-15 at 14:27 +0530, Sridhar Pandurangiah wrote: Managed to resolve it. Phew! $v = $row-xpath('//membernumber[. = ' . '' . $MemberId . '' . ']'); works. Best regards Sridhar Original Message Subject: Re: [PHP] Re: Xpath arguments in variable From

Re: [PHP] Re: Xpath arguments in variable

2010-09-15 Thread David Harkness
And let's not forget $v = $row-xpath(//membernumber[. = \$MemberId\]); The \ inside the string turns into a double-quote and using to delimit the string allows for variable substitution.