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[Basic] Move a content, from database, to a php file

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Msg#: 4417543 posted 6:19 pm on Feb 14, 2012 (gmt 0)

Hi guys, i have a content in one of phpmyadmin field


the content is like this, its have two lines :

usually its called from a php file, using a variable, like this

[PHP]$#*$! = explode("\r\n", $text);[/PHP]

now i want to put the content, directly in the php file. This is working, to only put one line

[PHP]$#*$! = explode("\r\n", "text1");[/PHP]

But how is the right way to write both line? please help guys, i already tried these but no one works

[PHP]$#*$! = explode("\r\n", "text1", "text2");[/PHP]

[PHP]$#*$! = explode("\r\n", "text1, text2");[/PHP]

$#*$! = explode("\r\n", "text1");
$#*$! = explode("\r\n", "text2");

[PHP]$#*$! = explode("\r\n", "text1" AND "text2");[/PHP]

[PHP]$#*$! = explode("\r\n", "text1" . "text2");[/PHP]



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Msg#: 4417543 posted 8:21 pm on Feb 14, 2012 (gmt 0)

For starters, I would only use "\n" in the explode as unless you're only supporting Windows as I don't believe the "\r" is always present.

You can use trim per array element to get rid of the "\r" and other white noise.

To get to the second line, after the explode, you need to use a foreach() or just address them individually line text[0], text[1], etc. unless I'm misunderstanding the question.

Hard to comment on the rest as your variable is being filtered in your sample, what was that again? Put spaces between the letters or something so we can see what it is.

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