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Old 05-09-2006, 01:10 PM   #1
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fwrite in another fwrite?

hi all

at the momeny i have this statement, which writes:

PHP Code:
if (isset($_SESSION['checkbox10'])) {
fwrite($handle,'<td><xsl:value-of select="fgeu_code"/></td>'."\n");

this writes:

[HTML]<td><xsl:value-of select="county_UA"/></td>[/HTML]

i want be able to add back colour to the td and i have this so far which writes the statement:

PHP Code:
if (isset($_SESSION['radiobutton1']))
  if (
$_SESSION['radiobutton1'] == 'chocolate')
$colour "#D2691E";
   elseif (
$_SESSION['radiobutton1'] == 'forestgreen')
$colour "#228B22";
   elseif (
$_SESSION['radiobutton1'] == 'turquoise')
$colour "#00DED1";
if (isset(
fwrite($handle,"<td bgcolor=\"$colour\"><xsl:value-of select=\"county_UA\"/></td>"."\n"); 
this writes:

[HTML]<td bgcolor="#D2691E"><xsl:value-of select="county_UA"/></td>[/HTML]

i want to be able just to modify the exisiting line above but with out writing the entire code so it will only add the [HTML]bgcolor="#D2691E[/HTML]

so it will look like something like this i think:

PHP Code:
fwrite($handle,<td bgcolorfwrite($handle,\"$colour\"><xsl:value-of select=\"county_UA\"/></td>"."\n"); 
so it will write the line and if the colour is requested it will add the bkground colour.

is that possible?

here is a picture to see what i mean!

thanks all

Last edited by ati; 05-09-2006 at 01:30 PM.
Old 05-11-2006, 02:16 AM   #2
Wim Sturkenboom
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So you want to replace <TD> by <TD bgcolor="$bgcolor">. Have a look at string replace functions. Not sure which one will do, maybe substr_replace
Old 05-11-2006, 02:25 AM   #3
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ya ya something like that

thanks i'll have a look


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