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processing strings as code

I'm trying to make a generic form processor, but I have several spots
whre I need to include custom code (validation, UPDATEs, etc), now I
could have four seperate files to include the necessary code but I
think that would be messy. Is there a way I can define a bunch of
strings with stuff like:

$validate="if ($list_data = 5) {
$err = \"Data Sould be 5.\";
}";

and then insert in so that becomes part of the running code and not a
string... Any ideas?

Thanks
Larry

Jul 17 '05 #1
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