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urldecode Help Please..

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I see Google edited my email address. Lets try this.

captonline at yahoo dot com

Can you guys help me out please? I need to implement urldecode into a
php script and don't know how. Here is the string I need to include it
into.

$this->get_category_dropdown($db,"d[category]",$show->CATEGORY,1);
I have tried:
".urlencode($this->get_category_dropdown($db,"d[category]").",$show->CATEGO*RY,1);

But it doesn't work.
I'm new to Google groups and don't know how to get an answer. Could
someone respond to captonl...@yahoo.com with an answer please?
Thank you!
Frank

Jan 25 '07 #1
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Rik
On Thu, 25 Jan 2007 01:09:56 +0100, fjm67 <fj*********@yahoo.comwrote:
I see Google edited my email address. Lets try this.
Google might. Google's attempt at providing a portal for usenet isn't that
great. I see your message fine though.

On that note: try to read something about usenet/netiquette etc. Asking to
email the answer to you is 'not done', with some exceptions. (For instance
when it's more desirable to collect a vast amount of various answers, and
post a summary of the answers given afterwards). If you're not willing to
put some time in to learn how to use usenet (or Google Groups if you
must....), why should we take the time to help you out?
Can you guys help me out please? I need to implement urldecode into a
php script and don't know how. Here is the string I need to include it
into.
http://www.php.net/urldecode
'implement urldecode' is not entirely clear to me.
$this->get_category_dropdown($db,"d[category]",$show->CATEGORY,1);
This isn't a string, it's some object method taking variables we know
nothing about. Let's for the sake of argument assume it does return a
string.
I have tried:
urlencode(...);
I thought you said decode, not encode?
But it doesn't work.
It works, you're just not clear on what you want.
I'm new to Google groups and don't know how to get an answer. Could
someone respond to captonl...@yahoo.com with an answer please?
I won't, so maybe you don't see this message.
--
Rik Wasmus
* I'm testing several new newsreaders at the moment. Please excuse
possible errors and weird content. *
Jan 25 '07 #2

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