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Using wildcard * in php

I am trying to create a link to a jpg file on my php website using a wildcard to return the string to the browser. Here is the function

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  1.   function getUserProfile($userid) {
  2.     if ($userid == SPY_USERID) return NULL;
  4.     return('../images/comprofiler/' . $userid . '*' . ".jpg");
[Please use CODE tags when posting source code. Thanks! --pbmods]

This returns http://mysite.com/images/comprofiler/63*.jpg

it should return http://mysite.com/images/comprofiler...josfsfj234.jpg

63 is the userid.

Someone please show me the proper sytax for wilcards. Thanks
Jun 17 '07 #1
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Where does the text between '63' and '.jpg' come from?
You can't just throw in a wild card sign and expect the code to guess the file name :P
Jun 18 '07 #2

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