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Undefined Offset

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I'm getting this error "Undefined offset" for the lines $price=$match[1];

Below is the code. Please help me to solve this and also i need extract from website using php. Your help is highly appreciated . Thanks for ur time.

$content = file_get_contents('');

preg_match('#<tr><th>(.*)</th> <td><b>price</b></td></tr>#', $content, $match);
$price = $match[1];

preg_match('#<input type="hidden" name="quantity_on_hand" value="(.*?)">#', $content, $match);
$in_stock = $match[1];

echo "Price: $price - Availability: $in_stock\n";
Sep 29 '11 #1
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use print_r function to make sure that this index exists...
Sep 29 '11 #2

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thank u so much. can u pls specify where to change . i'm a newbie to php. pls help .
Sep 29 '11 #3

P: 1,059
It wont give you the solution, but it will help you to debug.

use the function after calling file_get_contents
Sep 29 '11 #4

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Thank u so much for ur time!!
Sep 29 '11 #5

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