Subject: Re: [htdig] unfortunate coding choice?
From: Bernard T. Higonnet (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Feb 06 2000 - 22:05:56 PST
Geoff Hutchison wrote:
> At 11:31 PM -0500 2/6/00, Bernard T. Higonnet wrote:
> >It seems to me that when the number of hits is greater than
> >matches_per_page the html for the links to successive pages up to 10 is
> >output as a single line.
> To be perfectly accurate, I'm assuming you mean the PAGELIST variable
> is being output as one line of text/HTML code. Correct?
Yes. Also I should have said when ((# of hits)/matches_per_page) > 10
> If this is your problem, see:
> As to the php3 line limit, I can't answer the question--if there is a
> line limit, you're dead. But I can't imagine why they'd bother having
Well, these things do happen sometimes... In my case I wanted to execute
str_replace which would have involved 10 replacements in one shot, which
might give it indigestion
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