PHP cookbook, 2nd Edition by David Sklar, Adam Trachtenberg

By David Sklar, Adam Trachtenberg

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To pad fields with something other than a space, however, use substr() to ensure that the field values aren’t too long and str_pad() to ensure that the field values aren’t too short. -padded fields. net/str_pad. 16 discusses pack() format strings in more detail.  Parsing Fixed-Width Field Data Records Problem You need to break apart fixed-width records in strings. Solution Use substr() as shown in Example 1-34. > Or unpack() , as shown in Example 1-35. >In each line, the title occupies the first 25 characters, the author’s name the next 14 characters, and the publication year the next 4 characters.

The recipes in Chpater 6 deal with using functions in PHP: processing arguments, passing and returning variables by reference, creating functions at runtime, and scoping variables. Chapter 7 covers PHP’s object-oriented capabilities, with recipes on OOP basics as well as PHP 5’s new features, such as magic methods, destructors, access control, and reflection. After the data types and building blocks come six chapters devoted to topics that are central to web programming. Chapter 8 covers cookies, headers, authentication, working with query strings, and other fundamentals of web applications.

Parsing Fixed-Width Field Data Records Problem You need to break apart fixed-width records in strings. Solution Use substr() as shown in Example 1-34. > Or unpack() , as shown in Example 1-35. >In each line, the title occupies the first 25 characters, the author’s name the next 14 characters, and the publication year the next 4 characters. >Exploding $booklist into an array of lines makes the looping code the same whether it’s operating over a string or a series of lines read in from a file. The loop can be made more flexible by specifying the field names and widths in a separate array that can be passed to a parsing function, as shown in the pc_fixed_width_substr() function in Example 1-36.

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