# phil@stripped / 2003-05-14 17:03:03 -0400:
> > the preg_split() call should have looked e. g. like this:
> > preg_split('~\s+~', $txt_searchstring)
> > and the sprintf() one:
> > sprintf('%s LIKE "%s"', $col, $word);
> I tried those modifications and now am getting an error on this :
> As undefined.
that function exists in PHP since 4.3.0--as you would have known if
you had a look in the PHP manual. you can use mysql_escape_string()
instead of it. it would be nice if you showed you did your part of
solving your problem, such as: didn't just whine "it gives me parse
errors, what am I supposed to do", but looked at the code you'd
been given and fixed those typos yourself.
rule no. 1: don't expect others to do your homework.
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