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how to pass a string to htmlarea and gets the output string formated by htmlarea


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cvcc
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Dec 17, 2004, 11:39 PM

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how to pass a string to htmlarea and gets the output string formated by htmlarea Can't Post

for instance, i have a file named abc.html, i want to formated it by htmlarea. but i don't know how to pass the string and how to get the output string formated by htmlarea. my php like this:

Code
   <?php    
$text=file_get_contents("http://mysite.net/abc.html");

//parse the $text by htmlarea
$formated_text=formate_using_htmlarea($text);

echo $formated_text;
?>

who can help me to code the function formate_using_htmlarea()?


(This post was edited by cvcc on Dec 18, 2004, 12:04 AM)

 
 
 


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