I am using var_dump for printing a variable, named $info. Now I need to print message_id as shown below, but the string is not getting print.
public 'date' => string 'Sun, 14 Oct 2012 19:45:26 +0100' (length=31)
public 'Date' => string 'Sun, 14 Oct 2012 19:45:26 +0100' (length=31)
public 'subject' => string 'deposit' (length=7)
public 'Subject' => string 'deposit' (length=7)
public 'message_id' => string '<[email protected]om>' (length=68)
public 'toaddress' => string 'sbsa secretaccount <[email protected]>' (length=43)
I'm using this line,
Also if I try this,
$temp = '<[email protected]om>';
Only :::: is getting printed, the $temp variable is ignored? Why?
You have an object, not an array. Use:
php.net - Objects
In response to your second point - as the string is encapsulated in
>, the browser will try and display this as HTML, if you view the source of the page, you will see that your
$temp string is in there.
You could use htmlentities() in order to convert the characters to HTML entities:
<blah blah blah> is seen by the browser as an HTML tag and is not displayed raw. If you go to View Source you will see it's right there. To avoid this problem, use
Agree with both @deifwud and @Kolink. Your string should be :
$temp = htmlspecialchars('<[email protected]om>'); echo "::$temp::";
That will escape the < and > so that browser don't intreprate them like tag.