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PostPosted: Wed Aug 17, 2005 2:42 pm 
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Short Answer - phpBB doesn't turn & into &, so you can put in character entities.

Well, in the past (when the AOL censors where on), if you did this:

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fopen($file,"r");


it would become: fopen($file, "are");

So... you substitute it with a character entity r and it works.

Funny thing though... not only are AOL censors off, but character entities seem to expand when in PHP code... ah, I guess it's for the better.


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that would have only been with the "original" or current php tags and things.

Mine didn't have the issue :P


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