Enclosure html into a string and echo out : echo « Utility Function « PHP





Enclosure html into a string and echo out

 
<html>

<?php

  $str = "<textarea rows=\"5\" cols=\"48\">\"this is a test!\"\n(test!)\n\n \t\t\t Caligula </textarea>";

  echo( $str );
?>

</html>
  
  










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