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Please Help Correcting PHP Code, Eregi Function

Discussion in 'PHP' started by WebDevNow, Apr 25, 2012.

  1. #1
    Hello,
    I got some problems for eregi function,
    Please Help me Correcting the Following Code, and tell me how should it be to work properly,

    
    [COLOR=#999988][I]// check the domain validity:[/I][/COLOR]
            [B]if[/B]([B]![/B][COLOR=#0086B3]eregi[/COLOR]([COLOR=#DD1144]'^[a-zA-Z0-9\-]{1,}$'[/COLOR], [COLOR=#008080]$domain[/COLOR]))  [B]return[/B] [B]false[/B];
            [B]if[/B]([COLOR=#0086B3]eregi[/COLOR]([COLOR=#DD1144]'[-]{2,}'[/COLOR], [COLOR=#008080]$domain[/COLOR]))               [B]return[/B] [B]false[/B];
            [B]if[/B]([COLOR=#0086B3]eregi[/COLOR]([COLOR=#DD1144]'^[-]{1,}'[/COLOR], [COLOR=#008080]$domain[/COLOR]))              [B]return[/B] [B]false[/B];
            [B]if[/B]([COLOR=#0086B3]eregi[/COLOR]([COLOR=#DD1144]'[-]{1,}$'[/COLOR], [COLOR=#008080]$domain[/COLOR]))              [B]return[/B] [B]false[/B];
    
    
    
    
    		[COLOR=#008080]$data[/COLOR] [B]=[/B] [COLOR=#008080]$this[/COLOR][B]->[/B][COLOR=#008080]whois[/COLOR]([COLOR=#008080]$tld_array[/COLOR][[COLOR=#DD1144]"whois_server"[/COLOR]],[COLOR=#008080]$domain[/COLOR] [B].[/B] [COLOR=#DD1144]'.'[/COLOR] [B].[/B] [COLOR=#008080]$tld[/COLOR]);
    		[B]if[/B]([B]![/B][COLOR=#008080]$data[/COLOR]) [B]return[/B] [B]false[/B];
    		[B]if[/B]([COLOR=#0086B3]eregi[/COLOR]([COLOR=#008080]$tld_array[/COLOR][[COLOR=#DD1144]"avail_response"[/COLOR]], [COLOR=#008080]$data[/COLOR]))
                [B]return[/B] [B]true[/B];
            [B]else[/B]
    			[B]return[/B] [B]false[/B];
    		[B]return[/B] [B]false[/B];
        }
    
    Code (markup):
    Thanks in advance, Please Help :)
    SEMrush
     
    WebDevNow, Apr 25, 2012 IP
    SEMrush
  2. GMF

    GMF Well-Known Member

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    #2
    eregi is deprecated as of PHP 5.3

    use preg_match instead. Shouldn't be that hard to rewrite.
    http://at.php.net/manual/en/function.preg-match.php
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    GMF, Apr 25, 2012 IP
  3. WebDevNow

    WebDevNow Peon

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    #3
    Can you please Re-Write the Code for me with the change of eregi to preg-match,
    please let me know how it should be to work,
    as i had several trials but failed to put it working properly
    Thanks :)
     
    WebDevNow, Apr 25, 2012 IP
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    GMF Well-Known Member

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    #4
    I think you should be able to do it yourself ;)
     
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  5. WebDevNow

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    #5
    If Im able to do it myself,
    I wouldnt asking for help in this forum,
    anyways thank you, i think that i will get more help from someone who appreciate helping others :)
    Thanks !!!
     
    WebDevNow, Apr 25, 2012 IP
  6. GMF

    GMF Well-Known Member

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    #6
    You know the proverb: Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.

    I'll throw in a good PHP tutorial

    http://devzone.zend.com/6/php-101-php-for-the-absolute-beginner/
    http://tut.php-quake.net/en/post.html
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    and a regular expression tutorial

    http://www.zytrax.com/tech/web/regex.htm
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    With these you should be able to fish :eek:
     
    GMF, Apr 26, 2012 IP
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    #7
    If you read the documentation for preg_match, there shouldn't have much difference.

    It should look something like this in preg_match:
            if(!preg_match('/^[a-zA-Z0-9\-]{1,}$/', $domain))  return false;
            if(preg_match('/[-]{2,}/', $domain))               return false;
            if(preg_match('/^[-]{1,}/', $domain))              return false;
            if(preg_match('/[-]{1,}$/', $domain))              return false;
    PHP:
     
    Rainulf, Apr 26, 2012 IP