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Summary:Error when I run Example.php
Messages:12
Author:Larry Hart
Date:2005-06-17 12:37:41
Update:2005-06-23 08:14:07
 
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Larry Hart
2005-06-17 12:37:41
Error when I run Example.php

Parse error: parse error, unexpected T_STRING, expecting T_OLD_FUNCTION or T_FUNCTION or T_VAR or '}'

any advice?

Larry

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Er. Rochak Chauhan
2005-06-17 12:49:38 - In reply to message 1 from Larry Hart
Hey Larry !
First of all I am assuming that you are not trying to campare DOC or PDF files. Secondly, could you please specify the line number too ? I have checked it on UNIX and WINDOWS platform (usinf ASCII FILES Only) and not errors where encountered.
Please lemme know which files (type) are you tryin to compare

Rochak

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Er. Rochak Chauhan
2005-06-17 12:54:53 - In reply to message 1 from Larry Hart
I am sorry bout that ... I thought you were talkin bout my file comparison class... Sorry Larry....

Coming back to your query....if you could tell me how you are using the class... i mean the code in example.php... it would be easy for be to debug..

BTW... here's another example :



require_once('CountryFromIP.inc.php');

$object = new CountryFromIP();

$ip ='210.25.55.2';

$countryName = $object->GetCountryName($ip);
$flagPath = $object->ReturnFlagPath();

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Larry Hart
2005-06-17 20:21:12 - In reply to message 3 from Er. Rochak Chauhan
Hi Rochak

Parse error: parse error, unexpected T_STRING, expecting T_OLD_FUNCTION or T_FUNCTION or T_VAR or '}' in /home/MYSITE/public_html/IPTOCountry/CountryFromIP.inc.php on line 11

Hope this helps

Larry :)

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Er. Rochak Chauhan
2005-06-18 06:06:08 - In reply to message 4 from Larry Hart

Let me guess... you are not using php5 right ?? must be php 4 or around... if yes... then just do one thing.... replace all "Private" in the class source by "Public" .


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Larry Hart
2005-06-18 08:03:44 - In reply to message 5 from Er. Rochak Chauhan
Yes I am using PHP Version 4.3.11 :)

Even though I have changed the private to public statements I am getting this error...

Parse error: parse error, unexpected T_STRING, expecting T_OLD_FUNCTION or T_FUNCTION or T_VAR or '}' in /home/MYSITE/public_html/IPTOCountry/CountryFromIP.inc.php on line 11

Just as a test I removed line 11 and the error moved to line 12. When I removed that line the error moved to line 22

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Er. Rochak Chauhan
2005-06-18 16:40:29 - In reply to message 6 from Larry Hart
Buddy replace all "PRIVATE" to "PUBLIC" in the whole class ... okkay ?

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Giuseppe Avella
2005-06-20 10:46:00 - In reply to message 6 from Larry Hart
Hello,
the error comes from the fact the you can't do any assignement in the declaration class:
(sic)
class CountryFromIP {

private $CountryIPDatabase = 'CountryIPDatabase.txt';
private $ip = '';
...
(sic)

To avoid the problem:
1) remove all the private (and public) statements.
2) remove the assignemets.
3) declare two local variables members and add the class constructor as follows:

class CountryFromIP {

var $CountryIPDatabase;
var $ip;

// Constructor
function CountryFromIP($CountryIPDatabase = 'CountryIPDatabase.txt')
{
$this->CountryIPDatabase = $CountryIPDatabase;
$this->ip = '';
}

Now it should work.
Best regards,
Giuseppe

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Dide Syarif
2005-06-21 21:44:27 - In reply to message 8 from Giuseppe Avella
This code, work for me

<?Php
/**
* This class generates the country name and its flag from its IP address
*
*
* @author Rochak Chauhan
*/

class CountryFromIP {

var $CountryIPDatabase = "CountryIPDatabase.txt";
var $ip = "";

function ValdateIP($ip) {
$ipArray = explode(",",$ip);

if(count($ipArray) != 4) {
echo "<font color='red' size='3'> <b>ERROR: </b> Invalid IP</font>";
return false;
}
else {
return true;
}
}


function GetCountryName($ip) {
$this->ip = $ip;
$ip = sprintf("%u", ip2long($ip));

$csvArray = file($this->CountryIPDatabase);

for($i=0; $i<count($csvArray); $i++) {
$arrayOfLine = explode(",", $csvArray[$i]);
if($ip >= $arrayOfLine[0] && $ip <= $arrayOfLine[1] ) {
return $countryName = $arrayOfLine[2];
}
}
return false;
}


function ReturnFlagPath() {

if($countryName = trim(ucwords(strtolower($this->GetCountryName($this->ip))) )) {
return "flag/$countryName.gif";
}
else {
return false;
}
}

}
?>

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Dide Syarif
2005-06-21 21:48:38 - In reply to message 9 from Dide Syarif
Example :
<?php

require_once("CountryFromIP.inc.php");

$ip =$HTTP_SERVER_VARS['REMOTE_ADDR'];

$object = new CountryFromIP();

$countryName = $object->GetCountryName($ip);
$flagPath = $object->ReturnFlagPath();

echo "<BR> <B>Country: </B>".$countryName;
echo "<BR> <B>Flag: </B> <img src=".$flagPath." border='0'>";
?>

I use this script at http://www.torche-indonesia.com/~dieds/dieds_gold/

Thank You Rochak, nice class

 
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