This accepts xml strings, * files, and DOM objects.It can also perform the reverse, converting * an Simple XMLElement back into a string, file, or DOM object.You have to convert/cast to a String first:echo $array[(string)$val]; This will work as expected, because converting will call the __to String() method.
while using simple xml and get double or float int value from xml object for using math operations ( * - / ) some errors happens on the operation, this is because of simple xml returns everythings to objects.
exmple; Moving some code from a PHP 5.2.6 / Windows environment to a 5.2.0 / Linux environment, I somehow lost access to a plain text node within a Simple XML Object.
* Note that you can also pass a string * to change the default index. * @param boolean|string $children Key if you pass TRUE, all values will be * stored under an '@children' index.
* Note that you can also pass a string * to change the default index. * @param boolean|string $value Key if you pass TRUE, all values will be * stored under an '@values' index. */ You will get something like: Notice: Trying to get property of non-object in /Applications/MAMP/htdocs/mysite/on line 10However, this WILL work and is much simpler then using (string) or other methods. In regexp max length is 6 becouse I found that is the maximum length of possible html entity using this code: Storing Simple XMLElement values in $_SESSION does not work.
Instead of repeating this string in every example, we put it into a file which we include in each example.
This included file is shown in the following example section.
This isn't handy and makes the search less useful.
There is a new variant of the Doc Book markup which makes more sense for OO APIs, and it should be converted. You will need: You'll end up with a pile of XML files in myrardocs/.
Note * that you can also pass a string to * change the default index. This will replace just "&" into "&" but dont touches other html-entities like " ", "<" etc and, of course, "&". Saving the results as an object or individual elements of the object will result in the dreaded "Warning: session_start() [function.session-start]: Node no longer exists" error.
For example, this does not work: $xml = new Simple XMLElement($page); $country = $xml- Working fix for the infamous Simple XML memcache bug.
You can see below the code change I made, pulling my data out of the raw XML with a regular expression.