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demonlord

Ok so i'm working on a site for my chruch, and i seem to be having a little bit of trouble with the user.php file i keep getting the following error:

Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_STRING in /home/darkzone/public_html/test/user.php on line 195
and i was wondering if some one could help me with the script.


//Define a few variables
$x = $_GET['x'];
$u = $_GET['u'];

class register {

function displayform($title) {

echo('<fieldset><legend>'.$title.'</legend>
<form method="POST" name="register">
Username linenums:0'><?PHP session_start(); ob_start(); //Include the configurations include('config.php'); //Define a few variables $x = $_GET['x']; $u = $_GET['u'];class register { function displayform($title) { echo('<fieldset><legend>'.$title.'</legend> <form method="POST" name="register"> Username:<br /> <input type="text" name="username">*<br /><br /> Password:<br /> <input type="password" name="password1">*<br /><br /> Confirm Password:<br /> <input type="password" name="password2">*<br /><br /> Email:<br /> <input type="text" name="email">*<br /><br /> Real Name:<br /> <input type="text" name="realname">*<br /><br /> Website:<br /> <input type="text" name="website"><br /><br /> Location:<br /> <input type="text" name="location"><br /><br /> <input type="submit" name="register" value="Register!"> </form> </fieldset>'); } function process($username, $password1, $password2, $email, $realname, $website, $location) { //Lets define the Queries for searching $SearchUN = mysql_query(" SELECT * FROM `users` WHERE `username` = '$username'"); if(!$SearchUN) die(mysql_error()); $SearchEM = mysql_query(" SELECT * FROM `users` WHERE `email` = '$email'"); if(!$SearchEM) die(mysql_error()); $s1 = mysql_fetch_array($SearchUN); $s2 = mysql_fetch_array($SearchEM); //Did they leave any vital fields empty? if(!$username || !$password1 || !$password2 || !$email || !$realname) { echo('Please fill in all required fields!'); } elseif($password1 !== $password2) { echo('The supplied passwords do not match.'); } elseif($s1[id]) { echo('That user already exists.'); } elseif($s2[id]) { echo('That email is already in use.'); } else { $InsertQRY = mysql_query(" INSERT INTO `users` ( `username`, `password`, `email`, `realname`, `website`, `location` ) VALUES ( '$username', 'md5($password2)', '$email', '$realname', '$website', '$location' )"); if(!$InsertQRY) die(mysql_error()); echo('You have successfully registered!'); } } }class profile { function edit_display($title) { //Define the Search query, to fetch information $SearchQRY = mysql_query(" SELECT * FROM `users` WHERE `username` = '$_SESSION[username]' "); if(!$SearchQRY) die(mysql_error()); $user = mysql_fetch_array($SearchQRY); echo('<fieldset><legend>'.$title.'</legend> <form method="POST" name="edit"> Email:<br /> <input type="text" name="email" value="'.$user.'"><br /><br /> Real Name:<br /> <input type="text" name="realname" value="'.$user[realname].'"><br /><br /> Website:<br /> <input type="text" name="website" value="'.$user[website].'"><br /><br /> Location:<br /> <input type="text" name="location" value="'.$user[location].'"><br /><br /> <input type="submit" name="edit" value="Edit Profile!"> </form> </fieldset>'); } function edit_process($email, $realname, $website, $location) { //Define search query, again, used to replace info if its empty $SearchQRY = mysql_query(" SELECT * FROM `users` WHERE `username` = '$_SESSION[username]' "); if(!$SearchQRY) die(mysql_error()); $user = mysql_fetch_array($SearchQRY); if(!$email) { $email = $user; } if(!$realname) { $realname = $user[realname]; } //Update the information $UpdateQRY = mysql_query(" UPDATE `users` SET `email` = '$email', `realname` = '$realname', `website` = '$website', `location` = '$location' "); if(!$UpdateQRY) die(mysql_error()); echo('You have successfully updated your profile!'); } function view($id) { //Define Query for searching for user info $SearchQRY = mysql_query(" SELECT * FROM `users` WHERE `id` = '$id' "); if(!$SearchQRY) die(mysql_error()); $user = mysql_fetch_array($SearchQRY); if(mysql_num_rows($SearchQRY) == 0) { echo('Invalid Member ID.'); } else { echo('<fieldset><legend>'.$user[username].''s Profile</legend> Username: '.$user[username].'<br /> Email: '.$user.'<br /> Real Name: '.$user[realname].'<br /> Website: '.$user[website].'<br /> Location: '.$user[location].' </fieldset>'); } } }class log { function login_process($username, $password) { //Find the information $FindInfo = mysql_query(" SELECT * FROM `users` WHERE `username` = '$username' AND `password` = 'md5($password)' "); if(!$FindInfo) die(mysql_error()); $F = mysql_fetch_array($FindInfo); if(!$F[id]) { echo('Sorry, those credentials are incorrect.'); } else { $_SESSION['username'] = $username; $_SESSION['password'] = md5($password); $_SESSION['id'] = $F[id]; echo('You have been successfully logged in!'); } } function login_display($title) { echo('<fieldset><legend>'.$title.'</legend> <form method="POST" name="login"> Username:<br /> <input type="text" name="username"><br /><br /> Password:<br /> <input type="password" name="password"><br /><br /> <input type="submit" name="login" value="Login!"> </form> </fieldset>'); } function logout() { header('Location: index.php'); $_SESSION['username'] = ""; $_SESSION['password'] = ""; } }$register = new register; $log = new log; $profile = new profile; if(!$_SESSION['username']) { echo('<a href="?x=register">Register</a> | <a href="?x=login">Login</a><br /><br />'); } else { echo('<a href="?x=editprofile">Edit Profile</a> | <a href="?x=viewprofile&u='.$_SESSION['id'].'">View Profile</a><br /><br />'); } if(!$x) { echo('Welcome to the users system!'); } elseif($x == "register") { if($_SESSION['username']) { echo('You cannot register while logged in!'); } else { if($_POST['register']) { $register->process($_POST['username'], $_POST['password1'], $_POST['password2'], $_POST['email'], $_POST['realname'], $_POST['website'], $_POST['location']); } else { $register->displayform("Register An Account"); } } } elseif($x == "login") { if($_SESSION['username']) { echo('You are alreadfy logged in!'); } else { if($_POST['login']) { $log->login_process($_POST['username'], $_POST['password']); } else { $log->login_display("Login To Your Account"); } } } elseif($x == "logout") { if(!$_SESSION['username']) { echo('You are alreadfy logged out!'); } else { $log->logout(); } } elseif($x == "editprofile") { if(!$_SESSION['username']) { echo('You must be logged in to edit your profile!'); } else { if($_POST['edit']) { $profile->edit_process($_POST['email'], $_POST['realname'], $_POST['website'], $_POST['location']); } else { $profile->edit_display("Edit Your Profile"); } } } elseif($x == "viewprofile") { $profile->view($u); } ?>

chappill

Well I'm not too good at php but I've seen this problem loads. T_string refers to the $ whatever thing (see I don't know what even thats called).

$user = mysql_fetch_array($SearchQRY);
I believe that is your problem but unless you tell us where line 195 is we can't do much, without tediously checking the whole script :/. Hope thats helped a little if not then ahh well lol.

truefusion

Line 195 would be:

echo('<fieldset><legend>'.$user[username].''s Profile</legend>
You forgot to escape the single quote before the letter S. It should be:
echo('<fieldset><legend>'.$user[username].'\'s Profile</legend>

Live-Dimension

Here's the problem - sorry for lack of "technical" words but they've escaped me for the moment. First - you don't need brackets around echo functions.

 

This does the same thing, and the first method is most preferred too as it's easier to read.

echo "text";

echo ("text");

 

So, to what's producing the error.

echo('<fieldset><legend>'.$user[username].''s Profile</legend>

What you've tried to do is put in a ' but in your current setting that ends the string. There's two ways to do this.

 

One - put in a slash \ right before the second '. The \ makes the second ' as escaped. What this means is that php sees it as text, and not part of the syntax. The other is to use 'rabbit ears' aka ". Compare these.

echo('<fieldset><legend>'.$user[username].'\'s Profile</legend>Username: '.$user[username].'<br />Email: '.$user[email].'<br />Real Name: '.$user[realname].'<br />Website: '.$user[website].'<br />Location: '.$user[location].'</fieldset>');echo "<fieldset><legend>{$user[username]}'s Profile</legend>Username: {$user[username]}<br />Email: {$user[email]}<br />Real Name: {$user[realname]}<br />Website: {$user[website]}<br />Location: {$user[location]}</fieldset>";
Yes, there's significant difference between ' and ". Either can be used to start a string and end a string. The ending one has to be the same as the starting one. " is more special then your standard text - and here's why.

 

Minus the last two, all of these are valid and will echo This is test text.

$string = "test";echo "This is $string test"; //Check Noteecho 'This is '.$string.' test';echo "This is {$string} test";echo 'This is $string test"; // outputs This is $string testecho 'This is {$string} test"; // outputs This is {$string} test
Note This method can only be used with simple variables. They cannot be used with arrays where you can select the position. This is what the {} are for. For Example.

echo "This is {'te'.'st'} text";
Note the addition taking place? You can do almost anything inside that bracket.

 

To sum up - You can use "" and ''. You can use them inside each other without problems. "t'es't" (outputs t'es't). You can't do this - 't'es't' (outputs error). However, you can escape them to do this. 't\'es\'t' (outputs t'es't).

Well I'm not too good at php but I've seen this problem loads. T_string refers to the $ whatever thing (see I don't know what even thats called).

That $ tells php that the string after it is in fact a variable.

 

test //string

$test //varible


demonlord

Line 195 would be:

echo('<fieldset><legend>'.$user[username].''s Profile</legend>
You forgot to escape the single quote before the letter S. It should be:
echo('<fieldset><legend>'.$user[username].'\'s Profile</legend>
thanks that fixed it.

jlhaslip

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