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I get a Parse error in line 29, WHY ?

servers.php3

<? require("counterstrikeClass.php3"); ?>
<HTML>
<HEAD>
<TITLE>Servers</TITLE>
</HEAD>
<BODY>
<TABLE border=1>
      <tr>
            <TD>Servername</TD>
            <TD>Serveraddress</TD>
            <TD>Players</TD>
            <TD>Map</TD>
      </tr>
<?
      $fp = fopen("list.lst", "r");
      $line = file("list.lst");
      $server = array();

      for($i=0;$i<count($line);$i++){
            $server[$i] = new CounterStrike;
            $serveradr =substr($line[$i],0,strpos($line[$i],":"));
            $serverport=substr($line[$i],strpos($line[$i],":")+1);

            $status=$server[$i]->getServerInfo($serveradr,$serverport,1000);
            if ($status) {
?>
      <tr>
            <TD><a href="players.php3?serveradr=<?php echo $serveradr; ?>&serverport=<?php echo $serverport; ?>"><?php echo $server[$i]->m_servervars["servername"]; ?></a></TD>
            <TD><?=$server[$i]->m_servervars["serveraddress"]; ?></TD>
            <TD><?=$server[$i]->m_servervars["currentplayers"]; ?> / <?=$server[$i]->m_servervars["maxplayers"];?></TD>
            <TD><?=$server[$i]->m_servervars["mapname"];?></TD>
      </tr>
<?
            }
      }
?>
</TABLE>
</BODY>
</HTML>

the rest of the files :

players.php3 :

<? require("counterstrikeClass.php3");?>
<HTML>
<HEAD>
<TITLE>Players on <?=$HTTP_GET_VARS["serveradr"];?></TITLE>
</HEAD>
<?
  $server = new CounterStrike;
  $status=$server->getServerPlayers($HTTP_GET_VARS["serveradr"],$HTTP_GET_VARS["serverport"],1000);
  if ($status) {
?>
<TABLE border=1>
    <TR>
        <TD>Name</TD><TD>Frags</TD><TD>Time</TD>
    </TR>
    <?
      if (is_array($server->m_playerinfo)) {
            while (list(,$player) = each ($server->m_playerinfo)) { ?>
                  <TR>
                        <TD><?=$player["name"];?>&nbsp;</TD><TD>&nbsp;<?=$player["frags"];?></TD><TD><?=$player["time"];?></TD>
                  </TR>
    <?
            }
      }
      else {
      ?>
    <TR>
        <TD COLSPAN="3">No players on server right now</TD>
    </TR>
    <?
      }
      ?>    
</TABLE>
<?
}
else {
?>
<p>Error communicating with server</p>
<BR>
<?
}
?>    
</BODY>
</HTML>

counterstrikeClass.php3 :

<%
function fragsort ($a, $b) {  
      if ($a["frags"] == $b["frags"]) return 0;
      if ($a["frags"] > $b["frags"]) {
            return -1;
      } else {
            return 1;
      }
}      


Class CounterStrike {
      var $m_playerinfo            ="";            // Info about players
      var $m_servervars            ="";            // Info about the server current map, players etc
      var $m_serverrules  ="";            // Serverrules
      
      //
      // Get exact time, used for timeout counting
      //
      function timenow() {
            return doubleval(ereg_replace('^0\.([0-9]*) ([0-9]*)$','\\2.\\1',microtime()));
      }
      
      //
      // Read raw data from server
      //
      function getServerData($command,$serveraddress,$portnumber,$waittime) {
            $serverdata            ="";
            $serverdatalen=0;
            
            if ($waittime< 500) $waittime= 500;
            if ($waittime>2000) $waittime=2000;
            $waittime=doubleval($waittime/1000.0);

                  
            if (!$cssocket=fsockopen("udp://".$serveraddress,$portnumber,$errnr)) {
                  $this->errmsg="No connection";
                  return "";
            }
            
            socket_set_blocking($cssocket,true);
            //socket_set_timeout($cssocket,0,500000);
            fwrite($cssocket,$command,strlen($command));      
            // Mark
            $starttime=$this->timenow();
            do {
                  $serverdata.=fgetc($cssocket);
                  $serverdatalen++;
                  $socketstatus=socket_get_status($cssocket);
                  if ($this->timenow()>($starttime+$waittime)) {
                        $this->errmsg="Connection timed out";
                        fclose($cssocket);
                        return "";
                  }
            } while ($socketstatus["unread_bytes"] );
            fclose($cssocket);
            return $serverdata;            
      }
      
      function getnextstring(&$data) {
            $temp="";
            $counter=0;
            while (ord($data[$counter++])!=0) $temp.=$data[$counter-1];
            $data=substr($data,strlen($temp)+1);
             return $temp;
      }

      function getnextbytevalue(&$data) {
            $temp=ord($data[0]);
        $data=substr($data,1);
        return $temp;
      }

      function getnextfragvalue(&$data) {
            $frags=ord($data[0])+(ord($data[1])<<8)+(ord($data[2])<<16)+(ord($data[3])<<24);
            if ($frags>=4294967294) $frags-=4294967296;
            $data=substr($data,4);
            return $frags;
      }

      function getnextplaytime(&$data) {
            $decnumber=ord($data[0])+(ord($data[1])<<8)+(ord($data[2])<<16)+(ord($data[3])<<24);
            $binnumber=base_convert($decnumber,10,2);
            while (strlen($binnumber) < 32) $binnumber="0".$binnumber;
            $exp=abs(base_convert(substr($binnumber,1,8),2,10))-127;
            if (substr($binnumber,0,1)=="1") $exp=0-$exp;
            $man=1;$manadd=0.5;
            for ($counter=9;$counter<32;$counter++) {
                  if (substr($binnumber,$counter,1)=="1") $man+=$manadd;
                  $manadd=$manadd/2;
            }
            $time=round(pow(2,$exp)*$man);
            $playtime="";
            if ($time>3600) {
                  $playtime=sprintf("%2dh",$time/3600);
            }
            $time%=3600;
            $playtime=$playtime.sprintf("%2dm",$time/60);    
            $time%=60;
            $playtime=$playtime.sprintf("%2ds",$time);
            $data=substr($data,5);
            return $playtime;
      }

      // **********************************************************************
      // getServerRules
      // Read rules/setup from the gameserver into m_serverrules
      // Return true if successful
      // **********************************************************************
      function getServerRules($serveraddress,$portnumber,$waittime) {
            $cmd="\xFF\xFF\xFF\xFFrules\x00";            
            $serverdata=$this->getServerData($cmd,$serveraddress,$portnumber,$waittime)      ;
            // Check length of returned data, if < 5 something went wrong
            if (strlen($serverdata)<5) return false;                  
            // Figure out how many rules there are
            $rules=(ord($serverdata[5]))+(ord($serverdata[6])*256);
            if ($rules!=0) {
                  // Strip OOB data                        
                  $serverdata=substr($serverdata,7);
                  for ($i=1;$i<=$rules;$i++) {
                        $rulename            =$this->getnextstring($serverdata);
                        $rulevalue      =$this->getnextstring($serverdata);
                        $this->m_serverrules[$rulename]=$rulevalue;
                  }
                  return true;
            } else {
                  return false;
            }
      }      

      
      // **********************************************************************
      // getServerinfo
      // Read information about the gameserver into m_servervars
      // Serveraddress,servername,current map etc etc
      // Return true if successful
      // **********************************************************************
      function getServerInfo($serveraddress,$portnumber,$waittime) {
            $cmd="\xFF\xFF\xFF\xFFinfo\x00";            
            $serverdata=$this->getServerData($cmd,$serveraddress,$portnumber,$waittime)      ;
            // Check length of returned data, if < 5 something went wrong
            if (strlen($serverdata)<5) return false;            
            // Strip OOB data                        
            $serverdata=substr($serverdata,5);
            $this->m_servervars["serveraddress"]      =$this->getnextstring($serverdata);
            $this->m_servervars["servername"]                  =$this->getnextstring($serverdata);
            $this->m_servervars["mapname"]                        =$this->getnextstring($serverdata);
            $this->m_servervars["game"]                                    =$this->getnextstring($serverdata);
            $this->m_servervars["gamename"]                        =$this->getnextstring($serverdata);
            $this->m_servervars["currentplayers"]      =$this->getnextbytevalue($serverdata);
            $this->m_servervars["maxplayers"]                  =$this->getnextbytevalue($serverdata);      
            return true;
}      


      // **********************************************************************
      // Get Playerinfo
      // Read information about the players into m_playerinfo
      // Name,frags,playtime
      // Return true if successful
      // **********************************************************************
      function getServerPlayers($serveraddress,$portnumber,$waittime) {
            // Servercommand
            $cmd="\xFF\xFF\xFF\xFFplayers\x00";
            $serverdata=$this->getServerData($cmd,$serveraddress,$portnumber,$waittime);
            
            // Check length of returned data, if < 5 something went wrong
            if (strlen($serverdata)<5) return false;
            
            // Check number of players to read data for
            $players=ord($serverdata[5]);
            
             // Strip OOB data and other stuff
            $serverdata=substr($serverdata,7);
            for ($i=1;$i<=$players;$i++) {
                  $playername                                                =htmlspecialchars($this->getnextstring($serverdata));
                  $frags                                                      =$this->getnextfragvalue($serverdata);
                  $playtime                                                =$this->getnextplaytime($serverdata);
                  $this->m_playerinfo[$i] =array("name"=>$playername,"frags"=>$frags,"time"=>$playtime);
            }
            // Sort players in fragorder
            if ($players>1) usort($this->m_playerinfo,"fragsort");
            return true;
      }
}
?>

Author : Henrik Schack Jensen
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Question by:Capion
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Batalf earned 200 total points
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Shouldn't you use echo instead of "=" ?

ie: replace
<TD><?=$server[$i]->m_servervars["serveraddress"]; ?></TD>
with

<TD><? echo $server[$i]->m_servervars["serveraddress"]; ?></TD>
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by:Capion
ID: 6885949
Thank You !
It "worked", the script ran error-free.
(next is.. I can´t run php4..which I found the script is progged for, so I just get an empty listing)
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by:mattsobo
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    <tr>
          <TD><a href="players.php3?serveradr=<?php echo $serveradr; ?>&serverport=<?php echo $serverport; ?>"><?php
echo $server[$i]->m_servervars["servername"]; ?></a></TD>
          <TD><?=$server[$i]->m_servervars["serveraddress"]; ?></TD>
          <TD><?=$server[$i]->m_servervars["currentplayers"]; ?> / <?=$server[$i]->m_servervars["maxplayers"];?></TD>
          <TD><?=$server[$i]->m_servervars["mapname"];?></TD>
     </tr>

In this row you have several columns starting "<?="

What is that equal sign there for?

That's probably causing the error.
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by:Capion
ID: 6889727
yes.. I changed them to Echo
and..read my previous comment *S*
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