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Posted on 2004-05-01
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How can I use some program like Delphi or Visual C++ to get information from php file with command line. Exam:

a.php
<?php
$a=12;
echo '<html>';
echo $a;
echo '</html>'
?>

When I run the command c:\php\php.exe c:\test\a.php , it show out the command line :

<html>
12
</html>

How can I get that information from other program.
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by:ThG
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This doesn't have anything to do with PHP, but i'll reply anyway. You have to actually "run" your php script, exactly the same way when you do c:\php\php.exe c:\test\a.php.

See this:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/dllproc/base/createprocess.asp

and this:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/dllproc/base/creating_processes.asp
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Aliev earned 50 total points
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On delphi,
shellexecute(handle,'Open',pchar('C:\PHP\php.exe'),pchar('C:\www\test.php >result.txt),'',0);


The results will be written to result.txt file but with headers. You can fix this problem by deleting some lines from file. And then open programmaticaly on delphi result.txt.




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by:AkaZn
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shellexecute(handle,'Open',pchar('C:\PHP\php.exe'),pchar('C:\www\test.php >result.txt),'',0);


I think that the >filename command can only be used in msdos or nc. I have try your function but it doesn't work. But anyway, you are right. I use that command instead:

shellexecute(handle,'Open',pchar('command'),pchar('/C 'C:\PHP\php.exe C:\www\test.php >result.txt),'',1);

It will use command (msdos) and excute php.exe.
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