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Depreciated PHP function split()

Thread began 7/30/2009 2:34 pm by michael_moll385275 | Last modified 8/02/2009 1:07 am by michael_moll385275 | 5330 views | 5 replies


Depreciated PHP function split()

The depreciated PHP function split() is generated by Universal email:

Deprecated: Function split() is deprecated in PHP version 5.3. This is the error message:

C:\Users\Mike\wamp\www\Sites\Testing\WA_Universal_Email\MailFormatting_PHP.php on line 42

I also ran into the same usage of the split() function with the PowerStore2.
The reccommend alternative to the PHP split() function is to replace it with the explode() function, which works fine.

Please review all your software for the use of the PHP split() function and either replace it with the explode() function or some other appropriate fix. I purchased the SuperSite and PowerStore2 and I do not want to have to do this myself everytime I use your products.

Thank you

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