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PHP stripos fails, don't know why..

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Hello.

 

I've got cURL set up to return the result of a http request as a string:

$curl = curl_init($URL);
curl_setopt($curl, CURLOPT_HEADER, 0);
curl_setopt($curl, CURLOPT_HTTPAUTH, CURLAUTH_ANY);
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_FOLLOWLOCATION, 1);
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER, 1);

$Page = curl_exec($curl);

if(curl_errno($curl))
    die(  'cURL Error: ' . curl_error($curl)  ); // Is it bad the curl_close is not getting called? Am I leaking memory?

curl_close($curl);

.

 

I'm trying to search $Page to find the "<title>" tag so I can modify it. So naturally, I do this:

$title_pos = stripos($Page, "<title>");
if($title_pos === false)
	echo "stripos failed.\n";

.

 

My code always prints "stripos failed" when I pass the $Page variable to it. I'm pretty sure the $Page variable is a valid string because when I echo it, it prints out the whole web page.

 

I'm also sure that $Page contains a <title> tag. I've even tried making it search for the first occurrence of "a" and it still fails. This makes me think that there is a problem with the $Page string. When I declare a string and fill it with random characters and do a similar stripos on it, it works. Could there be anything inside $Page that makes this funciton fail?

 

I appreciate your time.

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you're setting it on $ch

 

The dangers of copy and pasting code from another project.. This makes a lot of weird occurrences suddenly make sense!

 

Anyway, thanks for spotting my mistake -.-

Edited by Lith

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