Lately I see a lot of people writing their own functions to deserialize it in php not knowing that php has it’s own function for deserializing namely ‘parse_str’. What it does is get the values and put them into an array so you can access them individually. Here is a little code for example:
This is the Template
This is the php handler (search.php)
//Unserialize string to array $searchserialized = $_POST['search']; parse_str($searchserialized, $searcharray); $name = $searcharray['name']; $surname = $searcharray['surname']; $email = $searcharray['email']; echo $name.'-'.$surname.'-'.$email;
Man it’s so easy to use serialize
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Hey, I'm Robert-Jan de Dreu. A programmer mostly focusing on the web. While using PHP and MVC I will make sure the program I'm building is well documented and structured. I use this blog to show what I made and keep reminding myself of little tasks that I have done and maybe need to do again.
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