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zero byte problem

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since the new version php isnt able anymore to detect zero bytes () sent by autoit

in version 3.1.1.114(or so^^) it worked with chr(0)

any solution to get php detecting my zerobytes with the new autoit versions?

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since the new version php isnt able anymore to detect zero bytes () sent by autoit

in version 3.1.1.114(or so^^) it worked with chr(0)

any solution to get php detecting my zerobytes with the new autoit versions?

What AutoIt function were you using to send Chr(0) to PHP, back when it worked?

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PHP is an interpreter. How could you send anything to it?

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PHP is an interpreter. How could you send anything to it?

So is AutoIt. Send from an AutoIt (script) to a PHP (script) makes sense to me.

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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

TCPSend($ConnectedSocket,"data to send" & Chr(0))

php checks for the last sign, if it matches a zero byte the connection gets closed

$readEndCharacter="/0";
    while( $buf = @socket_read( $this->clientFD[$clientId], $this->readBufferSize ) )
        {
            $data   .=  $buf;

            $endString  =   substr( $buf, - strlen( $this->readEndCharacter ) );
            if( $endString == $this->readEndCharacter )
                break;
        }

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TCPSend($ConnectedSocket,"data to send" & Chr(0))

php checks for the last sign, if it matches a zero byte the connection gets closed

$readEndCharacter="/0";
    while( $buf = @socket_read( $this->clientFD[$clientId], $this->readBufferSize ) )
        {
            $data   .=  $buf;

            $endString  =   substr( $buf, - strlen( $this->readEndCharacter ) );
            if( $endString == $this->readEndCharacter )
                break;
        }

:lmao:

I don't know why you wouldn't get a NUL for Chr(0), but perhaps Binary(0x0) would get it?

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if i use macromedia flash to send things to php, then php calls the last char "" (zerobyte)

if i use binary(0x0) in autoit, php gets "0x00000000"

if i use chr(0) php gets "0"

any ideas? t.t

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