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<?php
/* WebCalendar's functions to retrieve Predefined Variables
 *
 * See http://www.php.net/manual/en/reserved.variables.php
 * for a complete description and examples
 *
 * @author Craig Knudsen <hide@address.com>
 * @copyright Craig Knudsen, <hide@address.com>, http://www.k5n.us/cknudsen
 * @license http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html GNU GPL
 * @version $Id: formvars.php,v 1.1.2.4 2010/08/15 18:54:34 cknudsen Exp $
 * @package WebCalendar
 */

/* Gets the value resulting from an HTTP POST method.
 *
 * <b>Note:</b> The return value will be affected by the value of
 * <var>magic_quotes_gpc</var> in the php.ini file.
 *
 * @param string $name Name used in the HTML form
 *
 * @return string The value used in the HTML form
 *
 * @see getGetValue
 */
function getPostValue ( $name ) {
  $postName = null;
  if ( isset ( $_POST ) && is_array ( $_POST ) && isset ( $_POST[$name] ) )
    $postName = ( get_magic_quotes_gpc () != 0
      ? $_POST[$name] : (is_array ( $_POST[$name] ) 
			? array_map ( 'addslashes',  
			$_POST[$name] ): addslashes ( $_POST[$name] ) ) );
  return $postName;
}

/* Gets the value resulting from an HTTP GET method.
 *
 * Since this function is used in more than one place, with different names,
 * let's make it a separate 'include' file on it's own.
 *
 * <b>Note:</b> The return value will be affected by the value of
 * <var>magic_quotes_gpc</var> in the php.ini file.
 *
 * If you need to enforce a specific input format (such as numeric input), then
 * use the {@link getValue ()} function.
 *
 * @param string  $name  Name used in the HTML form or found in the URL
 *
 * @return string        The value used in the HTML form (or URL)
 *
 * @see getPostValue
 */
function getGetValue ( $name ) {
  $getName = null;
  if ( isset ( $_GET ) && is_array ( $_GET ) && isset ( $_GET[$name] ) )
    $getName = ( get_magic_quotes_gpc () != 0
      ? $_GET[$name] : addslashes ( $_GET[$name] ) );
  return $getName;
}

/* Gets the value resulting from either HTTP GET method or HTTP POST method.
 *
 * <b>Note:</b> The return value will be affected by the value of
 * <var>magic_quotes_gpc</var> in the php.ini file.
 *
 * <b>Note:</b> If you need to get an integer value, you can use the
 * getIntValue function.
 *
 * @param string $name   Name used in the HTML form or found in the URL
 * @param string $format A regular expression format that the input must match.
 *                       If the input does not match, an empty string is
 *                       returned and a warning is sent to the browser. If The
 *                       <var>$fatal</var> parameter is true, then execution
 *                       will also stop when the input does not match the
 *                       format.
 * @param bool   $fatal  Is it considered a fatal error requiring execution to
 *                       stop if the value retrieved does not match the format
 *                       regular expression?
 *
 * @return string The value used in the HTML form (or URL)
 *
 * @uses getGetValue
 * @uses getPostValue
 */
function getValue ( $name, $format = '', $fatal = false ) {
  global $settings;

  $val = getPostValue ( $name );
  if ( ! isset ( $val ) )
    $val = getGetValue ( $name );
  // for older PHP versions...
  if ( ! isset ( $val ) && get_magic_quotes_gpc () == 1 && !
      empty ( $GLOBALS[$name] ) )
    $val = $GLOBALS[$name];
  if ( ! isset ( $val ) )
    return '';
  if ( ! empty ( $format ) && ! preg_match ( '/^' . $format . '$/', $val ) ) {
    // does not match
    if ( $fatal ) {
      if ( $settings['mode'] == 'dev' )
        $error_str = ' "' . $val . '"';
      else
        $error_str = '';
      die_miserable_death ( translate ( 'Fatal Error' ) . ': '
         . translate ( 'Invalid data format for' ) . ' ' . $name . $error_str );
    }
    // ignore value
    return '';
  }
  return $val;
}

/* Gets an integer value resulting from an HTTP GET or HTTP POST method.
 *
 * <b>Note:</b> The return value will be affected by the value of
 * <var>magic_quotes_gpc</var> in the php.ini file.
 *
 * @param string $name  Name used in the HTML form or found in the URL
 * @param bool   $fatal Is it considered a fatal error requiring execution to
 *                      stop if the value retrieved does not match the format
 *                      regular expression?
 *
 * @return string The value used in the HTML form (or URL)
 *
 * @uses getValue
 */
function getIntValue ( $name, $fatal = false ) {
  return getValue ( $name, '-?[0-9]+', $fatal );
}

?>
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