Moje "próby" z javą:-instalowałem inne wersje-miałem najnowszą wersje-instalowałem drugi raz te samą wersje javy Błagam pomóżcie mi zrobić tak by java działała na moim PC, a jak sie nie da to przynajmniej powiedzcie jaki jest błąd systemu itp.
Instalowałem niedawno jave i po zakończeniu instalacji pojawia mi sie ten komunikat w temacie, Nie wiem java po prostu nie "łyka" i nie "łączy" sie z moim kompem.
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Note: This function is intended specifically for the purpose of parsing URLs and not URIs.
However, to comply with PHP's backwards compatibility requirements it makes an exception for the file:// scheme where triple slashes (file:///...) are allowed. Here is utf-8 compatible parse_url() replacement function based on "laszlo dot janszky at gmail dot com" work. Also made PHP 5.5 compatible (got rid of now deprecated regex /e modifier).I was writing unit tests and needed to cause this function to kick out an error and return FALSE in order to test a specific execution path.If anyone else needs to force a failure, the following inputs will work: At least in php 5.6.x this function does appear to work with relative URLs despite what it says above.Obviously it does not return the scheme or host, but it does return the path and query string and fragment from a relative URL.When using the url /* line too long for this site's comment handler */ "foo://username:[email protected]:8042". name=ferret#nose"The original would return Array( [scheme] = @ solenoid: Your code was very helpful, but it fails when the current URL has no query string (it appends '&' instead of '? Below is a fixed version that catches this edge case and corrects it.This return: uk ' return: 'example.com'; return: Many times parse_url return nothing when domain is only for example. Maybe is a little dirty, but works well for me, i use it to group internet access log from squid. parse_url doesn't works if the protocol doesn't specified.