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theweirdone

Undefined offset: 2 (Problem With Function)

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So I have another problem.
What I'm pretty much trying to do is to make a program that displays text. So I've made a function to do this, because it extracts the text from the file "songs.inc". The songs are formatted in the file in this way: "Song Title#", (using the # to split the songs up). Here's the function that's meant to display the songs:
[code]
function display_songs($file_path) {
$all_songs = fopen($file_path, "r");

$songs = explode("#", $all_songs);

$songs = str_replace("#", "<br />", $songs);

$song_count = count($songs);

for ($i = 0; $i <= $song_count; $i += 1) {
echo "$songs[$i] In My Pants";
}

}
[/code]
When I run the code though, all it displays is [quote]Resource id 4
Notice: Undefined offset: 2 in c:\program files\easyphp1-8\www\in my pants\includes\functions.inc.php on line 41[/quote]

Any Ideas?

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[quote]$song_count = count($songs);

for ($i = 0; $i <= $song_count; $i += 1) {[/quote]

if you 20 songs, $i needs to go from 0 to 19. When you reach 20 in your code you get the undefined offset.

Try
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[code=php:0]
function display_songs($file_path) {
$all_songs = file_get_contents($file_path);

$songs = explode("#", $all_songs);

foreach ($songs as $song) {
echo "$song In My Pants<br>";
}
}
[/code][hr]

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