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How would i call safe_output()

when using <<< EOF


Heres my code:



$job_list = <<< EOH
<div class="joblisting">
                      <div id="jobtools">
                      <h1>Job Tools</h1>
                      <div class="content">
                      <li><a href="#" title="Apply for this Job" class="apply">Apply for job</a></li>
                      <li><a href="#" title="Save this Job" class="savejob">Save this job</a></li>
                      <div class="jobtop"> 
                      <div class="jobimage"><img src="skin/images/logo.gif" /></div>
                      <div class="headers">
                      <h1><a href="jobs.php?view=show&id=$id; ?>"> safe_output($title); </a></h1>


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Either split the text into 2 parts with the function call in the middle

 $job_list = "string 1st part " . safe_output($title) . "string second part". 


or assign The function result to variable and put that in the string

$safeTitle = safe_output($title);
$job_list = "string 1st part $safeTitle  string second part";


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