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Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_IF in . on line 1

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I try to edit a php file following a manual edit instructions. I cant code but i can copy paste (usually)

 

The file before is Querystring1.php and the file after changes is Querystring2.php

 

 

First file is ok but second one gives error

Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_IF in ....../Sources/Querystring.php on line 1

 

Can someone help me?  :wtf::confused::o

 

 

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Querystring2.php the file with error message

<?php

/**********************************************************************************

* QueryString.php                                                                 *

***********************************************************************************

* SMF: Simple Machines Forum                                                      *

* Open-Source Project Inspired by Zef Hemel (zef@zefhemel.com)                    *

* =============================================================================== *

* Software Version:           SMF 1.1.9                                           *

* Software by:                Simple Machines (http://www.simplemachines.org)     *

* Copyright 2006-2009 by:     Simple Machines LLC (http://www.simplemachines.org) *

*           2001-2006 by:     Lewis Media (http://www.lewismedia.com)             *

* Support, News, Updates at:  http://www.simplemachines.org                       *

***********************************************************************************

* This program is free software; you may redistribute it and/or modify it under   *

* the terms of the provided license as published by Simple Machines LLC.          *

*                                                                                 *

* This program is distributed in the hope that it is and will be useful, but      *

* WITHOUT ANY WARRANTIES; without even any implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY    *

* or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.                                            *

*                                                                                 *

* See the "license.txt" file for details of the Simple Machines license.          *

* The latest version can always be found at http://www.simplemachines.org.        *

**********************************************************************************/

if (!defined('SMF'))

die('Hacking attempt...');



/*	This file does a lot of important stuff.  Mainly, this means it handles

the query string, request variables, and session management.  It contains

the following functions:



void cleanRequest()

	- cleans the request variables (ENV, GET, POST, COOKIE, SERVER) and

	  makes sure the query string was parsed correctly.

	- handles the URLs passed by the queryless URLs option.

	- makes sure, regardless of php.ini, everything has slashes.

	- sets up $board, $topic, and $scripturl and $_REQUEST['start'].

	- determines, or rather tries to determine, the client's IP.



array addslashes__recursive(array var)

	- returns the var, as an array or string, with slashes.

	- importantly adds slashes to keys and values!

	- calls itself recursively if necessary.



array htmlspecialchars__recursive(array var)

	- adds entities (", <, >) to the array or string var.

	- importantly, does not effect keys, only values.

	- calls itself recursively if necessary.



array urldecode__recursive(array var)

	- takes off url encoding (%20, etc.) from the array or string var.

	- importantly, does it to keys too!

	- calls itself recursively if there are any sub arrays.



array stripslashes__recursive(array var)

	- removes slashes, recursively, from the array or string var.

	- effects both keys and values of arrays.

	- calls itself recursively to handle arrays of arrays.



array htmltrim__recursive(array var)

	- trims a string or an the var array using html characters as well.

	- does not effect keys, only values.

	- may call itself recursively if needed.



array validate_unicode__recursive(array var)

	- makes sure a string only contains character which are allowed in

	  XML/XHTML (not 0-8, 11, 12, and 14-31.)

	- tries to handle UTF-8 properly, and shouldn't negatively affect

	  character sets like ISO-8859-1.

	- does not effect keys, only changes values.

	- may call itself recursively if necessary.



string ob_sessrewrite(string buffer)

	- rewrites the URLs outputted to have the session ID, if the user

	  is not accepting cookies and is using a standard web browser.

	- handles rewriting URLs for the queryless URLs option.

	- can be turned off entirely by setting $scripturl to an empty

	  string, ''. (it wouldn't work well like that anyway.)

	- because of bugs in certain builds of PHP, does not function in

	  versions lower than 4.3.0 - please upgrade if this hurts you.

*/



// Clean the request variables - add html entities to GET and slashes if magic_quotes_gpc is Off.

function cleanRequest()

{

global $board, $topic, $boardurl, $scripturl, $modSettings, $context, $db_prefix;



// Makes it easier to refer to things this way.

$scripturl = $boardurl . '/index.php';



// Save some memory.. (since we don't use these anyway.)

unset($GLOBALS['HTTP_POST_VARS'], $GLOBALS['HTTP_POST_VARS']);

unset($GLOBALS['HTTP_POST_FILES'], $GLOBALS['HTTP_POST_FILES']);



// These keys shouldn't be set...ever.

if (isset($_REQUEST['GLOBALS']) || isset($_COOKIE['GLOBALS']))

	die('Invalid request variable.');



// Same goes for numeric keys.

foreach (array_merge(array_keys($_POST), array_keys($_GET), array_keys($_FILES)) as $key)

	if (is_numeric($key))

		die('Invalid request variable.');



// Numeric keys in cookies are less of a problem. Just unset those.

foreach ($_COOKIE as $key => $value)

	if (is_numeric($key))

		unset($_COOKIE[$key]);



// Get the correct query string.  It may be in an environment variable...

if (!isset($_SERVER['QUERY_STRING']))

	$_SERVER['QUERY_STRING'] = getenv('QUERY_STRING');



// Are we going to need to parse the ; out?

if ((strpos(@ini_get('arg_separator.input'), ';') === false || @version_compare(PHP_VERSION, '4.2.0') == -1) && !empty($_SERVER['QUERY_STRING']))

{

	// Get rid of the old one!  You don't know where it's been!

	$_GET = array();



	// Was this redirected?  If so, get the REDIRECT_QUERY_STRING.

	$_SERVER['QUERY_STRING'] = urldecode(substr($_SERVER['QUERY_STRING'], 0, 5) == 'url=/' ? $_SERVER['REDIRECT_QUERY_STRING'] : $_SERVER['QUERY_STRING']);



	// Replace ';' with '&' and '&something&' with '&something=&'.  (this is done for compatibility...)

	// !!! smflib

	parse_str(preg_replace('/&(\w+)(?=&|$)/', '&$1=', strtr($_SERVER['QUERY_STRING'], array(';?' => '&', ';' => '&', '%00' => '', "\0" => ''))), $_GET);

}

elseif (strpos(@ini_get('arg_separator.input'), ';') !== false)

{

	$_GET = urldecode__recursive($_GET);



	if (@get_magic_quotes_gpc() != 0 && empty($modSettings['integrate_magic_quotes']))

		$_GET = stripslashes__recursive($_GET);



	// Search engines will send action=profile%3Bu=1, which confuses PHP.

	// !!! smflib

	foreach ($_GET as $k => $v)

	{

		if (is_string($v) && strpos($k, ';') !== false)

		{

			$temp = explode(';', $v);

			$_GET[$k] = $temp[0];



			for ($i = 1, $n = count($temp); $i < $n; $i++)

			{

				@list ($key, $val) = @explode('=', $temp[$i], 2);

				if (!isset($_GET[$key]))

					$_GET[$key] = $val;

			}

		}



		// This helps a lot with integration!

		if (strpos($k, '?') === 0)

		{

			$_GET[substr($k, 1)] = $v;

			unset($_GET[$k]);

		}

	}

}



// There's no query string, but there is a URL... try to get the data from there.

if (!empty($_SERVER['REQUEST_URI']))

{

	// Remove the .html, assuming there is one.

	if (substr($_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'], strrpos($_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'], '.'), 4) == '.htm')

		$request = substr($_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'], 0, strrpos($_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'], '.'));

	else

		$request = $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'];



	// Replace 'index.php/a,b,c/d/e,f' with 'a=b,c&d=&e=f' and parse it into $_GET.

	parse_str(substr(preg_replace('/&(\w+)(?=&|$)/', '&$1=', strtr(preg_replace('~/([^,/]+),~', '/$1=', substr($request, strpos($request, basename($scripturl)) + strlen(basename($scripturl)))), '/', '&')), 1), $temp);

	$_GET += $temp;

}



// Add entities to GET.  This is kinda like the slashes on everything else.

$_GET = addslashes__recursive(htmlspecialchars__recursive($_GET));



// Clean up after annoying ini settings.  (magic_quotes_gpc might be off...)

if (@get_magic_quotes_gpc() == 0 && empty($modSettings['integrate_magic_quotes']))

{

	// E(G)PCS: ENV, (GET was already done), POST, COOKIE.

	$_ENV = addslashes__recursive($_ENV);

	$_POST = addslashes__recursive($_POST);

	$_COOKIE = addslashes__recursive($_COOKIE);



	// FILES work like this: k -> name -> array.  So be careful.

	foreach ($_FILES as $k => $dummy)

		$_FILES[$k]['name'] = addslashes__recursive($_FILES[$k]['name']);

}



// Take care of the server variables.

$_SERVER = addslashes__recursive($_SERVER);



// Let's not depend on the ini settings... why even have COOKIE in there, anyway?

$_REQUEST = $_POST + $_GET;



// Make sure $board and $topic are numbers.

if (isset($_REQUEST['board']))

{

	// Make sure that its a string and not something else like an array

	$_REQUEST['board'] = (string) $_REQUEST['board'];



	// If there's a slash in it, we've got a start value! (old, compatible links.)

	if (strpos($_REQUEST['board'], '/') !== false)

		list ($_REQUEST['board'], $_REQUEST['start']) = explode('/', $_REQUEST['board']);

	// Same idea, but dots.  This is the currently used format - ?board=1.0...

	elseif (strpos($_REQUEST['board'], '.') !== false)

		list ($_REQUEST['board'], $_REQUEST['start']) = explode('.', $_REQUEST['board']);



	// Now make absolutely sure it's a number.
	// Check for pretty board URLs too, and possibly redirect if oldschool queries were used.
	$_REQUEST['board'] = str_replace(array('&#039;', '\\'), array("\x12", ''), $_REQUEST['board']);
	$context['pretty']['query_string']['board'] = $_REQUEST['board'];
	if (is_numeric($_REQUEST['board']))
	{
		$board = (int) $_REQUEST['board'];
		if (!isset($_REQUEST['pretty']))
			$context['pretty']['oldschoolquery'] = true;
	} else {
		$pretty_board_lookup = unserialize($modSettings['pretty_board_lookup']);
		$board = (int) isset($pretty_board_lookup[$_REQUEST['board']]) ? $pretty_board_lookup[$_REQUEST['board']] : 0;

		//	Fix $_REQUEST for silly mods that don't check $board
		$_REQUEST['board'] = $board;
	}




	// This is for "Who's Online" because it might come via POST - and it should be an int here.

	$_GET['board'] = $board;

}

// Well, $board is going to be a number no matter what.

else

	$board = 0;



// If there's a threadid, it's probably an old YaBB SE link.  Flow with it.

if (isset($_REQUEST['threadid']) && !isset($_REQUEST['topic']))

	$_REQUEST['topic'] = $_REQUEST['threadid'];



// We've got topic!

if (isset($_REQUEST['topic']))

{

	// Make sure that its a string and not something else like an array

	$_REQUEST['topic'] = (string)$_REQUEST['topic'];



	// Slash means old, beta style, formatting.  That's okay though, the link should still work.

	if (strpos($_REQUEST['topic'], '/') !== false)

		list ($_REQUEST['topic'], $_REQUEST['start']) = explode('/', $_REQUEST['topic']);

	// Dots are useful and fun .  This is ?topic=1.15.

	elseif (strpos($_REQUEST['topic'], '.') !== false)

		list ($_REQUEST['topic'], $_REQUEST['start']) = explode('.', $_REQUEST['topic']);




	// Check for pretty topic URLs, and possibly redirect if oldschool queries were used.
	$context['pretty']['query_string']['topic'] = $_REQUEST['topic'];
	if (is_numeric($_REQUEST['topic']))
	{
		$topic = (int) $_REQUEST['topic'];
		if (!isset($_REQUEST['pretty']))
			$context['pretty']['oldschoolquery'] = true;
	} else {
		$_REQUEST['topic'] = str_replace(array('&#039;', '\\'), array("\x12", ''), $_REQUEST['topic']);
		//	Are we feeling lucky?
		$query = db_query("
			SELECT ID_TOPIC
			FROM {$db_prefix}pretty_topic_urls
			WHERE pretty_url = '$_REQUEST[topic]'
			LIMIT 1", __FILE__, __LINE__);
		//	No? No topic?!
		if (mysql_num_rows($query) == 0)
		{
			$topic = 0;
		} else {
			while ($row = mysql_fetch_assoc($query))
				$topic = (int) $row['ID_TOPIC'];
		}
		mysql_free_result($query);

		//	Fix $_REQUEST for silly mods that don't check $topic
		$_REQUEST['topic'] = $topic;

		//	That query should be counted separately
		$context['pretty']['db_count']++;
	}




	// Now make sure the online log gets the right number.

	$_GET['topic'] = $topic;

}

else

	$topic = 0;



// There should be a $_REQUEST['start'], some at least.  If you need to default to other than 0, use $_GET['start'].

if (empty($_REQUEST['start']) || $_REQUEST['start'] < 0)

	$_REQUEST['start'] = 0;



// The action needs to be a string and not an array or anything else	

if (isset($_REQUEST['action']))

	$_REQUEST['action'] = (string) $_REQUEST['action'];

if (isset($_GET['action']))

	$_GET['action'] = (string) $_GET['action'];



// Store the REMOTE_ADDR for later - even though we HOPE to never use it...

$_SERVER['BAN_CHECK_IP'] = isset($_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR']) && preg_match('~^((([1]?\d)?\d|2[0-4]\d|25[0-5])\.){3}(([1]?\d)?\d|2[0-4]\d|25[0-5])$~', $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR']) === 1 ? $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] : 'unknown';



// Find the user's IP address. (but don't let it give you 'unknown'!)

if (!empty($_SERVER['HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR']) && !empty($_SERVER['HTTP_CLIENT_IP']) && (preg_match('~^((0|10|172\.(1[6-9]|2[0-9]|3[01])|192\.168|255|127)\.|unknown)~', $_SERVER['HTTP_CLIENT_IP']) == 0 || preg_match('~^((0|10|172\.(1[6-9]|2[0-9]|3[01])|192\.168|255|127)\.|unknown)~', $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR']) != 0))

{

	// We have both forwarded for AND client IP... check the first forwarded for as the block - only switch if it's better that way.

	if (strtok($_SERVER['HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR'], '.') != strtok($_SERVER['HTTP_CLIENT_IP'], '.') && '.' . strtok($_SERVER['HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR'], '.') == strrchr($_SERVER['HTTP_CLIENT_IP'], '.') && (preg_match('~^((0|10|172\.(1[6-9]|2[0-9]|3[01])|192\.168|255|127)\.|unknown)~', $_SERVER['HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR']) == 0 || preg_match('~^((0|10|172\.(1[6-9]|2[0-9]|3[01])|192\.168|255|127)\.|unknown)~', $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR']) != 0))

		$_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] = implode('.', array_reverse(explode('.', $_SERVER['HTTP_CLIENT_IP'])));

	else

		$_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] = $_SERVER['HTTP_CLIENT_IP'];

}

if (!empty($_SERVER['HTTP_CLIENT_IP']) && (preg_match('~^((0|10|172\.(1[6-9]|2[0-9]|3[01])|192\.168|255|127)\.|unknown)~', $_SERVER['HTTP_CLIENT_IP']) == 0 || preg_match('~^((0|10|172\.(1[6-9]|2[0-9]|3[01])|192\.168|255|127)\.|unknown)~', $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR']) != 0))

{

	// Since they are in different blocks, it's probably reversed.

	if (strtok($_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'], '.') != strtok($_SERVER['HTTP_CLIENT_IP'], '.'))

		$_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] = implode('.', array_reverse(explode('.', $_SERVER['HTTP_CLIENT_IP'])));

	else

		$_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] = $_SERVER['HTTP_CLIENT_IP'];

}

elseif (!empty($_SERVER['HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR']))

{

	// If there are commas, get the last one.. probably.

	if (strpos($_SERVER['HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR'], ',') !== false)

	{

		$ips = array_reverse(explode(', ', $_SERVER['HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR']));



		// Go through each IP...

		foreach ($ips as $i => $ip)

		{

			// Make sure it's in a valid range...

			if (preg_match('~^((0|10|172\.(1[6-9]|2[0-9]|3[01])|192\.168|255|127)\.|unknown)~', $ip) != 0 && preg_match('~^((0|10|172\.(1[6-9]|2[0-9]|3[01])|192\.168|255|127)\.|unknown)~', $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR']) == 0)

				continue;



			// Otherwise, we've got an IP!

			$_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] = trim($ip);

			break;

		}

	}

	// Otherwise just use the only one.

	elseif (preg_match('~^((0|10|172\.(1[6-9]|2[0-9]|3[01])|192\.168|255|127)\.|unknown)~', $_SERVER['HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR']) == 0 || preg_match('~^((0|10|172\.(1[6-9]|2[0-9]|3[01])|192\.168|255|127)\.|unknown)~', $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR']) != 0)

		$_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] = $_SERVER['HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR'];

}

elseif (!isset($_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR']))

{

	$_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] = '';

	// A new magic variable to indicate we think this is command line.

	$_SERVER['is_cli'] = true;

}



// Make sure we know the URL of the current request.

if (empty($_SERVER['REQUEST_URI']))

	$_SERVER['REQUEST_URL'] = $scripturl . (!empty($_SERVER['QUERY_STRING']) ? '?' . $_SERVER['QUERY_STRING'] : '');

elseif (preg_match('~^([^/]+//[^/]+)~', $scripturl, $match) == 1)

	$_SERVER['REQUEST_URL'] = $match[1] . $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'];

else

	$_SERVER['REQUEST_URL'] = $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'];



// And make sure HTTP_USER_AGENT is set.

$_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT'] = isset($_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT']) ? htmlspecialchars(stripslashes($_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT']), ENT_QUOTES) : '';



// Some final checking.

if (preg_match('~^((([1]?\d)?\d|2[0-4]\d|25[0-5])\.){3}(([1]?\d)?\d|2[0-4]\d|25[0-5])$~', $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR']) === 0)

	$_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] = '';



// Checkup now the language 

if(isset($_REQUEST['language']))

	checkRequestLanguage();

}



// Adds slashes to the array/variable.  Uses two underscores to guard against overloading.

function addslashes__recursive($var, $level = 0)

{

if (!is_array($var))

	return addslashes($var);



// Reindex the array with slashes.

$new_var = array();



// Add slashes to every element, even the indexes!

foreach ($var as $k => $v)

	$new_var[addslashes($k)] = $level > 25 ? null : addslashes__recursive($v, $level + 1);



return $new_var;

}



// Adds html entities to the array/variable.  Uses two underscores to guard against overloading.

function htmlspecialchars__recursive($var, $level = 0)

{

global $func;



if (!is_array($var))

	return isset($func) ? $func['htmlspecialchars']($var, ENT_QUOTES) : htmlspecialchars($var, ENT_QUOTES);



// Add the htmlspecialchars to every element.

foreach ($var as $k => $v)

	$var[$k] = $level > 25 ? null : htmlspecialchars__recursive($v, $level + 1);



return $var;

}



// Removes url stuff from the array/variable.  Uses two underscores to guard against overloading.

function urldecode__recursive($var, $level = 0)

{

if (!is_array($var))

	return urldecode($var);



// Reindex the array...

$new_var = array();



// Add the htmlspecialchars to every element.

foreach ($var as $k => $v)

	$new_var[urldecode($k)] = $level > 25 ? null : urldecode__recursive($v, $level + 1);



return $new_var;

}

// Strips the slashes off any array or variable.  Two underscores for the normal reason.

function stripslashes__recursive($var, $level = 0)

{

if (!is_array($var))

	return stripslashes($var);



// Reindex the array without slashes, this time.

$new_var = array();



// Strip the slashes from every element.

foreach ($var as $k => $v)

	$new_var[stripslashes($k)] = $level > 25 ? null : stripslashes__recursive($v, $level + 1);



return $new_var;

}



// Trim a string including the HTML space, character 160.

function htmltrim__recursive($var, $level = 0)

{

global $func;



// Remove spaces (32), tabs (9), returns (13, 10, and 11), nulls (0), and hard spaces. (160)

if (!is_array($var))

	return isset($func) ? $func['htmltrim']($var) : trim($var, " \t\n\r\x0B\0\xA0");



$new_var = array();



// Go through all the elements and remove the whitespace.

foreach ($var as $k => $v)

	$new_var[$k] = $level > 25 ? null : htmltrim__recursive($v, $level + 1);



return $new_var;

}



// !!!

function validate_unicode__recursive($var)

{

if (is_array($var))

	return array_map('validate_unicode__recursive', $var);



$cleanup = array_merge(range(0, , range(11, 12), range(14, 31));



// Assuming unicode for now - won't really hurt if we're wrong.

for ($i = 0; $i < strlen($var); $i++)

{

	$c = ord($var{$i});

	if (in_array($c, $cleanup))

	{

		$var = substr($var, 0, $i) . substr($var, $i + 1);

		$i--;

		continue;

	}



	if ($c < 192)

		continue;

	elseif ($c < 224)

		$i++;

	elseif ($c < 240)

		$i += 2;

	elseif ($c < 248)

		$i += 3;

	elseif ($c < 252)

		$i += 4;

	elseif ($c < 254)

		$i += 5;

}



return $var;

}



// Rewrite URLs to include the session ID.

function ob_sessrewrite($buffer)

{

global $scripturl, $modSettings, $user_info, $context;



// It's just a blue dream...

if (function_exists('sp_query_string'))

	$buffer = sp_query_string($buffer);



// If $scripturl is set to nothing, or the SID is not defined (SSI?) just quit.

if ($scripturl == '' || !defined('SID'))

	return $buffer;



// Do nothing if the session is cookied, or they are a crawler - guests are caught by redirectexit().  This doesn't work below PHP 4.3.0, because it makes the output buffer bigger.

// !!! smflib

if (empty($_COOKIE) && SID != '' && empty($context['browser']['possibly_robot']) && @version_compare(PHP_VERSION, '4.3.0') != -1)

	$buffer = preg_replace('/"' . preg_quote($scripturl, '/') . '(?!\?' . preg_quote(SID, '/') . ')(\?)?/', '"' . $scripturl . '?' . SID . '&', $buffer);

// Debugging templates, are we?

elseif (isset($_GET['debug']))

	$buffer = preg_replace('/"' . preg_quote($scripturl, '/') . '(\?)?/', '"' . $scripturl . '?debug;', $buffer);



/***	Pretty URLs says no!
// This should work even in 4.2.x, just not CGI without cgi.fix_pathinfo.

if (!empty($modSettings['queryless_urls']) && (!$context['server']['is_cgi'] || @ini_get('cgi.fix_pathinfo') == 1) && $context['server']['is_apache'])

{

	// Let's do something special for session ids!

	if (defined('SID') && SID != '')

		$buffer = preg_replace('/"' . preg_quote($scripturl, '/') . '\?(?:' . SID . '((?:c|board|topic|page)=[^#"]+?)(#[^"]*?)?"/e', "'\"' . \$scripturl . '/' . strtr('\$1', '&;=', '//,') . '.html?' . SID . '\$2\"'", $buffer);

	else

		$buffer = preg_replace('/"' . preg_quote($scripturl, '/') . '\?((?:c|board|topic|page)=[^#"]+?)(#[^"]*?)?"/e', "'\"' . \$scripturl . '/' . strtr('\$1', '&;=', '//,') . '.html\$2\"'", $buffer);

}


***/
global $context, $boardurl, $db_count, $sourcedir, $time_start, $txt;
//	Rewrite the buffer with Pretty URLs!
if (!empty($modSettings['pretty_enable_filters']))
{
	require_once($sourcedir . '/PrettyUrls-Filters.php');
	$buffer = pretty_rewrite_buffer($buffer);
}

//	Update the load times
$pattern = '~<span class="smalltext">' . $txt['smf301'] . '([.0-9]+)' . $txt['smf302'] . '([0-9]+)' . $txt['smf302b'] . '</span>~';
if (preg_match($pattern, $buffer, $matches))
{
	$newTime = round(array_sum(explode(' ', microtime())) - array_sum(explode(' ', $time_start)), 3);
	$timeDiff = $newTime - (float) $matches[1];
	$queriesDiff = $db_count + $context['pretty']['db_count'] - (int) $matches[2];
	//	Remove the link if you like, I won't enforce it like others do
	$newLoadTime = '<span class="smalltext">' . $txt['smf301'] . $newTime . $txt['smf302'] . $db_count . $txt['smf302b'] . ' (<a href="http://code.google.com/p/prettyurls/">Pretty URLs</a> adds ' . $timeDiff . 's, ' . $queriesDiff . 'q)</span>';
	$buffer = str_replace($matches[0], $newLoadTime, $buffer);
}


// Return the changed buffer.

return $buffer;

}



?>

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<?php

/**********************************************************************************

* QueryString.php                                                                 *

***********************************************************************************

* SMF: Simple Machines Forum                                                      *

* Open-Source Project Inspired by Zef Hemel (zef@zefhemel.com)                    *

* =============================================================================== *

* Software Version:           SMF 1.1.9                                           *

* Software by:                Simple Machines (http://www.simplemachines.org)     *

* Copyright 2006-2009 by:     Simple Machines LLC (http://www.simplemachines.org) *

*           2001-2006 by:     Lewis Media (http://www.lewismedia.com)             *

* Support, News, Updates at:  http://www.simplemachines.org                       *

***********************************************************************************

* This program is free software; you may redistribute it and/or modify it under   *

* the terms of the provided license as published by Simple Machines LLC.          *

*                                                                                 *

* This program is distributed in the hope that it is and will be useful, but      *

* WITHOUT ANY WARRANTIES; without even any implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY    *

* or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.                                            *

*                                                                                 *

* See the "license.txt" file for details of the Simple Machines license.          *

* The latest version can always be found at http://www.simplemachines.org.        *

**********************************************************************************/

if (!defined('SMF'))

die('Hacking attempt...');



/*	This file does a lot of important stuff.  Mainly, this means it handles

the query string, request variables, and session management.  It contains

the following functions:



void cleanRequest()

	- cleans the request variables (ENV, GET, POST, COOKIE, SERVER) and

	  makes sure the query string was parsed correctly.

	- handles the URLs passed by the queryless URLs option.

	- makes sure, regardless of php.ini, everything has slashes.

	- sets up $board, $topic, and $scripturl and $_REQUEST['start'].

	- determines, or rather tries to determine, the client's IP.



array addslashes__recursive(array var)

	- returns the var, as an array or string, with slashes.

	- importantly adds slashes to keys and values!

	- calls itself recursively if necessary.



array htmlspecialchars__recursive(array var)

	- adds entities (", <, >) to the array or string var.

	- importantly, does not effect keys, only values.

	- calls itself recursively if necessary.



array urldecode__recursive(array var)

	- takes off url encoding (%20, etc.) from the array or string var.

	- importantly, does it to keys too!

	- calls itself recursively if there are any sub arrays.



array stripslashes__recursive(array var)

	- removes slashes, recursively, from the array or string var.

	- effects both keys and values of arrays.

	- calls itself recursively to handle arrays of arrays.



array htmltrim__recursive(array var)

	- trims a string or an the var array using html characters as well.

	- does not effect keys, only values.

	- may call itself recursively if needed.



array validate_unicode__recursive(array var)

	- makes sure a string only contains character which are allowed in

	  XML/XHTML (not 0-8, 11, 12, and 14-31.)

	- tries to handle UTF-8 properly, and shouldn't negatively affect

	  character sets like ISO-8859-1.

	- does not effect keys, only changes values.

	- may call itself recursively if necessary.



string ob_sessrewrite(string buffer)

	- rewrites the URLs outputted to have the session ID, if the user

	  is not accepting cookies and is using a standard web browser.

	- handles rewriting URLs for the queryless URLs option.

	- can be turned off entirely by setting $scripturl to an empty

	  string, ''. (it wouldn't work well like that anyway.)

	- because of bugs in certain builds of PHP, does not function in

	  versions lower than 4.3.0 - please upgrade if this hurts you.

*/



// Clean the request variables - add html entities to GET and slashes if magic_quotes_gpc is Off.

function cleanRequest()

{

global $board, $topic, $boardurl, $scripturl, $modSettings;



// Makes it easier to refer to things this way.

$scripturl = $boardurl . '/index.php';



// Save some memory.. (since we don't use these anyway.)

unset($GLOBALS['HTTP_POST_VARS'], $GLOBALS['HTTP_POST_VARS']);

unset($GLOBALS['HTTP_POST_FILES'], $GLOBALS['HTTP_POST_FILES']);



// These keys shouldn't be set...ever.

if (isset($_REQUEST['GLOBALS']) || isset($_COOKIE['GLOBALS']))

	die('Invalid request variable.');



// Same goes for numeric keys.

foreach (array_merge(array_keys($_POST), array_keys($_GET), array_keys($_FILES)) as $key)

	if (is_numeric($key))

		die('Invalid request variable.');



// Numeric keys in cookies are less of a problem. Just unset those.

foreach ($_COOKIE as $key => $value)

	if (is_numeric($key))

		unset($_COOKIE[$key]);



// Get the correct query string.  It may be in an environment variable...

if (!isset($_SERVER['QUERY_STRING']))

	$_SERVER['QUERY_STRING'] = getenv('QUERY_STRING');



// Are we going to need to parse the ; out?

if ((strpos(@ini_get('arg_separator.input'), ';') === false || @version_compare(PHP_VERSION, '4.2.0') == -1) && !empty($_SERVER['QUERY_STRING']))

{

	// Get rid of the old one!  You don't know where it's been!

	$_GET = array();



	// Was this redirected?  If so, get the REDIRECT_QUERY_STRING.

	$_SERVER['QUERY_STRING'] = urldecode(substr($_SERVER['QUERY_STRING'], 0, 5) == 'url=/' ? $_SERVER['REDIRECT_QUERY_STRING'] : $_SERVER['QUERY_STRING']);



	// Replace ';' with '&' and '&something&' with '&something=&'.  (this is done for compatibility...)

	// !!! smflib

	parse_str(preg_replace('/&(\w+)(?=&|$)/', '&$1=', strtr($_SERVER['QUERY_STRING'], array(';?' => '&', ';' => '&', '%00' => '', "\0" => ''))), $_GET);

}

elseif (strpos(@ini_get('arg_separator.input'), ';') !== false)

{

	$_GET = urldecode__recursive($_GET);



	if (@get_magic_quotes_gpc() != 0 && empty($modSettings['integrate_magic_quotes']))

		$_GET = stripslashes__recursive($_GET);



	// Search engines will send action=profile%3Bu=1, which confuses PHP.

	// !!! smflib

	foreach ($_GET as $k => $v)

	{

		if (is_string($v) && strpos($k, ';') !== false)

		{

			$temp = explode(';', $v);

			$_GET[$k] = $temp[0];



			for ($i = 1, $n = count($temp); $i < $n; $i++)

			{

				@list ($key, $val) = @explode('=', $temp[$i], 2);

				if (!isset($_GET[$key]))

					$_GET[$key] = $val;

			}

		}



		// This helps a lot with integration!

		if (strpos($k, '?') === 0)

		{

			$_GET[substr($k, 1)] = $v;

			unset($_GET[$k]);

		}

	}

}



// There's no query string, but there is a URL... try to get the data from there.

if (!empty($_SERVER['REQUEST_URI']))

{

	// Remove the .html, assuming there is one.

	if (substr($_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'], strrpos($_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'], '.'), 4) == '.htm')

		$request = substr($_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'], 0, strrpos($_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'], '.'));

	else

		$request = $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'];



	// Replace 'index.php/a,b,c/d/e,f' with 'a=b,c&d=&e=f' and parse it into $_GET.

	parse_str(substr(preg_replace('/&(\w+)(?=&|$)/', '&$1=', strtr(preg_replace('~/([^,/]+),~', '/$1=', substr($request, strpos($request, basename($scripturl)) + strlen(basename($scripturl)))), '/', '&')), 1), $temp);

	$_GET += $temp;

}



// Add entities to GET.  This is kinda like the slashes on everything else.

$_GET = addslashes__recursive(htmlspecialchars__recursive($_GET));



// Clean up after annoying ini settings.  (magic_quotes_gpc might be off...)

if (@get_magic_quotes_gpc() == 0 && empty($modSettings['integrate_magic_quotes']))

{

	// E(G)PCS: ENV, (GET was already done), POST, COOKIE.

	$_ENV = addslashes__recursive($_ENV);

	$_POST = addslashes__recursive($_POST);

	$_COOKIE = addslashes__recursive($_COOKIE);



	// FILES work like this: k -> name -> array.  So be careful.

	foreach ($_FILES as $k => $dummy)

		$_FILES[$k]['name'] = addslashes__recursive($_FILES[$k]['name']);

}



// Take care of the server variables.

$_SERVER = addslashes__recursive($_SERVER);



// Let's not depend on the ini settings... why even have COOKIE in there, anyway?

$_REQUEST = $_POST + $_GET;



// Make sure $board and $topic are numbers.

if (isset($_REQUEST['board']))

{

	// Make sure that its a string and not something else like an array

	$_REQUEST['board'] = (string) $_REQUEST['board'];



	// If there's a slash in it, we've got a start value! (old, compatible links.)

	if (strpos($_REQUEST['board'], '/') !== false)

		list ($_REQUEST['board'], $_REQUEST['start']) = explode('/', $_REQUEST['board']);

	// Same idea, but dots.  This is the currently used format - ?board=1.0...

	elseif (strpos($_REQUEST['board'], '.') !== false)

		list ($_REQUEST['board'], $_REQUEST['start']) = explode('.', $_REQUEST['board']);

	// Now make absolutely sure it's a number.

	$board = (int) $_REQUEST['board'];



	// This is for "Who's Online" because it might come via POST - and it should be an int here.

	$_GET['board'] = $board;

}

// Well, $board is going to be a number no matter what.

else

	$board = 0;



// If there's a threadid, it's probably an old YaBB SE link.  Flow with it.

if (isset($_REQUEST['threadid']) && !isset($_REQUEST['topic']))

	$_REQUEST['topic'] = $_REQUEST['threadid'];



// We've got topic!

if (isset($_REQUEST['topic']))

{

	// Make sure that its a string and not something else like an array

	$_REQUEST['topic'] = (string)$_REQUEST['topic'];



	// Slash means old, beta style, formatting.  That's okay though, the link should still work.

	if (strpos($_REQUEST['topic'], '/') !== false)

		list ($_REQUEST['topic'], $_REQUEST['start']) = explode('/', $_REQUEST['topic']);

	// Dots are useful and fun .  This is ?topic=1.15.

	elseif (strpos($_REQUEST['topic'], '.') !== false)

		list ($_REQUEST['topic'], $_REQUEST['start']) = explode('.', $_REQUEST['topic']);



	$topic = (int) $_REQUEST['topic'];



	// Now make sure the online log gets the right number.

	$_GET['topic'] = $topic;

}

else

	$topic = 0;



// There should be a $_REQUEST['start'], some at least.  If you need to default to other than 0, use $_GET['start'].

if (empty($_REQUEST['start']) || $_REQUEST['start'] < 0)

	$_REQUEST['start'] = 0;



// The action needs to be a string and not an array or anything else	

if (isset($_REQUEST['action']))

	$_REQUEST['action'] = (string) $_REQUEST['action'];

if (isset($_GET['action']))

	$_GET['action'] = (string) $_GET['action'];



// Store the REMOTE_ADDR for later - even though we HOPE to never use it...

$_SERVER['BAN_CHECK_IP'] = isset($_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR']) && preg_match('~^((([1]?\d)?\d|2[0-4]\d|25[0-5])\.){3}(([1]?\d)?\d|2[0-4]\d|25[0-5])$~', $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR']) === 1 ? $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] : 'unknown';



// Find the user's IP address. (but don't let it give you 'unknown'!)

if (!empty($_SERVER['HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR']) && !empty($_SERVER['HTTP_CLIENT_IP']) && (preg_match('~^((0|10|172\.(1[6-9]|2[0-9]|3[01])|192\.168|255|127)\.|unknown)~', $_SERVER['HTTP_CLIENT_IP']) == 0 || preg_match('~^((0|10|172\.(1[6-9]|2[0-9]|3[01])|192\.168|255|127)\.|unknown)~', $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR']) != 0))

{

	// We have both forwarded for AND client IP... check the first forwarded for as the block - only switch if it's better that way.

	if (strtok($_SERVER['HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR'], '.') != strtok($_SERVER['HTTP_CLIENT_IP'], '.') && '.' . strtok($_SERVER['HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR'], '.') == strrchr($_SERVER['HTTP_CLIENT_IP'], '.') && (preg_match('~^((0|10|172\.(1[6-9]|2[0-9]|3[01])|192\.168|255|127)\.|unknown)~', $_SERVER['HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR']) == 0 || preg_match('~^((0|10|172\.(1[6-9]|2[0-9]|3[01])|192\.168|255|127)\.|unknown)~', $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR']) != 0))

		$_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] = implode('.', array_reverse(explode('.', $_SERVER['HTTP_CLIENT_IP'])));

	else

		$_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] = $_SERVER['HTTP_CLIENT_IP'];

}

if (!empty($_SERVER['HTTP_CLIENT_IP']) && (preg_match('~^((0|10|172\.(1[6-9]|2[0-9]|3[01])|192\.168|255|127)\.|unknown)~', $_SERVER['HTTP_CLIENT_IP']) == 0 || preg_match('~^((0|10|172\.(1[6-9]|2[0-9]|3[01])|192\.168|255|127)\.|unknown)~', $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR']) != 0))

{

	// Since they are in different blocks, it's probably reversed.

	if (strtok($_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'], '.') != strtok($_SERVER['HTTP_CLIENT_IP'], '.'))

		$_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] = implode('.', array_reverse(explode('.', $_SERVER['HTTP_CLIENT_IP'])));

	else

		$_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] = $_SERVER['HTTP_CLIENT_IP'];

}

elseif (!empty($_SERVER['HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR']))

{

	// If there are commas, get the last one.. probably.

	if (strpos($_SERVER['HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR'], ',') !== false)

	{

		$ips = array_reverse(explode(', ', $_SERVER['HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR']));



		// Go through each IP...

		foreach ($ips as $i => $ip)

		{

			// Make sure it's in a valid range...

			if (preg_match('~^((0|10|172\.(1[6-9]|2[0-9]|3[01])|192\.168|255|127)\.|unknown)~', $ip) != 0 && preg_match('~^((0|10|172\.(1[6-9]|2[0-9]|3[01])|192\.168|255|127)\.|unknown)~', $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR']) == 0)

				continue;



			// Otherwise, we've got an IP!

			$_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] = trim($ip);

			break;

		}

	}

	// Otherwise just use the only one.

	elseif (preg_match('~^((0|10|172\.(1[6-9]|2[0-9]|3[01])|192\.168|255|127)\.|unknown)~', $_SERVER['HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR']) == 0 || preg_match('~^((0|10|172\.(1[6-9]|2[0-9]|3[01])|192\.168|255|127)\.|unknown)~', $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR']) != 0)

		$_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] = $_SERVER['HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR'];

}

elseif (!isset($_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR']))

{

	$_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] = '';

	// A new magic variable to indicate we think this is command line.

	$_SERVER['is_cli'] = true;

}



// Make sure we know the URL of the current request.

if (empty($_SERVER['REQUEST_URI']))

	$_SERVER['REQUEST_URL'] = $scripturl . (!empty($_SERVER['QUERY_STRING']) ? '?' . $_SERVER['QUERY_STRING'] : '');

elseif (preg_match('~^([^/]+//[^/]+)~', $scripturl, $match) == 1)

	$_SERVER['REQUEST_URL'] = $match[1] . $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'];

else

	$_SERVER['REQUEST_URL'] = $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'];



// And make sure HTTP_USER_AGENT is set.

$_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT'] = isset($_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT']) ? htmlspecialchars(stripslashes($_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT']), ENT_QUOTES) : '';



// Some final checking.

if (preg_match('~^((([1]?\d)?\d|2[0-4]\d|25[0-5])\.){3}(([1]?\d)?\d|2[0-4]\d|25[0-5])$~', $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR']) === 0)

	$_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] = '';



// Checkup now the language 

if(isset($_REQUEST['language']))

	checkRequestLanguage();

}



// Adds slashes to the array/variable.  Uses two underscores to guard against overloading.

function addslashes__recursive($var, $level = 0)

{

if (!is_array($var))

	return addslashes($var);



// Reindex the array with slashes.

$new_var = array();



// Add slashes to every element, even the indexes!

foreach ($var as $k => $v)

	$new_var[addslashes($k)] = $level > 25 ? null : addslashes__recursive($v, $level + 1);



return $new_var;

}



// Adds html entities to the array/variable.  Uses two underscores to guard against overloading.

function htmlspecialchars__recursive($var, $level = 0)

{

global $func;



if (!is_array($var))

	return isset($func) ? $func['htmlspecialchars']($var, ENT_QUOTES) : htmlspecialchars($var, ENT_QUOTES);



// Add the htmlspecialchars to every element.

foreach ($var as $k => $v)

	$var[$k] = $level > 25 ? null : htmlspecialchars__recursive($v, $level + 1);



return $var;

}



// Removes url stuff from the array/variable.  Uses two underscores to guard against overloading.

function urldecode__recursive($var, $level = 0)

{

if (!is_array($var))

	return urldecode($var);



// Reindex the array...

$new_var = array();



// Add the htmlspecialchars to every element.

foreach ($var as $k => $v)

	$new_var[urldecode($k)] = $level > 25 ? null : urldecode__recursive($v, $level + 1);



return $new_var;

}

// Strips the slashes off any array or variable.  Two underscores for the normal reason.

function stripslashes__recursive($var, $level = 0)

{

if (!is_array($var))

	return stripslashes($var);



// Reindex the array without slashes, this time.

$new_var = array();



// Strip the slashes from every element.

foreach ($var as $k => $v)

	$new_var[stripslashes($k)] = $level > 25 ? null : stripslashes__recursive($v, $level + 1);



return $new_var;

}



// Trim a string including the HTML space, character 160.

function htmltrim__recursive($var, $level = 0)

{

global $func;



// Remove spaces (32), tabs (9), returns (13, 10, and 11), nulls (0), and hard spaces. (160)

if (!is_array($var))

	return isset($func) ? $func['htmltrim']($var) : trim($var, " \t\n\r\x0B\0\xA0");



$new_var = array();



// Go through all the elements and remove the whitespace.

foreach ($var as $k => $v)

	$new_var[$k] = $level > 25 ? null : htmltrim__recursive($v, $level + 1);



return $new_var;

}



// !!!

function validate_unicode__recursive($var)

{

if (is_array($var))

	return array_map('validate_unicode__recursive', $var);



$cleanup = array_merge(range(0, , range(11, 12), range(14, 31));



// Assuming unicode for now - won't really hurt if we're wrong.

for ($i = 0; $i < strlen($var); $i++)

{

	$c = ord($var{$i});

	if (in_array($c, $cleanup))

	{

		$var = substr($var, 0, $i) . substr($var, $i + 1);

		$i--;

		continue;

	}



	if ($c < 192)

		continue;

	elseif ($c < 224)

		$i++;

	elseif ($c < 240)

		$i += 2;

	elseif ($c < 248)

		$i += 3;

	elseif ($c < 252)

		$i += 4;

	elseif ($c < 254)

		$i += 5;

}



return $var;

}



// Rewrite URLs to include the session ID.

function ob_sessrewrite($buffer)

{

global $scripturl, $modSettings, $user_info, $context;



// It's just a blue dream...

if (function_exists('sp_query_string'))

	$buffer = sp_query_string($buffer);



// If $scripturl is set to nothing, or the SID is not defined (SSI?) just quit.

if ($scripturl == '' || !defined('SID'))

	return $buffer;



// Do nothing if the session is cookied, or they are a crawler - guests are caught by redirectexit().  This doesn't work below PHP 4.3.0, because it makes the output buffer bigger.

// !!! smflib

if (empty($_COOKIE) && SID != '' && empty($context['browser']['possibly_robot']) && @version_compare(PHP_VERSION, '4.3.0') != -1)

	$buffer = preg_replace('/"' . preg_quote($scripturl, '/') . '(?!\?' . preg_quote(SID, '/') . ')(\?)?/', '"' . $scripturl . '?' . SID . '&', $buffer);

// Debugging templates, are we?

elseif (isset($_GET['debug']))

	$buffer = preg_replace('/"' . preg_quote($scripturl, '/') . '(\?)?/', '"' . $scripturl . '?debug;', $buffer);



// This should work even in 4.2.x, just not CGI without cgi.fix_pathinfo.

if (!empty($modSettings['queryless_urls']) && (!$context['server']['is_cgi'] || @ini_get('cgi.fix_pathinfo') == 1) && $context['server']['is_apache'])

{

	// Let's do something special for session ids!

	if (defined('SID') && SID != '')

		$buffer = preg_replace('/"' . preg_quote($scripturl, '/') . '\?(?:' . SID . '((?:c|board|topic|page)=[^#"]+?)(#[^"]*?)?"/e', "'\"' . \$scripturl . '/' . strtr('\$1', '&;=', '//,') . '.html?' . SID . '\$2\"'", $buffer);

	else

		$buffer = preg_replace('/"' . preg_quote($scripturl, '/') . '\?((?:c|board|topic|page)=[^#"]+?)(#[^"]*?)?"/e', "'\"' . \$scripturl . '/' . strtr('\$1', '&;=', '//,') . '.html\$2\"'", $buffer);

}



// Return the changed buffer.

return $buffer;

}



?>

 

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Why are you posting so much code? Your error states: Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_IF in ....../Sources/Querystring.php on line 1

 

So please post the first 5-10 lines of Querystring.php as is.

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Do you see something missing in the first line? Because i dont. Thats why i attached the files in the first message.

Then someone asked for the code. Maybe i should attach the whole directory???? :confused:

 

I am too old for this... :'(

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Your files are querystring1 and querystring2.php

 

Your error message shows an error on querystring.php. So please post the first 5 -10 lines of querystring.php so that we can find out the cause of your error.

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Querystring2.php is the file Querystring.php in the error message. And these are the first few lines of Querystring.php

<?php

/**********************************************************************************

* QueryString.php                                                                 *

***********************************************************************************

* SMF: Simple Machines Forum                                                      *

* Open-Source Project Inspired by Zef Hemel (zef@zefhemel.com)                    *

The above code generates the error

Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_IF in ....../Sources/Querystring.php on line 1

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<?php
if (!defined('SMF'))

die('Hacking attempt...');

try:

if (!defined('SMF'))
{
die('Hacking attempt...');
}

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