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<? /** * Given a Hex IP Address, this script will convert * and display Decimal and Binary representations of * the IP Address. * * This script was created for a one time personal use. * It works for well for valid hex addresses, but may return * unexpected results for invalid hex input (non hex characters, * too many/few hex digits, etc). * * @author Josh Grochowski (josh@kastang.com) * */ //determines if the input is through a command line, or web browser if(isset($argv[1])) { $HEX_IP = $argv[1]; } else if(isset($_GET["hexip"])) { $HEX_IP = $_GET["hexip"]; } else { throw new Exception("No HEX Input through CLI or GET."); } $HEX_IP = str_split($HEX_IP, 2); $BIN_IP = ''; foreach($HEX_IP as $h) { $d = base_convert($h, 16, 2); //Pads the Binary string with 0's if length is less then 8. if(strlen($d) < 8) { $len = strlen($d); while($len < 8) { $d = '0'.$d; $len++; } } $BIN_IP .= $d; } //Displays the length of the Binary string and shows the IP in Binary Notation echo 'Binary Length: '. strlen($BIN_IP)."\n"; echo $BIN_IP."\n\n"; //Splits the string into 4, 8 bit segments. $BIN_IP = str_split($BIN_IP, 8); //Converts each Binary block to a decimal and forms the IP address. echo 'Decimal IP: '; $ip = ''; foreach($BIN_IP as $x) { $ip .= base_convert($x, 2, 10).'.'; } //Displays the IP Address in Decimal format. echo substr($ip, 0, -1)."\n"; ?>
Output for 7.0.0 - 7.1.0
Fatal error: Uncaught Exception: No HEX Input through CLI or GET. in /in/hX9IH:22 Stack trace: #0 {main} thrown in /in/hX9IH on line 22
Process exited with code 255.
Output for hhvm-3.10.0 - 3.12.0
Fatal error: Uncaught exception 'Exception' with message 'No HEX Input through CLI or GET.' in /in/hX9IH:22 Stack trace: #0 {main}
Process exited with code 255.
Output for 5.4.34 - 5.6.28
Fatal error: Uncaught exception 'Exception' with message 'No HEX Input through CLI or GET.' in /in/hX9IH:22 Stack trace: #0 {main} thrown in /in/hX9IH on line 22
Process exited with code 255.
Output for 4.3.0 - 5.4.32
<? /** * Given a Hex IP Address, this script will convert * and display Decimal and Binary representations of * the IP Address. * * This script was created for a one time personal use. * It works for well for valid hex addresses, but may return * unexpected results for invalid hex input (non hex characters, * too many/few hex digits, etc). * * @author Josh Grochowski (josh@kastang.com) * */ //determines if the input is through a command line, or web browser if(isset($argv[1])) { $HEX_IP = $argv[1]; } else if(isset($_GET["hexip"])) { $HEX_IP = $_GET["hexip"]; } else { throw new Exception("No HEX Input through CLI or GET."); } $HEX_IP = str_split($HEX_IP, 2); $BIN_IP = ''; foreach($HEX_IP as $h) { $d = base_convert($h, 16, 2); //Pads the Binary string with 0's if length is less then 8. if(strlen($d) < 8) { $len = strlen($d); while($len < 8) { $d = '0'.$d; $len++; } } $BIN_IP .= $d; } //Displays the length of the Binary string and shows the IP in Binary Notation echo 'Binary Length: '. strlen($BIN_IP)."\n"; echo $BIN_IP."\n\n"; //Splits the string into 4, 8 bit segments. $BIN_IP = str_split($BIN_IP, 8); //Converts each Binary block to a decimal and forms the IP address. echo 'Decimal IP: '; $ip = ''; foreach($BIN_IP as $x) { $ip .= base_convert($x, 2, 10).'.'; } //Displays the IP Address in Decimal format. echo substr($ip, 0, -1)."\n"; ?>