Converting C++ to PHP (Small job) for some cash.

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  1. peec

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    Hi all , i am troubling to convert a C++ script to PHP. (Not quite convert, but implement a way to read the data of a dbc file and return the rows as array..

    This C++ script reads a so called World of warcraft *.dbc file and output its as CSV format. I don't want this, i want it to output it as an array so I can work with the array.

    Im getting pretty desperate.. But i have no clue when working with streams, hex, bits and bytes in a file.

    I will transfer $20 PayPal to the one who do it as a thank you.



    What i want the PHP script's function to do:

    - Open the DBC file.
    - Get the header data and an array of rows wich contains the collumns of data.
    - Maybe a PHP function like this:
    PHP:
       $data dbctoarray($dbcfile);
    or more preferable a class.
     
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    Example of one DBC FILE: svn.mcride.org/mangosphplib/dev/ZoneMusic.dbc
    The C++ Script: svn.mcride.org/mangosphplib/dev/dbc2csv.cpp

    More info about these dbc files the PHP script must be able to read:
    sourcepeek.com/wiki/Category:World_of_Warcraft_DBC_Files
     
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    For information; I got this far:
    :P Outputting WDBC wich apperently is correct, but the rest is ... hard for me.

    PHP:
    $handle = @fopen("ZoneMusic.dbc""r");
    if (
    $handle) {
        echo 
    fread($handle4);

        
    fclose($handle);
    }
     
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