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From: "bastian.wild () gmx de" <bastian.wild () gmx de>
Date: Thu, 21 Apr 2011 12:04:41 +0200

Hello all,
i got a question: a friend of mine was analysing some code and found a thing like following

||    $a=preg_replace('#\/\*.*\*\/#sU','',$a);
   if(preg_match('#[^0-9]#',$a)) die();

so i was wondering if you can bypass this?

since the first regex tries to avoud comments like /**/ but it bypassable there should be a way to get through the numeric check.
is there?
i cant figure it out!
thanks all


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