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Severity: Notice

Message: Undefined index: userid

Filename: views/question.php

Line Number: 191

Backtrace:

File: /home/prodcxja/public_html/questions/application/views/question.php
Line: 191
Function: _error_handler

File: /home/prodcxja/public_html/questions/application/controllers/Questions.php
Line: 433
Function: view

File: /home/prodcxja/public_html/questions/index.php
Line: 315
Function: require_once

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Wrap Text in P tag

I'm trying to figure out how to wrap text like this:

Morbi nisl tortor, consectetur vitae laoreet eu, lobortis id ipsum. Integer scelerisque blandit pulvinar. Nam tempus mi eget nunc laoreet venenatis. Proin viverra, erat at accumsan tincidunt, ante mi cursus elit, non

congue mauris dolor ac elit. Maecenas mollis nisl a sem semper ornare. Integer nunc purus, dapibus nec dignissim sed, dictum eget leo. Etiam in mi ut erat pretium fringilla sed

Into this:

<p>Morbi nisl tortor, consectetur vitae laoreet eu, lobortis id ipsum. Integer scelerisque blandit pulvinar. Nam tempus mi eget nunc laoreet venenatis. Proin viverra, erat at accumsan tincidunt, ante mi cursus elit, non</p>

<p>congue mauris dolor ac elit. Maecenas mollis nisl a sem semper ornare. Integer nunc purus, dapibus nec dignissim sed, dictum eget leo. Etiam in mi ut erat pretium fringilla sed</p>

Note the p tags around the text.

This should do it

$text = <<<TEXT
Morbi nisl tortor, consectetur vitae laoreet eu, lobortis id ipsum. Integer scelerisque blandit pulvinar. Nam tempus mi eget nunc laoreet venenatis. Proin viverra, erat at accumsan tincidunt, ante mi cursus elit, non

congue mauris dolor ac elit. Maecenas mollis nisl a sem semper ornare. Integer nunc purus, dapibus nec dignissim sed, dictum eget leo. Etiam in mi ut erat pretium fringilla sed
TEXT;

$paragraphedText = "<p>" . implode( "</p>\n\n<p>", preg_split( '/\n(?:\s*\n)+/', $text ) ) . "</p>";
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$str = '<p>'. str_replace('\n\n', '</p><p>', $str) .'</p>';

OR

$str = '<p>'. preg_replace('\n{2,}', '</p><p>', $str) .'</p>';

To catch 2 or more.

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