Sounds like a decision needs to be made. If statements were born for that.
On Monday 21 November 2005 3:41 am, JeRRy wrote: > Hi, > > Okay I have a dj site, I have alogin script and cookies to handle the > login. > > Next I want to add some permissions for each dj account. Maybe 3 to > start with, 3 permissions. > > A value or y or n will be set in each permission, with n being the > default. > > Now I need to know how to output the permission out with some add php > code. > > So let me explain: > > Three permissions lets say are perm_1 , perm_2 , and perm_3 > > If user bob has a y in perm_2 I want to output the perm_2 permission. > Which lets say is to delete a dj account. So it needs to output some php > code to work with the database. Is IF statements relevent/safe for this or > is there a better method? > > So each user account on default will need to also check the values of the > permission. So I need a code that checks for a y value in each permission. > If none is found than nothing is displayed or a message saying you have no > special permissions currently. But if one or more are met than those > permissions are outputed to the relevant permission code. > > If you need any further information please let me know. All help mostly > appreciated in advance. > > J > > > --------------------------------- > Do you Yahoo!? > The best of Hasselhoff on the web - Hoffice Attachments -- PHP Database Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php