On 10/5/2012 8:09 AM, David McGlone wrote:
On Thursday, October 04, 2012 10:41:17 PM Jim Giner wrote:
On 10/4/2012 10:15 PM, David McGlone wrote:
I hope I'm not being a pest.

I've played with the return and echo so much today I've finally realized
I'm going in circles. But I can say I understand it more than ever.

Now whats on my mind is breaking out of this circle and doing more with
this code. What I am trying to do now is instead of having ALL the images
display, I want to try and group them by their name.

If I were using SQL I'd simply use a where clause  and be done with it,
I'm not sure what would acomplish the same thing or similiar to a where
clause in php.

I dont' see how a where clause in sql provides you with a result that
organizes the images by name.

All the images I have that go together have the same name.

So by using a where clause in a MySQL select statement and some php, I'd be
able to grab the result set with the same name.

David M.

True dat. So why don't you just change the "prefix" value coming into your function? Or - run it once for all prefixes, build a 2nd array of the unique ones, sort them, display them, let the user pick one, then re-run it for that prefix alone.

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