On 10/5/2012 8:09 AM, David McGlone wrote:
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.
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.
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