> > I was wondering if this is possible to in PHP ... I am developing an > > application for a pizza place, where touch typing interface is much faster > > than using the mouse, so I was wondering if I can develop an interface with > > a calculator style keypad, and the codes entered (using something like STDIN > > in Perl), are automatically compared to the MySQL database to provide > > realtime feedback to the user, such as code 32 is hawaian pizza, and after > > the user enters code 32 Hawaian pizza get's displayed as feedback ... and > > then awaits for some other input such as size, etc... > > I can't think of any reason why not. Obviously this won't be a web > application :) Though a good design could be re-used to form an online > ordering application also.
You could go one step further and develope it for use with a touch screen then you could just write it as a web application and run it thru a full-screen browser :) (Which I have done - using php, mysql and full-screen IE :) - and is a nice solution for such issues - if feasable). -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php