[PHP] readfile or fopen? (Passing file to user...)

2002-03-12 Thread Jimmy Lantz

Hi,
I wonder if there's a better way (more effective, less resource consuming ) 
to pass a file to a user than the ones I put below.
This might be quite large files more than 100 mb. Mind this might be all 
kind of files (binary and others) and must preserve the files state.

//Sending approriate headers
//snip
--Is this better, 
faster less consuming
$fd=fopen($completeFilePath,'r');
fpassthru($fd);
exit;

than this? Seems 
like it, or is there yet another, faster, better way?
$data = readfile($completeFilePath);
$i=0;
while ($data[$i] != ){
echo $data[$i];
$i++;
}
exit;

TIA
/ Jimmy


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[PHP] Can anybody tell what is wrong with this file?

2002-03-12 Thread Balaji Ankem
Title: Message



Hi 
friend, I am using the browser 
Netscape 4.7. It z not 
displaying the select box..blindly displaying in text format.. (If u want to see 
open 
example.jpg)Example.html=!DOCTYPE html public 
"-//w3c//dtd html 4.0 
transitional//en"htmlbodytable 
tr 
 td width="19%" 
bgcolor="#DBF3DE"1/td 
 td width="15%" 
bgcolor="#DBF3DE"1/td 
 td width="14%" 
bgcolor="#DBF3DE"Raghu/td 
 td width="19%" 
bgcolor="#DBF3DE"Modem/td 
 td width="18%" 
bgcolor="#DBF3DE"8L_LT/td 
 td width="14%" 
bgcolor="#DBF3DE"W_SW150_1/td 
 td width="14%" 
bgcolor="#DBF3DE"NULL/td 
 td width="14%" 
bgcolor="#DBF3DE"NULL/td 
 td width="14%" 
bgcolor="#DBF3DE"Pending/td 
 
td 
 
 select 
name="change1" 
 
 
 option 
value=""SELECT/option 
 
 
 option 
value="Approved"Approved/option 
 
 
 option 
value="Rejected"Rejected/option 
 
 
/select 
 
/td 
 td width="14%" 
bgcolor="#DBF3DE" 
 
 form name="name_1" method="post" 
action="modify_status.php" 
 
 
 input type="submit" name="modify" 
value="SUBMIT" 
 
 
 input type="hidden" name="req_id" 
value="1" 
 
 
 input type="hidden" 
name="dev_tag" 
value="W_SW150_1" 
 
 
/formbr 
 
/td 
/tr/table/body/html= 

Thanks in advance
Balaji

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Re: [PHP] Can anybody tell what is wrong with this file?

2002-03-12 Thread Alexander Weber

Balaji Ankem wrote:
It z not displaying the select box..blindly displaying in text
format.. (If u want to see open example.jpg)

You have to use form tags. select tags are invalid if they are not
within form tags.

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Re: [PHP] Problems installing PHP

2002-03-12 Thread Berlina

Hi again, and thanks.
Well, I will try to explain...Im trying to run PHP as a module, but you
helped me to use it as a CGI.

I installed NTSP 6 on my computer, and reconfigure Apache for execute PHP as
a CGI.
Now Apache starts so well and i can execute de PHP info() function. Good.
But when I tried to execute some old pages, that runs in a Linux platform
and in a Win'98 platform, PHP crashes again.
Appears again Dr Watson and it say that the PHP.EXE (access infraction)
crashes and Apache shows an Internal Server Error.

Any ideas?
Advanced thanks again,
Berli


- Original Message -
From: DL Neil [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: Berlina [EMAIL PROTECTED]; php-general-list
[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Monday, March 11, 2002 6:47 PM
Subject: Re: [PHP] Problems installing PHP


 Hi Berlina,

  Im trying to install an Apache Web Server and PHP in a Windows NT .
 
  * Apache 1.2.23
  * PHP 4.1.1
  * Windows NT Server 4.0 with SP4
 
  The installation of Apache Web Server and PHP was succesfully ok, but
 when I
  configure the PHP and Apache, editing the PHP.ini and httpd.conf
 files, as
  installation manual says, was not any problem neither.
 
  The problem appears when i try to load a php file with the web server,
 then
  shows all the content of a file. The server reads and show the file
 but not
  execute it.
  And, of course I added the lines:
  LoadModule php4_module PATH/php4apache.dll
  AddType application/x-httpd-php .php
  in my httpd.conf file.


 My (NT) system is Apache 1.3.20, PHP 4.0.6, NTWS 4.0 SP6a

 Entries in httpd.conf that you didn't mention:

 ScriptInterpreterSource registry
 and in:
 IfModule mod_alias.c
 ScriptAlias /php/ C:/Program Files/PHP/
 later (in addition to what you described) in:
 IfModule mod_mime.c
 Action application/x-httpd-php /php/php.exe
 AddType application/x-httpd-php .php .phtml .php3 .php4

 - watch those PATHs!?

 I'm not sure if any/all of them might be useful to you - I'm no Apache
 specialist, but I followed the instructions given and everything runs
 really well.

 Regards,
 =dn



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[PHP] Re: Can anybody tell what is wrong with this file?

2002-03-12 Thread Maarten Weyn

MessageTry this
html
head
/head
body
table
tr
td width=19% bgcolor=#DBF3DE1/td
td width=15% bgcolor=#DBF3DE1/td
td width=14% bgcolor=#DBF3DERaghu/td
td width=19% bgcolor=#DBF3DEModem/td
td width=18% bgcolor=#DBF3DE8L_LT/td
td width=14% bgcolor=#DBF3DEW_SW150_1/td
td width=14% bgcolor=#DBF3DENULL/td
td width=14% bgcolor=#DBF3DENULL/td
td width=14% bgcolor=#DBF3DEPending/td
form name=name_1 method=post action=modify_status.php
td
select name=change1
option value=SELECT/option
option value=ApprovedApproved/option
option value=RejectedRejected/option
/select
/td
td width=14% bgcolor=#DBF3DE
input type=submit name=modify value=SUBMIT
input type=hidden name=req_id value=1
input type=hidden name=dev_tag value=W_SW150_1
/td
/form
/tr

/table

/body
/html
  Balaji Ankem [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message 
001a01c1c9a6$0dd19e40$[EMAIL PROTECTED]">news:001a01c1c9a6$0dd19e40$[EMAIL PROTECTED]...
   H i friend,
  I am using the browser Netscape 4.7.

  It z not displaying the select box..blindly displaying in text format.. (If 
u want to see open example.jpg)
 
  Example.html
  =
  !DOCTYPE html public -//w3c//dtd html 4.0 transitional//en
  html
  body
  table
  tr
  td width=19% bgcolor=#DBF3DE1/td
  td width=15% bgcolor=#DBF3DE1/td
  td width=14% bgcolor=#DBF3DERaghu/td
  td width=19% bgcolor=#DBF3DEModem/td
  td width=18% bgcolor=#DBF3DE8L_LT/td
  td width=14% bgcolor=#DBF3DEW_SW150_1/td
  td width=14% bgcolor=#DBF3DENULL/td
  td width=14% bgcolor=#DBF3DENULL/td
  td width=14% bgcolor=#DBF3DEPending/td
  td
  select name=change1
  option value=SELECT/option
  option value=ApprovedApproved/option
  option value=RejectedRejected/option
  /select
  /td
  td width=14% bgcolor=#DBF3DE
  form name=name_1 method=post action=modify_status.php
  input type=submit name=modify value=SUBMIT
  input type=hidden name=req_id value=1
  input type=hidden name=dev_tag 
value=W_SW150_1
  /formbr
  /td
  /tr

  /table

  /body
  /html
  = 



  Thanks in advance

  Balaji




[PHP] newbie: using sessions

2002-03-12 Thread Maarten Weyn

Hi i can't get the session variables working.

When I get something like
$_SESSION['Login']=$HTTP_POST_VARS['login'];
on the first page, and i go with a link to an other php page.
When then try to get $_SESSION['Login'] again it is empty.

How comes?


Maarten Weyn



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[PHP] deleting records in mysql

2002-03-12 Thread Michael P. Carel

Hi to all,

just want to ask why does the records in the table field sometimes failed to
delete in using an interface such as using a delete mysql queries in PHP or
even in a WEBMIN mysql gui interface. When it happens i need to manual
delete the records using a command line.
is there any bug in the the version of mysql im using?my php scripts failed
when this happened. Im using mysql version 11.15 distribution 3.23.39 in
redhat linux 6.2


Regards,
Mike



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Re: [PHP] newbie: using sessions

2002-03-12 Thread Faisal Abdullah

Have you started session? And you have to register session variables as well.
Try this:

session_start();
$session_login = $HTTP_POST_VARS['login'];
session_register(session_login);


At the other page, where you want to output the variable, you must also start 
session.

session_start();
echo $session_login;

Regards,
Faisal

On Tuesday 12 March 2002 17:28, you wrote:
 Hi i can't get the session variables working.

 When I get something like
 $_SESSION['Login']=$HTTP_POST_VARS['login'];
 on the first page, and i go with a link to an other php page.
 When then try to get $_SESSION['Login'] again it is empty.

 How comes?


 Maarten Weyn

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Re: [PHP] Re: Variables within a string

2002-03-12 Thread Jason Wong

On Tuesday 12 March 2002 12:27, Analysis  Solutions wrote:

  For security reasons. To make sure the variable did come from POSTing a
  form and not from the URL.

 Neither is more or less secure.  The source of the data doesn't matter.

The source of the data *does* matter. That is why the latest releases of PHP 
( 4.0.6) recommends having register_globals OFF by default.

That is also why instead of the cumbersome $HTTP_POST_VARS[] (etc) it's been 
changed to a much shorter $_POST[]. And to further encourage you to use the 
new form, $_POST[], $GET[] etc have been made super global so they can be 
used directly inside functions without having to declare them as global.

To see why the source of data matters, see the chapter Security::Using 
Register Globals

 Regardless of where the info is from, validating user input is the only
 way to ensure security.

But if you don't know where the data came from then it's not secure. Consider 
a real-life example. Robin Hood steals the Sheriff's ATM card, and the 
Sheriff stupidly enough has written the PIN onto the back of the card. Now 
Robin can go and withdraw all the money from the Sheriff's account because 
the ATM has no way of knowing that the card was stolen (it doesn't know where 
the source of the data came from), all it knows is that the data is valid 
(right card, right PIN).


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Re: [PHP] deleting records in mysql

2002-03-12 Thread Faisal Abdullah

The web interfaces probably failed to receive the ID of the row you wish to 
delete. What's the error message? Does the ID of the row you wish to delete 
appear in the Delete Link in the web interface?

Regards,
Faisal

On Tuesday 12 March 2002 17:35, you wrote:
 Hi to all,

 just want to ask why does the records in the table field sometimes failed
 to delete in using an interface such as using a delete mysql queries in PHP
 or even in a WEBMIN mysql gui interface. When it happens i need to manual
 delete the records using a command line.
 is there any bug in the the version of mysql im using?my php scripts failed
 when this happened. Im using mysql version 11.15 distribution 3.23.39 in
 redhat linux 6.2


 Regards,
 Mike

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Re: [PHP] Re: Variables within a string

2002-03-12 Thread Faisal Abdullah

I love your example..

 But if you don't know where the data came from then it's not secure.
 Consider a real-life example. Robin Hood steals the Sheriff's ATM card,
 and the Sheriff stupidly enough has written the PIN onto the back of the
 card. Now Robin can go and withdraw all the money from the Sheriff's
 account because the ATM has no way of knowing that the card was stolen (it
 doesn't know where the source of the data came from), all it knows is that
 the data is valid (right card, right PIN).

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[PHP] how to check session

2002-03-12 Thread Sven Jacobs


How can I check if a session is still valid or if it has been expired.
I want to check that and if not valid then execute an other script.

Can't be that difficult but after 2 hours in traffic jams my brain is not
working anymore .





[PHP] Hi How to convert the time from mysql(DATETIME) table to the format DD/MM/YYYY HH:MM AM or PM in PHP?

2002-03-12 Thread Balaji Ankem

Hi,
I have stored the date and time in mysql table with DATETIME
type.

I want to change it in to DD/MM/ HH:MM AM or PM.

How can I do this?

Thanks in advance
Balaji



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RE: [PHP] Hi How to convert the time from mysql(DATETIME) table to the format DD/MM/YYYY HH:MM AM or PM in PHP?

2002-03-12 Thread Niklas Lampén

Do you want to do this in mySQL or PHP?


Niklas

-Original Message-
From: Balaji Ankem [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] 
Sent: 12. maaliskuuta 2002 12:30
To: 'Php-General'
Subject: [PHP] Hi How to convert the time from mysql(DATETIME) table to
the format DD/MM/ HH:MM AM or PM in PHP?


Hi,
I have stored the date and time in mysql table with DATETIME
type.

I want to change it in to DD/MM/ HH:MM AM or PM.

How can I do this?

Thanks in advance
Balaji



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RE: [PHP] Hi How to convert the time from mysql(DATETIME) table to the format DD/MM/YYYY HH:MM AM or PM in PHP?

2002-03-12 Thread Balaji Ankem

Thankyou for reply!!

I want to do it in PHP.

Thanks in advance
Balaji

-Original Message-
From: Niklas Lampén [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] 
Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 4:04 PM
To: Php-General
Subject: RE: [PHP] Hi How to convert the time from mysql(DATETIME) table
to the format DD/MM/ HH:MM AM or PM in PHP?


Do you want to do this in mySQL or PHP?


Niklas

-Original Message-
From: Balaji Ankem [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] 
Sent: 12. maaliskuuta 2002 12:30
To: 'Php-General'
Subject: [PHP] Hi How to convert the time from mysql(DATETIME) table to
the format DD/MM/ HH:MM AM or PM in PHP?


Hi,
I have stored the date and time in mysql table with DATETIME
type.

I want to change it in to DD/MM/ HH:MM AM or PM.

How can I do this?

Thanks in advance
Balaji



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[PHP] Problem with ErrorHandler

2002-03-12 Thread S.Murali Krishna


Hi PHPzers

How can I capture Error thrown by php for Non existent or 
undefined function. I used set_error_handler() but its returning its
returning false.
Anyway it gets called for NON-existent CONSTANT but not for
Non-existent function.

Can any one tell me what is going on here and solution to the above
problem.


Here is the code.

Iam using PHP 4.1.1

?php

function ErrorHandler($Errcode, $Errmsg )
{
if(!($Errcode  error_reporting())) { 
print Returning from ErrorHandler\n ;
return  ;
}
print ErrorCode:  . $Errcode  . \n ;
print ErrorMsg :  . $Errmsg   . \n ;

return false ;
}

error_reporting(E_ALL);
if(!set_error_handler(ErrorHandler))
{
print Unable to set error handler\n ;
}
print SOME_CONSTANT ;
Some_Non_Existing_func();


?


Hope some light on this.

Thanks.
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Re: [PHP] Hi How to convert the time from mysql(DATETIME) table to the format DD/MM/YYYY HH:MM AM or PM in PHP?

2002-03-12 Thread Jason Wong


 Hi,
   I have stored the date and time in mysql table with DATETIME
 type.

   I want to change it in to DD/MM/ HH:MM AM or PM.

   How can I do this?

When you select the 'datetime' field from mysql use UNIX_TIMESTAMP().

Then in PHP use strftime() to format the 'datetime' field to your liking.



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Re: [PHP] newbie: using sessions

2002-03-12 Thread Martín Marqués

On Mar 12 Mar 2002 06:28, you wrote:
 Hi i can't get the session variables working.

 When I get something like
 $_SESSION['Login']=$HTTP_POST_VARS['login'];
 on the first page, and i go with a link to an other php page.
 When then try to get $_SESSION['Login'] again it is empty.

 How comes?

How are you using you're session? Are you registering the variable for later 
use?

session_start();
session_register(login);

$login = $HTTP_POST_VARS['login'];

That's it!

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Re: [PHP] 'undef' as an argument value

2002-03-12 Thread Jordan S. Jones

function foo ($arg1_required, $arg2_options = ) {
if (empty($arg2_optional) {
print not passed;
} else {
print explicit;
}
}

Or you can go the other route.

Jordan

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 Rick Emery wrote:
 
  function foo($arg1_required, $arg2_optional=)
  if ($arg2_optional==) {
  print not passed;
  }
  else {
  print explicit;
  }
  }

 No, I said 'undef' because I mean 'undefined'.  The argument
 can have *any* value; I need to know when it has *none*.  That
 is, there is no magic cookie to which I can set the default that
 might not be a valid call value.
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RE: [PHP] Hi How to convert the time from mysql(DATETIME) table to the format DD/MM/YYYY HH:MM AM or PM in PHP?

2002-03-12 Thread Niklas Lampén

You have to parse your dates in anyway you like best to pieces, then use
mktime() and then date() function. :)


Niklas

-Original Message-
From: Balaji Ankem [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] 
Sent: 12. maaliskuuta 2002 12:35
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; 'Php-General'
Subject: RE: [PHP] Hi How to convert the time from mysql(DATETIME) table
to the format DD/MM/ HH:MM AM or PM in PHP?


Thankyou for reply!!

I want to do it in PHP.

Thanks in advance
Balaji

-Original Message-
From: Niklas Lampén [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] 
Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 4:04 PM
To: Php-General
Subject: RE: [PHP] Hi How to convert the time from mysql(DATETIME) table
to the format DD/MM/ HH:MM AM or PM in PHP?


Do you want to do this in mySQL or PHP?


Niklas

-Original Message-
From: Balaji Ankem [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] 
Sent: 12. maaliskuuta 2002 12:30
To: 'Php-General'
Subject: [PHP] Hi How to convert the time from mysql(DATETIME) table to
the format DD/MM/ HH:MM AM or PM in PHP?


Hi,
I have stored the date and time in mysql table with DATETIME
type.

I want to change it in to DD/MM/ HH:MM AM or PM.

How can I do this?

Thanks in advance
Balaji



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[PHP] reset auto_increment field mysql

2002-03-12 Thread Claudiu

I have a mysql table which contains an id field which is set to
auto_increment.
I have a script which empties this database at regular intervals.
My problem is that the auto_increment field won't reset to 0 after
deleting all of tha data, but continue incrementing from where it left.

How can i solve this problem..
I want id to reset to 0 when i delete the contents of the table.
Can someone help?


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[PHP] Re: Can't display PNG images

2002-03-12 Thread Jordan S. Jones

The icon essentially means that it was a broken image, or that they code did
not work.  I know that wasn't much help.

On another point, in my opinion, it doesn't make a whole lot of logical
sense to have a die(Error text) statement in code that creates an image..
If an error does occur, it will still display the same broken image icon.
However, I am not the definitive word on the matter, and if you or anyone
else has a different opinion on the matter, I would be more than happy to
hear it.

Jordan

Teresa Narvaez [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message
[EMAIL PROTECTED]">news:[EMAIL PROTECTED]...
 Hello,
 Background info:
 
 I'm running
 o PHP 4.1.1 on a linux server kernel(2.2.16).
 o Using Netscape Communicator 4.75
 o Compiled and installed the gd(1.8.4) library

 Problem(2 problems):
 
 1.- The following code won't display an image(I get an icon of some type
of
 piece of paper).
 ?php
header (Content-type: image/png);
$im = @ImageCreate (50, 100)
   or die (Cannot Initialize new GD image stream);
$background_color = ImageColorAllocate ($im, 255, 255, 255);
$text_color = ImageColorAllocate ($im, 233, 14, 91);
ImageString ($im, 1, 5, 5,  A Simple Text String, $text_color);
ImagePng ($im);
 ?

 2.- The configure Command from phpinfo() is different than what I actually
 typed at the
 command line.  Also, phpinfo() area for GD does not show PNG or JPEG
 support.  why?
from phpinfo()
--
  './configure' '--with-mysql' '--with-apxs=/var/apache/bin/apxs'
  '--with-gd=/home/builder/downloads/untarred/gd-1.8.4'
 '--enable-sockets'
  '--enable-calendar' '--enable-ftp' '--enable-trans-sid'
What I typed at the command line:
-
  ./configure --with-mysql --with-apxs=/var/apache/bin/apxs
   --with-gd=/home/builder/downloads/untarred/gd-1.8.4
   --with-png-dir=/usr/lib --enable-gd-native-ttf --with-ttf
   --with-jpeg-dir=/home/builder/downloads/untarred/jpeg-6b
   --with-t1lib=/home/builder/downloads/untarred/t1lib-1.3.1
   --enable-sockets --with-zlib-dir --with-xpm-dir --enable-calenda
r
   --enable-ftp --enable-trans-sid

 OUTPUT from phpinfo()
 ---
 GD Supportenabled
 GD Version1.6.2 or higher
 WBMP Support  enabled

 I would really appretiate any ideas you could give me.
 Thanks in advance! -Teresa







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RE: [PHP] Can anybody tell what is wrong with this file?

2002-03-12 Thread Brian Drexler

MessageYou need a form before the select.  Hope this helps.
  -Original Message-
  From: Balaji Ankem [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
  Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 4:13 AM
  To: 'Php-General'
  Subject: [PHP] Can anybody tell what is wrong with this file?


   H i friend,
  I am using the browser Netscape 4.7.

  It z not displaying the select box..blindly displaying in text format.. (If 
u want to see open example.jpg)
 
  Example.html
  =
  !DOCTYPE html public -//w3c//dtd html 4.0 transitional//en
  html
  body
  table
  tr
  td width=19% bgcolor=#DBF3DE1/td
  td width=15% bgcolor=#DBF3DE1/td
  td width=14% bgcolor=#DBF3DERaghu/td
  td width=19% bgcolor=#DBF3DEModem/td
  td width=18% bgcolor=#DBF3DE8L_LT/td
  td width=14% bgcolor=#DBF3DEW_SW150_1/td
  td width=14% bgcolor=#DBF3DENULL/td
  td width=14% bgcolor=#DBF3DENULL/td
  td width=14% bgcolor=#DBF3DEPending/td
  td
  select name=change1
  option value=SELECT/option
  option value=ApprovedApproved/option
  option value=RejectedRejected/option
  /select
  /td
  td width=14% bgcolor=#DBF3DE
  form name=name_1 method=post action=modify_status.php
  input type=submit name=modify value=SUBMIT
  input type=hidden name=req_id value=1
  input type=hidden name=dev_tag 
value=W_SW150_1
  /formbr
  /td
  /tr

  /table

  /body
  /html
  = 



  Thanks in advance

  Balaji




RE: [PHP] Hi How to convert the mysql(DATETIME) time to the format DD/MM/YYYY HH:MM AM or PM using PHP?

2002-03-12 Thread Balaji Ankem


Hi friend,
I never ued strftime function. I am confusing with the syntax.

My problem is like this:

I have the DATETIME in the variable $row-fromdate as -MM-DD
HH:MM:SS.


Is it possible to convert it to DD/MM/ HH:MM AM or PM using
strftime() function?


//Is below code is correct

$time=strftime([%a%b%C%d%I%p],$row-fromdate);

echo '$time';

Thanks in advance.
Balaji



-Original Message-
From: Jason Wong [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] 
Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 4:09 PM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Re: [PHP] Hi How to convert the time from mysql(DATETIME) table
to the format DD/MM/ HH:MM AM or PM in PHP?



 Hi,
   I have stored the date and time in mysql table with DATETIME
type.

   I want to change it in to DD/MM/ HH:MM AM or PM.

   How can I do this?

When you select the 'datetime' field from mysql use UNIX_TIMESTAMP().

Then in PHP use strftime() to format the 'datetime' field to your
liking.



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[PHP] Re: reset auto_increment field mysql

2002-03-12 Thread Jordan S. Jones

Direct quote from MySQL by Paul DuBois
MySQL 3.23 introduced the new AUTO_INCREMENT behaviors of not reusing
sequence numbers and allowing you to specify an initial sequence number in
the CREATE TABLE statement.  These behaviors are undone if you delete all
records in the table using a DELETE statement of the following form:

DELETE FROM tablename

In this case, the sequence starts over from 1 rather than continuing in
strictly increasing order.  The sequence starts over even if your CREATE
TABLE statement specifies an initial sequence number explicitly.  This
occurs due to the way MySQL optimizes DELETE statements that empty a table
entirely: It re-creates the data and index files from scratch rather than
deleting each record, and that causes all sequence number information to be
lost.  If you want to delete all records but preserve the sequence
information, you can suppress the optimization and force MySQL to perform a
row-by-row delete operation instead, like this:

DELETE FROM tablename WHERE 1  0

Things may have changed since this book was published.
Jordan

Claudiu [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message
Pine.LNX.4.40.0203121306001.26884-10@betanou">news:Pine.LNX.4.40.0203121306001.26884-10@betanou...
 I have a mysql table which contains an id field which is set to
 auto_increment.
 I have a script which empties this database at regular intervals.
 My problem is that the auto_increment field won't reset to 0 after
 deleting all of tha data, but continue incrementing from where it left.

 How can i solve this problem..
 I want id to reset to 0 when i delete the contents of the table.
 Can someone help?




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RE: [PHP] Re: Can't display PNG images

2002-03-12 Thread Alastair Battrick

Echoing text to the screen is a very useful debugging tool when creating
images from php, if you type the full location of the image script in the
address bar, rather than specifying it as an image that is opened by a html
page.

If you do this Teresa, you should get the PHP error message, and if you give
this to us it would help.

Alastair Battrick
Senior Developer
Lightwood Consultancy Ltd
http://www.lightwood.net

 -Original Message-
 From: Jordan S. Jones [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
 Sent: 12 March 2002 11:29
 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Subject: [PHP] Re: Can't display PNG images


 The icon essentially means that it was a broken image, or that
 they code did
 not work.  I know that wasn't much help.

 On another point, in my opinion, it doesn't make a whole lot of logical
 sense to have a die(Error text) statement in code that creates
 an image..
 If an error does occur, it will still display the same broken image icon.
 However, I am not the definitive word on the matter, and if you or anyone
 else has a different opinion on the matter, I would be more than happy to
 hear it.

 Jordan

 Teresa Narvaez [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]">news:[EMAIL PROTECTED]...
  Hello,
  Background info:
  
  I'm running
  o PHP 4.1.1 on a linux server kernel(2.2.16).
  o Using Netscape Communicator 4.75
  o Compiled and installed the gd(1.8.4) library
 
  Problem(2 problems):
  
  1.- The following code won't display an image(I get an icon of some type
 of
  piece of paper).
  ?php
 header (Content-type: image/png);
 $im = @ImageCreate (50, 100)
or die (Cannot Initialize new GD image stream);
 $background_color = ImageColorAllocate ($im, 255, 255, 255);
 $text_color = ImageColorAllocate ($im, 233, 14, 91);
 ImageString ($im, 1, 5, 5,  A Simple Text String, $text_color);
 ImagePng ($im);
  ?
 
  2.- The configure Command from phpinfo() is different than what
 I actually
  typed at the
  command line.  Also, phpinfo() area for GD does not show PNG or JPEG
  support.  why?
 from phpinfo()
 --
   './configure' '--with-mysql' '--with-apxs=/var/apache/bin/apxs'
   '--with-gd=/home/builder/downloads/untarred/gd-1.8.4'
  '--enable-sockets'
   '--enable-calendar' '--enable-ftp' '--enable-trans-sid'
 What I typed at the command line:
 -
   ./configure --with-mysql --with-apxs=/var/apache/bin/apxs
--with-gd=/home/builder/downloads/untarred/gd-1.8.4
--with-png-dir=/usr/lib --enable-gd-native-ttf --with-ttf
--with-jpeg-dir=/home/builder/downloads/untarred/jpeg-6b
--with-t1lib=/home/builder/downloads/untarred/t1lib-1.3.1
--enable-sockets --with-zlib-dir --with-xpm-dir
 --enable-calenda
 r
--enable-ftp --enable-trans-sid
 
  OUTPUT from phpinfo()
  ---
  GD Supportenabled
  GD Version1.6.2 or higher
  WBMP Support  enabled
 
  I would really appretiate any ideas you could give me.
  Thanks in advance! -Teresa
 
 
 
 



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[PHP] htmlspecial chars does not work on server

2002-03-12 Thread Martijn Damen

Hi,

I just uploaded the perfect working site to the server, but suddenly
htmlspecialchars does not seem te work there, so a lot of errors if people
put entries with  and ' in the guestbook.

The server is a cobalt raq server, build with:

'./configure' '--prefix=/usr' '--with-apxs=/usr/sbin/apxs' '--with-gd'
'--with-gettext=/usr' '--enable-safe-mode'
'--with-config-file-path=/etc/httpd' '--with-exec-dir=/usr/bin'
'--with-zlib' '--enable-magic-quotes' '--with-regex=system'
'--with-ttf=/usr/lib/libttf.so' '--enable-track-vars' '--enable-xml'
'--disable-debug' '--with-libdir=/usr/lib' '--with-db3'
'--with-interbase=shared' '--with-mysql=shared' '--with-pgsql=shared'
'--with-ldap' '--with-imap'

I presume it has something to do with --enable-magic-quotes...

Anybody with experience with this?

Tnx, Martijn


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[PHP] PHP IDE

2002-03-12 Thread Jordan S. Jones

Hey all,

I am, and have been for some time, in search of a PHP IDE that allows me to
view things more on a project basis.  Meaning, that I would like to have
some sort of Class browsing capabilities along with file browsing
capabilities.  I am also looking for a decent freeware Texteditor/Web
Development environment for OS X.. If anyone can help me out in these areas,
I would be greatly appreciative.

Thank You,

Jordan



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Re: [PHP] PHP IDE

2002-03-12 Thread Andrey Hristov

on gtk.php.net there is a link to PHPMole. Built with PHP requires GTK. Not sure but I 
think that there is gtk lib for OSX since it
is BSD.

Best reagrds,
Andrey Hristov

- Original Message -
From: Jordan S. Jones [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 2:23 PM
Subject: [PHP] PHP IDE


 Hey all,

 I am, and have been for some time, in search of a PHP IDE that allows me to
 view things more on a project basis.  Meaning, that I would like to have
 some sort of Class browsing capabilities along with file browsing
 capabilities.  I am also looking for a decent freeware Texteditor/Web
 Development environment for OS X.. If anyone can help me out in these areas,
 I would be greatly appreciative.

 Thank You,

 Jordan



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Re: [PHP] PHP IDE

2002-03-12 Thread Jordan S. Jones

Sweet.. Thanks..

Andrey Hristov [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message
047801c1c9c1$ae7ec820$0b01a8c0@ANDreY">news:047801c1c9c1$ae7ec820$0b01a8c0@ANDreY...
 on gtk.php.net there is a link to PHPMole. Built with PHP requires GTK.
Not sure but I think that there is gtk lib for OSX since it
 is BSD.

 Best reagrds,
 Andrey Hristov

 - Original Message -
 From: Jordan S. Jones [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 2:23 PM
 Subject: [PHP] PHP IDE


  Hey all,
 
  I am, and have been for some time, in search of a PHP IDE that allows me
to
  view things more on a project basis.  Meaning, that I would like to have
  some sort of Class browsing capabilities along with file browsing
  capabilities.  I am also looking for a decent freeware Texteditor/Web
  Development environment for OS X.. If anyone can help me out in these
areas,
  I would be greatly appreciative.
 
  Thank You,
 
  Jordan
 
 
 
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[PHP] Hi How to compare two dates using PHP which are from mysql database?

2002-03-12 Thread Balaji Ankem

Hi,
I would like to compare the two dates (including time stamp)
using php.
Is it possible?

Any help would be apprciable.

Thanks in advance
Balaji



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Re: [PHP] Hi How to compare two dates using PHP which are from mysqldatabase?

2002-03-12 Thread Jan Rademaker

On Tue, 12 Mar 2002, Balaji Ankem wrote:

http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.strtotime.php

you can compare the results with   =, etc...

 Hi,
   I would like to compare the two dates (including time stamp)
 using php.
   Is it possible?
 
   Any help would be apprciable.
 
 Thanks in advance
 Balaji
 
 

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RE: [PHP] reset auto_increment field mysql

2002-03-12 Thread Rick Emery

your query is:   DELETE FROM mytable;

-Original Message-
From: Claudiu [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 5:09 AM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: [PHP] reset auto_increment field mysql


I have a mysql table which contains an id field which is set to
auto_increment.
I have a script which empties this database at regular intervals.
My problem is that the auto_increment field won't reset to 0 after
deleting all of tha data, but continue incrementing from where it left.

How can i solve this problem..
I want id to reset to 0 when i delete the contents of the table.
Can someone help?


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[PHP] Selective seeing =)

2002-03-12 Thread Liam

12/03/2002 11:20:18 PM

Hey all,
I'm looking to write a PHP script that will cut all content out of a page and only 
display one line.  For example, take this URL:
http://www.cow.net/cows/

I want a script that will get this page, but only display the line at the bottom of 
the page that says:
I will never speak to Sara Glover again

The real use is to get the current usage from my ISP's online tracking system 
and display it on a page without 1) having to log in and 2) displaying my password.
The page is accessible but just sending all paramaters in the URL, so a login 
as such isn't nesessary.

The question is, does anyone know of any classes or PHP programs that I could 
use to do this?

Cheers,
Liam



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[PHP] Configuring PHP --with IMAP

2002-03-12 Thread Lic. Carlos A. Triana Torres

Hello all,
 I have never before performed a PHP installation and I would like to
know if, once PHP is installed and configured, I can add some other
configurations as well. I am thinking of adding IMAP to my PHP installation,
but I don't know if there might be something wrong with the already
installed module. What can I do about this?
 Thanks...
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RE: [PHP] Hi How to compare two dates using PHP which are from mysql database?

2002-03-12 Thread Balaji Ankem

Hi Jan,
I want to compare the DTAETIME1,DATETIME2 which are from mysql
table and want to compare in PHP.
But strtotime takes only one argument and it checks whether it
is valid or not.

Balaji

-Original Message-
From: Jan Rademaker [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] 
Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 6:40 PM
To: Balaji Ankem
Cc: Php-General
Subject: Re: [PHP] Hi How to compare two dates using PHP which are from
mysql database?


On Tue, 12 Mar 2002, Balaji Ankem wrote:

http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.strtotime.php

you can compare the results with   =, etc...

 Hi,
   I would like to compare the two dates (including time stamp)
using 
 php.
   Is it possible?
 
   Any help would be apprciable.
 
 Thanks in advance
 Balaji
 
 

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Re: [PHP] Hi How to compare two dates using PHP which are from mysql database?

2002-03-12 Thread Jason Lotito

Why not compare them in the SQL Query itself?

Jason Lotito
www.newbienetwork.net

- Original Message -
From: Balaji Ankem [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: 'Jan Rademaker' [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Cc: Php-General [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 8:37 AM
Subject: RE: [PHP] Hi How to compare two dates using PHP which are from
mysql database?


 Hi Jan,
 I want to compare the DTAETIME1,DATETIME2 which are from mysql
 table and want to compare in PHP.
 But strtotime takes only one argument and it checks whether it
 is valid or not.

 Balaji

 -Original Message-
 From: Jan Rademaker [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
 Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 6:40 PM
 To: Balaji Ankem
 Cc: Php-General
 Subject: Re: [PHP] Hi How to compare two dates using PHP which are from
 mysql database?


 On Tue, 12 Mar 2002, Balaji Ankem wrote:

 http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.strtotime.php

 you can compare the results with   =, etc...

  Hi,
  I would like to compare the two dates (including time stamp)
 using
  php.
  Is it possible?
 
  Any help would be apprciable.
 
  Thanks in advance
  Balaji
 
 

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Re: [PHP] Hi How to convert the mysql(DATETIME) time to the format DD/MM/YYYY HH:MM AM or PM using PHP?

2002-03-12 Thread Jason Wong

On Tuesday 12 March 2002 19:43, Balaji Ankem wrote:
 Hi friend,
   I never ued strftime function. I am confusing with the syntax.

   My problem is like this:

   I have the DATETIME in the variable $row-fromdate as -MM-DD
 HH:MM:SS.


   Is it possible to convert it to DD/MM/ HH:MM AM or PM using
 strftime() function?


   //Is below code is correct

   $time=strftime([%a%b%C%d%I%p],$row-fromdate);

   echo '$time';

strftime() requires a unix-timestamp as an input.

In your db query do:

 SELECT UNIX_TIMESTAMP(fromdate) AS from_date FROM table;

Then:

 $time=strftime(some format, $row-from_date);


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[PHP] Is there a faster way to escape special characters in a regex?

2002-03-12 Thread Richard Davey

Hi all,

At the moment I'm doing this to escape all special regular expression
characters from my regex string:

   $badwordtest = str_replace(/,,$badwordtest);
   $badwordtest = str_replace(\\,,$badwordtest);
   $badwordtest = str_replace(^,\^,$badwordtest);
   $badwordtest = str_replace(.,\.,$badwordtest);
   $badwordtest = str_replace([,\[,$badwordtest);
   $badwordtest = str_replace($,\$,$badwordtest);
   $badwordtest = str_replace((,\(,$badwordtest);
   $badwordtest = str_replace(),\),$badwordtest);
   $badwordtest = str_replace(|,\|,$badwordtest);
   $badwordtest = str_replace(*,\*,$badwordtest);
   $badwordtest = str_replace(+,\+,$badwordtest);
   $badwordtest = str_replace(?,\?,$badwordtest);
   $badwordtest = str_replace({,\{,$badwordtest);
   $badwordtest = str_replace(},\},$badwordtest);
   $badwordtest = str_replace(\\,\\,$badwordtest);
   $badwordtest = / . $badwordtest . /i;

   if (preg_match($badwordtest,$word)) {
$directmatch = TRUE;
   }

Is there a way to either do this all in one go or even better, have the ereg
itself ignore those characters if they are contained in the string? The idea
is that I want to check a word for swearing by doing a direct comparison
with a list of swear words, however the word I check could easily contain a
special character so I need to escape it before the test commences.

Suggestions very welcome!

Cheers,

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[PHP] Double free zlib bug ... does PHP need to be recompiled?

2002-03-12 Thread Michael Sims

Some of you may have heard news about the double free bug in the zlib 
libraries that many Linux programs use:

http://www.kb.cert.org/vuls/id/368819
http://www.redhat.com/support/errata/RHSA-2002-026.html

There is a quote on the Redhat errata page that got me thinking:

Additionally, if you have any programs that you have compiled yourself,
you should check to see if they use zlib. If they link to the shared
zlib library then they will not be vulnerable once the shared zlib
library is updated to the errata package. However, if any programs that
decompress arbitrary data statically link to zlib or use their own version
of the zlib code internally, then they need to be patched or
recompiled. 

I remember having to compile PHP 4.1.2 using --with-zlibbut I don't 
know enough about it to say whether or not PHP statically links to the zlib 
or dynamically...

Does anyone here know?  After I patch the zlib libraries should I recompile 
PHP?

Thanks in advance...


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Re: [PHP] Is there a faster way to escape special characters in a regex?

2002-03-12 Thread Andrey Hristov

In PHP 4.0.5 and later, every parameter to str_replace() can be an array.If search and
 replace are arrays, then str_replace() takes a value from each array and uses them to 
do search and replace on
subject.  If replace has fewer values than search, then an empty string is used for 
the rest of replacement values.  If search is an
array and replace is a string; then this replacement string is used for every value of 
search.  The converse would not make sense,
though.

BTW /abc/ and ~abc~ are equivalent regexes. So get a character which will not occur in 
the string and put in the front and the end.

Regards,
Andrey Hristov

- Original Message -
From: Richard Davey [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 3:57 PM
Subject: [PHP] Is there a faster way to escape special characters in a regex?


 Hi all,

 At the moment I'm doing this to escape all special regular expression
 characters from my regex string:

$badwordtest = str_replace(/,,$badwordtest);
$badwordtest = str_replace(\\,,$badwordtest);
$badwordtest = str_replace(^,\^,$badwordtest);
$badwordtest = str_replace(.,\.,$badwordtest);
$badwordtest = str_replace([,\[,$badwordtest);
$badwordtest = str_replace($,\$,$badwordtest);
$badwordtest = str_replace((,\(,$badwordtest);
$badwordtest = str_replace(),\),$badwordtest);
$badwordtest = str_replace(|,\|,$badwordtest);
$badwordtest = str_replace(*,\*,$badwordtest);
$badwordtest = str_replace(+,\+,$badwordtest);
$badwordtest = str_replace(?,\?,$badwordtest);
$badwordtest = str_replace({,\{,$badwordtest);
$badwordtest = str_replace(},\},$badwordtest);
$badwordtest = str_replace(\\,\\,$badwordtest);
$badwordtest = / . $badwordtest . /i;

if (preg_match($badwordtest,$word)) {
 $directmatch = TRUE;
}

 Is there a way to either do this all in one go or even better, have the ereg
 itself ignore those characters if they are contained in the string? The idea
 is that I want to check a word for swearing by doing a direct comparison
 with a list of swear words, however the word I check could easily contain a
 special character so I need to escape it before the test commences.

 Suggestions very welcome!

 Cheers,

 Richard
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Re: [PHP] Is there a faster way to escape special characters in a regex?

2002-03-12 Thread Richard Davey

Andrey Hristov [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message
053801c1c9d0$5b4da400$0b01a8c0@ANDreY">news:053801c1c9d0$5b4da400$0b01a8c0@ANDreY...

 In PHP 4.0.5 and later, every parameter to str_replace() can be an
array.If search and

Thank you for pointing that out :)

I've now changed my code from the (rather lengthy) version to the following
which worked perfectly for me:

$regcheck = array(/,\\,^,.,[,],$,(,),*,?,{,});
$regreplace =
array(,,\^,\.,\[,\],\$,\(,\),\*,\?,\{,\});
$badwordtest = / . str_replace($regcheck,$regreplace,$badwords[$i]) .
/i;

 BTW /abc/ and ~abc~ are equivalent regexes. So get a character which will
not occur in the string and put in the front and the end.

Does this mean that ~myword~ and /myword/ are identical?
I only used /myword/ because it's in the php manual example like that.

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Re: [PHP] Is there a faster way to escape special characters in a regex?

2002-03-12 Thread Andrey Hristov

Yes they are identical. The rule is that the first and the last(excluding 
modificators) symbol must be identical so
|abc|
~abc~
/abc/
%abc%(not sure for that)
are equivalent. The docs uses // syntax because it is the most popular.

Regards,
Andrey Hristov

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From: Richard Davey [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 4:26 PM
Subject: Re: [PHP] Is there a faster way to escape special characters in a regex?


 Andrey Hristov [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message
 053801c1c9d0$5b4da400$0b01a8c0@ANDreY">news:053801c1c9d0$5b4da400$0b01a8c0@ANDreY...
 
  In PHP 4.0.5 and later, every parameter to str_replace() can be an
 array.If search and
 
 Thank you for pointing that out :)
 
 I've now changed my code from the (rather lengthy) version to the following
 which worked perfectly for me:
 
 $regcheck = array(/,\\,^,.,[,],$,(,),*,?,{,});
 $regreplace =
 array(,,\^,\.,\[,\],\$,\(,\),\*,\?,\{,\});
 $badwordtest = / . str_replace($regcheck,$regreplace,$badwords[$i]) .
 /i;
 
  BTW /abc/ and ~abc~ are equivalent regexes. So get a character which will
 not occur in the string and put in the front and the end.
 
 Does this mean that ~myword~ and /myword/ are identical?
 I only used /myword/ because it's in the php manual example like that.
 
 Cheers,
 
 Rich
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[PHP] Error Handling!

2002-03-12 Thread Thomas Edison Jr.

I want errors reported on a page when the mail()
function for any reason fails to send emails. FOr
example, if there is a malformed email address or
anything, and the mail is not sent, how can i catch
the Error and Display it on the page?

Thanks,
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Re: [PHP] Is there a faster way to escape special characters in a regex?

2002-03-12 Thread Jason Wong

On Tuesday 12 March 2002 22:30, Andrey Hristov wrote:
 Yes they are identical. The rule is that the first and the last(excluding
 modificators) symbol must be identical so

 |abc|

 ~abc~
 /abc/
 %abc%(not sure for that)

should be ok.

 are equivalent. The docs uses // syntax because it is the most popular.

The delimiter could be anything as long as it's not alphanumeric or a 
backslash.


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[PHP] Help in PHPDoc

2002-03-12 Thread S.Murali Krishna


Is anybody using PHPDoc for creating documentation, if yes could
you tell me how to create documentation for a single php file which 
has enough comments needed by PHPDoc.


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Re: [PHP] Help in PHPDoc

2002-03-12 Thread Andrey Hristov

I used it few times. You have to make modifications to index.php, so the engine will 
know where to look to for .php scripts that
have to be documented.
I've attached my index.php

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 Is anybody using PHPDoc for creating documentation, if yes could
 you tell me how to create documentation for a single php file which
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RE: [PHP] Hi How to compare two dates using PHP which are from mysqldatabase?

2002-03-12 Thread Jan Rademaker

On Tue, 12 Mar 2002, Balaji Ankem wrote:

 Hi Jan,
   I want to compare the DTAETIME1,DATETIME2 which are from mysql
 table and want to compare in PHP.
   But strtotime takes only one argument and it checks whether it
 is valid or not.

True, after you've fetched a record with, e.g. $row =
mysql_fetch_row($result) use

if (strtotime($row[DATETIME1])  strtotime($row[DATETIME2])) {
...
}

or whatever you desire...

 
 Balaji
 
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 From: Jan Rademaker [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] 
 Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 6:40 PM
 To: Balaji Ankem
 Cc: Php-General
 Subject: Re: [PHP] Hi How to compare two dates using PHP which are from
 mysql database?
 
 
 On Tue, 12 Mar 2002, Balaji Ankem wrote:
 
 http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.strtotime.php
 
 you can compare the results with   =, etc...
 
  Hi,
  I would like to compare the two dates (including time stamp)
 using 
  php.
  Is it possible?
  
  Any help would be apprciable.
  
  Thanks in advance
  Balaji
  
  
 
 

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Re: [PHP] Hi How to compare two dates using PHP which are from mysqldatabase?

2002-03-12 Thread Jan Rademaker

On Tue, 12 Mar 2002, Jason Lotito wrote:

 Why not compare them in the SQL Query itself?
 

That could work just as well, depending in what you want to do with the
data.

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RE: [PHP] reset auto_increment field mysql

2002-03-12 Thread Claudiu

I wish it was that simple...
No.. It doesn't work this way...

On Tue, 12 Mar 2002, Rick Emery wrote:

 your query is:   DELETE FROM mytable;

 -Original Message-
 From: Claudiu [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
 Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 5:09 AM
 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Subject: [PHP] reset auto_increment field mysql


 I have a mysql table which contains an id field which is set to
 auto_increment.
 I have a script which empties this database at regular intervals.
 My problem is that the auto_increment field won't reset to 0 after
 deleting all of tha data, but continue incrementing from where it left.

 How can i solve this problem..
 I want id to reset to 0 when i delete the contents of the table.
 Can someone help?


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Re: [PHP] Error Handling!

2002-03-12 Thread Jan Rademaker

On Tue, 12 Mar 2002, Thomas Edison Jr. wrote:

 I want errors reported on a page when the mail()
 function for any reason fails to send emails. FOr
 example, if there is a malformed email address or
 anything, and the mail is not sent, how can i catch
 the Error and Display it on the page?

the easiest way is:

?
error_reporting(0); // you're the one who want's to report errors, not php

function mailerror() {
print Something went wrong.;
// etc...
}

mail(...) || mailerror();
?


 
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Re: [PHP] undefined symbol: compress during install?

2002-03-12 Thread Erik Price


On Monday, March 11, 2002, at 07:50  PM, Michael Sims wrote:

 bugs.php.net is extremely helpful for stuff like this, (even though 
 strictly speaking those types of things shouldn't be submitted as bugs) 
 and I don't think enough people out there know to check it.  It's 
 actually helped me out on 2-3 occasions...


Thank you, I didn't even know that virtual host existed.  I'll 
definitely check there too next time I'm having problems.

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RE: [PHP] reset auto_increment field mysql

2002-03-12 Thread Matt Schroebel

How about:
ALTER table auto_increment=0

 -Original Message-
 From: Claudiu [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] 
 I wish it was that simple...
 No.. It doesn't work this way...
 
 On Tue, 12 Mar 2002, Rick Emery wrote:
 
  your query is:   DELETE FROM mytable;
 
  -Original Message-
  From: Claudiu [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]

  My problem is that the auto_increment field won't reset to 0 after
  deleting all of tha data, but continue incrementing from 
 where it left.

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[PHP] question

2002-03-12 Thread John Gurley

don't know exactly if anybody will understand what I am asking, but any help 
would be appreciated.

I am taking a value off a web page, posting this value to another web page, 
where more values are taken and submitted to a php page. The problem is that 
the first value (taken from the initial web page) is not known on the php 
page. Is there a way to submit this value from the second page, to the php 
page. All the other values (from the second page) are known on the php page. 
i.e. if I echo $inp (the value from the first web page) on the php page, 
there is no value. sorry if I did not explain that very well, any ideas.
Thanks a million
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Re: [PHP] question

2002-03-12 Thread Martín Marqués

On Mar 12 Mar 2002 12:26, you wrote:
 don't know exactly if anybody will understand what I am asking, but any
 help would be appreciated.

 I am taking a value off a web page, posting this value to another web page,
 where more values are taken and submitted to a php page. The problem is
 that the first value (taken from the initial web page) is not known on the
 php page. Is there a way to submit this value from the second page, to the
 php page. All the other values (from the second page) are known on the php
 page. i.e. if I echo $inp (the value from the first web page) on the php
 page, there is no value. sorry if I did not explain that very well, any
 ideas. Thanks a million

Post it with a hidden input, or on the URL.

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Re: [PHP] question

2002-03-12 Thread Andrey Hristov

Probably the value you want to sent to the php page is on the page but not between 
form and /form.

Regards,
Andrey Hristov

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From: John Gurley [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 5:26 PM
Subject: [PHP] question


 don't know exactly if anybody will understand what I am asking, but any help 
 would be appreciated.
 
 I am taking a value off a web page, posting this value to another web page, 
 where more values are taken and submitted to a php page. The problem is that 
 the first value (taken from the initial web page) is not known on the php 
 page. Is there a way to submit this value from the second page, to the php 
 page. All the other values (from the second page) are known on the php page. 
 i.e. if I echo $inp (the value from the first web page) on the php page, 
 there is no value. sorry if I did not explain that very well, any ideas.
 Thanks a million
 John
 
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Re: [PHP] Re: reset auto_increment field mysql

2002-03-12 Thread Erik Price


On Tuesday, March 12, 2002, at 06:51  AM, Jordan S. Jones wrote:

 Direct quote from MySQL by Paul DuBois

Just a quick plug for that book -- it is excellent.  If you use MySQL 
for anything beyond casual experimentation, I highly recommend it as 
well worth the $40-50 (US) that it costs.  The first chapter alone gives 
a few dozen examples of various ways to query the database, which 
usually answers any of my questions about setting up queries.  There are 
chapters on optimizing the database, security issues, database 
administration, backup and repair of tables, and a huge set of 
appendixes with about as much MySQL information as you'd need (including 
the PHP-MySQL function reference).

To boot, when I had a question about how to perform an insert into a 
table with UNIQUE indexes where I had no control over whether or not the 
user was entering legitimate values, I posted to the mysql-users mailing 
list.  Within a few hours, I got the solution from a couple of people, 
including the author of this book himself.

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Re: [PHP] Re: Variables within a string

2002-03-12 Thread Erik Price


On Monday, March 11, 2002, at 10:34  PM, Jason Wong wrote:

 On Monday 11 March 2002 11:10, Chris Cocuzzo wrote:
 $foo = Entry for  . $HTTP_POST_VARS[name];

 $foo = Entry for for $HTTP_POST_VARS[name];

 But that's not good programming.  Associative arrays should have the 
 key
 quoted in order to avoid confusion with contants.  See
 http://www.php.net/manual/en/language.types.array.php#language.types.array.
 donts

 Inside of double-quoted strings there is no need to single-quote the 
 array
 key (in fact it can't be done, gives syntax error). The section of the 
 manual
 you quoted states this :)

I thought that it could be done like so:

$foo = Entry for {$HTTP_POST_VARS['name']};





Sorry for butting in,

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RE: [PHP] reset auto_increment field mysql

2002-03-12 Thread Rick Emery

It worked for me.

What results did you get?


-Original Message-
From: Claudiu [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 8:51 AM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: RE: [PHP] reset auto_increment field mysql


I wish it was that simple...
No.. It doesn't work this way...

On Tue, 12 Mar 2002, Rick Emery wrote:

 your query is:   DELETE FROM mytable;

 -Original Message-
 From: Claudiu [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
 Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 5:09 AM
 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Subject: [PHP] reset auto_increment field mysql


 I have a mysql table which contains an id field which is set to
 auto_increment.
 I have a script which empties this database at regular intervals.
 My problem is that the auto_increment field won't reset to 0 after
 deleting all of tha data, but continue incrementing from where it left.

 How can i solve this problem..
 I want id to reset to 0 when i delete the contents of the table.
 Can someone help?


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RE: [PHP] Hi can we write a form inside td element of a table?

2002-03-12 Thread Rick Emery

TRTDINPUT type=text name=mytext/TR


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From: Balaji Ankem [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 12:12 AM
To: Php-General
Subject: [PHP] Hi can we write a form inside td element of a table?


Hi,
can we give a form element as td inside table element?

Thanks in advance
Balaji


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Re: [PHP] index.php question

2002-03-12 Thread Daniel Negron/KBE


Still haven't gotten this to work properly with IIS.

any other suggestions ?



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sam@gothamjaz[EMAIL PROTECTED]  
 
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 Subject: Re: [PHP] index.php question 
 
03/11/2002 
 
01:47 PM   
 
   
 
   
 




#
# DirectoryIndex: Name of the file or files to use as a pre-written HTML
# directory index.  Separate multiple entries with spaces.
#
IfModule mod_dir.c
DirectoryIndex index.php index.php3 index.html
/IfModule

Sam

On 3/11/02 1:36 PM, Omland Christopher m
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wrote:

 Hi all, I'm new to the mailing list, I hope I'm in the right spot.
 I have installed php, and .php files work fine, unless they are my index
 file. For example http://whatever.com/~jondoe/info.php will work. But if
I
 make a index.php file and go to http://whatever.com/~jondoe it wont work.
 I can view the source and see my php code, which I know means the server
 isn't translating it. I'm running RH LINUX, and running apache webserver.
 I have checked the httpd.conf file and the load modules lines are in
 there, and they are correct??(I THINK)
 Any help would be appreciated.
 Thank You.
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[PHP] phpinfo() and phpmyAdmin

2002-03-12 Thread Daniel Negron/KBE

I can get phpinfo() working properly on a page that I just create in the
same directory.  But why will the phpmyAdmin phpinfo.php not show anything
but a blank page ?  All other functions of phpMyAdmin work properly.



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[PHP] Dynamic Web Navigation

2002-03-12 Thread Omland Christopher m

Does anyone have a good link to a tutorial, or a book suggestion that will
help me learn more about making dynamic web pages with MySQL/PHP. Mainly
things like loading navigation menues, and pics and what not?
Thanks.
-Chris



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[PHP] Form Based Authentication

2002-03-12 Thread Anson Smith








  I am new to PHP and I am attempting to use some type of 
  authentication in my site.
  
  My first page is a simple HTML form page with 2 fields username and 
  passwrd. that form is POST'ed to a 2nd page.
  
  In the second page I start a session, and if $_POST["username"] is 
  set I Register a "authenticated_user" session variable. (This will be 
  replaced by an actual authenticate function).
  
  Could Someone Explain why I have to submit my first form twice in 
  order to be considered authenticated.
  Also any pointers to tutorials or samples of form based 
  authentication would be appreciated.
  
  
  
  My Code is attached:
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  





	
	
	
	
	
	
	




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[PHP] php array

2002-03-12 Thread Rodrigo Peres

Hi list,

I think this could be an idiot question but I couldn't find an answer.
I have 4 input text in a html, and I'd like to store them as a list, so I've
named it Name[]. OK, php understand it as an array, but how can I make an
validation code with javascript to know if the user didn't typed in this
fields??? I couldn't do javascript recognize my name[] field


Thank's in advance

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RE: [PHP] php array

2002-03-12 Thread Demitrious S. Kelly

Something like this:
?php
$valid=1;
foreach ( $name as $value ) {
if ( $value == '' || ! isset($value) ) {
$valid=0;
}
}
if ( $valid == 1 ) {
do_stuff();
} else {
give_error();
}   
?
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From: Rodrigo Peres [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] 
Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 10:11 AM
To: PHP
Subject: [PHP] php array

Hi list,

I think this could be an idiot question but I couldn't find an answer.
I have 4 input text in a html, and I'd like to store them as a list, so
I've
named it Name[]. OK, php understand it as an array, but how can I make
an
validation code with javascript to know if the user didn't typed in this
fields??? I couldn't do javascript recognize my name[] field


Thank's in advance

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RE: [PHP] Form Based Authentication

2002-03-12 Thread Matt Schroebel

First, change the names of your include files to something.inc.php so that no-one can 
download the files and get thte source, should their names become known.
 
Second, you either must use session_register or $_SESSION['variablename'] and not mix 
their use.
So instead of:
$authenticated_user = 71722334;
session_register(authenticated_user);
 
Use:
 $_SESSION['authenticated_user'] = 71722334;
 
Note that session_register will always start sessions, while using the associated 
array $_SESSION won't, so make sure you continue to use session_start() at the top of 
every page just as you did here.
 
Look for tutorials here:
http://www.rci.rutgers.edu/~jfulton/php1/index.html 
http://www.rci.rutgers.edu/~jfulton/php1/index.html  
http://www.newbienetwork.net/ http://www.newbienetwork.net/  
http://www.thickbook.com/ http://www.thickbook.com/  
http://www.phpdeveloper.org/ http://www.phpdeveloper.org/  
http://www.devshed.com/ http://www.devshed.com/  
http://www.webmonkey.com/ http://www.webmonkey.com/  
http://www.irc-html.com/ http://www.irc-html.com/  
http://www.phpbuilder.com/ http://www.phpbuilder.com/  
http://www.zend.com/ http://www.zend.com/  
 
 -Original Message-
From: Anson Smith [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] 
 
   Could Someone Explain why I have to submit my first form twice in order to be 
 considered authenticated.
 



Re: [PHP] php array

2002-03-12 Thread Jim Lucas [php]

you could referance the element id of the form

something like

if(window.document.form.element[1].value = )
{
do_something();
}

not sure of the exact js construct, but you get my idea.

Jim Lucas
www.bend.com
- Original Message -
From: Rodrigo Peres [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: PHP [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 10:10 AM
Subject: [PHP] php array


 Hi list,

 I think this could be an idiot question but I couldn't find an answer.
 I have 4 input text in a html, and I'd like to store them as a list, so
I've
 named it Name[]. OK, php understand it as an array, but how can I make an
 validation code with javascript to know if the user didn't typed in this
 fields??? I couldn't do javascript recognize my name[] field


 Thank's in advance

 Rodrigo
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[PHP] archive

2002-03-12 Thread Jim Long

Hello,

Is there a searchable archive of this PHP- general subscriber list?

Thanks in Advance,
Jim Long

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Re: [PHP] archive

2002-03-12 Thread Andrey Hristov

http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?l=php-generalr=1w=2

Regards,
Andrey
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Subject: [PHP] archive


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 Is there a searchable archive of this PHP- general subscriber list?
 
 Thanks in Advance,
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Re: [PHP] parse error? how can I print spesific message for all error mesage

2002-03-12 Thread Ceyhun Güler

if I write directly localhost/myphp/resmigoster.php on his browser
it response
Warning: Undefined index: dir in c:\inetpub\wwwroot\kocak\resimgoster.php on
line 1

Warning: Undefined index: res in c:\inetpub\wwwroot\kocak\resimgoster.php on
line 3

if I write directly localhost/myphp/resmigoster.php?dir=mainres=mine
than the script works like mine
but I wonder to disable Warning: Undefined index: dir in
c:\inetpub\wwwroot\kocak\resimgoster.php on line 1
response if someone directly enter localhost/myphp/resmigoster.php I want
to say him that Access Denied Or something like that





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[PHP] Execute php script inside an HTML page???

2002-03-12 Thread Lic. Carlos A. Triana Torres

Hello all,
Can I execute a php script from an HTML document? I mean, with the file
named with html extension?
Thanks



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RE: [PHP] Execute php script inside an HTML page???

2002-03-12 Thread Hunter, Ray

Yes, 

However, you need to add the .html file extension to the php parser so that
it parses the .html file.



Thank you,

Ray Hunter
Firmware Engineer

ENTERASYS NETWORKS


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From: Lic. Carlos A. Triana Torres [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] 
Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 1:41 PM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: [PHP] Execute php script inside an HTML page???


Hello all,
Can I execute a php script from an HTML document? I mean, with the file
named with html extension? Thanks



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[PHP] accessing data from classes

2002-03-12 Thread caspar kennerdale

I am just getting my head around classes, so forgive me if this is a
schoolboy error!

In order to learn I am re-writing my content management system and am in the
process of writing an HTML.class and a MYSQL.class.

so far so good. I spawn new instances of a table for example, sending
parameter,and a table is output.

now in my MYSQL.class- I want to send a query to my class which then returns
an array- my database row or rows.

the problem is that whilst my array is created- I only seem to be able to
manipulate it within my MYSQL class. This is not satisfactory as I really
want to be able to send it on to my HTML.class for formatting etc.

I obvioulsy do not want to format any 'echoed' output from within my
databasee class.

Here is a bit of sample code-

Once my database is open I call my query like this-

$TemplateTable = new DB;
$TemplateTable-mysql_query('SELECT * FROM template ORDER BY name ASC LIMIT
10');

This is the function within my MYSQL.class

function mysql_query($query){
$a= 0;
while($row=mysql_fetch_row($SQL)) {
$new_row =  join('***',$row);
$result[] = $new_row;
echo $result[$a].br;
$a++;
}
}


So here I am creating a string with each row in my database which is
delimted by *** - $new_row.and am placing each row in anew array called
$result.

I can evaluate and format either $new_row or $result from within
mysql_query() but I really want to do is to send it on to another funtion or
even better another class- or access the values glabbally as variables.

Any ideas or am I missing something really obvious?

Thanks in advance


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Re: [PHP] Is there a faster way to escape special characters in aregex?

2002-03-12 Thread Lars Torben Wilson

On Tue, 2002-03-12 at 05:57, Richard Davey wrote:
 Hi all,
 
 At the moment I'm doing this to escape all special regular expression
 characters from my regex string:

Sounds like you want preg_quote():

  http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.preg-quote.php


Hope this helps,

Torben

$badwordtest = str_replace(/,,$badwordtest);
$badwordtest = str_replace(\\,,$badwordtest);
$badwordtest = str_replace(^,\^,$badwordtest);
$badwordtest = str_replace(.,\.,$badwordtest);
$badwordtest = str_replace([,\[,$badwordtest);
$badwordtest = str_replace($,\$,$badwordtest);
$badwordtest = str_replace((,\(,$badwordtest);
$badwordtest = str_replace(),\),$badwordtest);
$badwordtest = str_replace(|,\|,$badwordtest);
$badwordtest = str_replace(*,\*,$badwordtest);
$badwordtest = str_replace(+,\+,$badwordtest);
$badwordtest = str_replace(?,\?,$badwordtest);
$badwordtest = str_replace({,\{,$badwordtest);
$badwordtest = str_replace(},\},$badwordtest);
$badwordtest = str_replace(\\,\\,$badwordtest);
$badwordtest = / . $badwordtest . /i;
 
if (preg_match($badwordtest,$word)) {
 $directmatch = TRUE;
}
 
 Is there a way to either do this all in one go or even better, have the ereg
 itself ignore those characters if they are contained in the string? The idea
 is that I want to check a word for swearing by doing a direct comparison
 with a list of swear words, however the word I check could easily contain a
 special character so I need to escape it before the test commences.
 
 Suggestions very welcome!
 
 Cheers,
 
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[PHP] PHP regular expression

2002-03-12 Thread Rodrigo Peres

Hi list,

I have a huge text file with many text on it. I'd like to know if someone
can help in construct a regular expression to delete everything that not
have this pattern Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED]. The part Email:  is fixed
and the email adress changes. I've tried many time to make the replace with
PHP, but I'm very new to regular expression.

Thank's

Rodrigo
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RE: [PHP] Execute php script inside an HTML page???

2002-03-12 Thread Miles Thompson

This idea sounds very appealing, but remember that PHP will then parse 
every HTML file. Make certain this won't result in a performance hit.

Miles Thompson

At 03:43 PM 3/12/2002 -0500, Hunter, Ray wrote:
Yes,

However, you need to add the .html file extension to the php parser so that
it parses the .html file.



Thank you,

Ray Hunter
Firmware Engineer

ENTERASYS NETWORKS


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From: Lic. Carlos A. Triana Torres [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 1:41 PM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: [PHP] Execute php script inside an HTML page???


Hello all,
 Can I execute a php script from an HTML document? I mean, with the file
named with html extension? Thanks



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RE: [PHP] Execute php script inside an HTML page???

2002-03-12 Thread Kevin Stone


If you only have a web account you can download the .htaccess file from
your home directory and add the following lines.  Whether this will work
or not may depend on your host.

AddType application/x-httpd-php .html
AddType application/x-httpd-php .htm

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From: Lic. Carlos A. Triana Torres [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] 
Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 1:41 PM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: [PHP] Execute php script inside an HTML page???

Hello all,
Can I execute a php script from an HTML document? I mean, with the
file
named with html extension?
Thanks



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RE: [PHP] Execute php script inside an HTML page???

2002-03-12 Thread Coggeshall, John


If you are running apache, open httpd.conf and search for .php (the line
where it specifies what types of files are PHP files)... Simply add
.html to the list.

John

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Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 3:41 PM
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Subject: [PHP] Execute php script inside an HTML page???


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Can I execute a php script from an HTML document? I mean, with the
file named with html extension? Thanks



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Re: [PHP] parse error? how can I print spesific message for allerror mesage

2002-03-12 Thread Jan Rademaker

On Tue, 12 Mar 2002, Ceyhun Güler wrote:

 than the script works like mine
 but I wonder to disable Warning: Undefined index: dir in
 c:\inetpub\wwwroot\kocak\resimgoster.php on line 1
 response if someone directly enter localhost/myphp/resmigoster.php I want
 to say him that Access Denied Or something like that

use error_reporting() (see manual) to suppres warnings. to give back an
error use something like;

if (!isset($dir) || !isset($res)) {
print Access Denied;
exit;
}

 
 
 
 
 
 

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Re: [PHP] accessing data from classes

2002-03-12 Thread Samuel Ottenhoff

It is good that you are looking into classes and functions. The concept
you are missing is that of returning a result.

At the end of your function mysql_query, add a line:

return $result;

Then, when you call that function, make it like this:

$resultArray = $TemplateTable-mysql_query(select );

Now you can pass $resultArray on to a different function.

Sam


On 3/12/02 3:48 PM, caspar kennerdale [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 I am just getting my head around classes, so forgive me if this is a
 schoolboy error!
 
 In order to learn I am re-writing my content management system and am in the
 process of writing an HTML.class and a MYSQL.class.
 
 so far so good. I spawn new instances of a table for example, sending
 parameter,and a table is output.
 
 now in my MYSQL.class- I want to send a query to my class which then returns
 an array- my database row or rows.
 
 the problem is that whilst my array is created- I only seem to be able to
 manipulate it within my MYSQL class. This is not satisfactory as I really
 want to be able to send it on to my HTML.class for formatting etc.
 
 I obvioulsy do not want to format any 'echoed' output from within my
 databasee class.
 
 Here is a bit of sample code-
 
 Once my database is open I call my query like this-
 
 $TemplateTable = new DB;
 $TemplateTable-mysql_query('SELECT * FROM template ORDER BY name ASC LIMIT
 10');
 
 This is the function within my MYSQL.class
 
 function mysql_query($query){
 $a= 0;
 while($row=mysql_fetch_row($SQL)) {
 $new_row =  join('***',$row);
 $result[] = $new_row;
 echo $result[$a].br;
 $a++;
 }
 }
 
 
 So here I am creating a string with each row in my database which is
 delimted by *** - $new_row.and am placing each row in anew array called
 $result.
 
 I can evaluate and format either $new_row or $result from within
 mysql_query() but I really want to do is to send it on to another funtion or
 even better another class- or access the values glabbally as variables.
 
 Any ideas or am I missing something really obvious?
 
 Thanks in advance
 


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[PHP] PHP and Pay Flow Pro

2002-03-12 Thread SpyProductions Support Team


I am about to build a script in PHP for a user to submit a credit card
transaction through Verisign's Pay Flow Pro.

Is there some sort of module I need installed first before I use PHP for
this?  Does anyone know of a script around to use as an example, or for that
matter, a free one already done I could modify for my own use?

Thanks,

-Mike



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[PHP] Another Session Question..

2002-03-12 Thread Gonzalez, Zara E

I asked a question the other day about turning $_REQUEST variables into
$_SESSION variables...thanks, all who helped me with that...

I have another question about assigning $_REQUEST variables to $_SESSION
variables that I am hoping someone can help me out with

Here is a snippit of code...

while($r = mssql_fetch_array($result)) {
$vname = $group_abbr . $count;

$_SESSION[$vname] = $_REQUEST[$vname]; 
}

Now an explanation...
$vname is the actual name of the variable that is stored in the $_REQUEST array
(and what I want it to be called in the $_SESSION array) can I do this: ? (for
example, a1 so $_SESSION['a1'] = $_REQUEST['a1']; is what I want it to do...but
I need to send the name of the variable as a variable...)

I tried this...

$_SESSION[$vname] = $_REQUEST[$vname];

...but it doesn't seem to be working and I can't figure out how to get those
variables registered

Any help is much appreciated.

Zara


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Re: [PHP] parse error? how can I print spesific message for allerror mesage

2002-03-12 Thread Lars Torben Wilson

On Tue, 2002-03-12 at 12:32, Ceyhun Güler wrote:
 if I write directly localhost/myphp/resmigoster.php on his browser
 it response
 Warning: Undefined index: dir in c:\inetpub\wwwroot\kocak\resimgoster.php on
 line 1
 
 Warning: Undefined index: res in c:\inetpub\wwwroot\kocak\resimgoster.php on
 line 3
 
 if I write directly localhost/myphp/resmigoster.php?dir=mainres=mine
 than the script works like mine
 but I wonder to disable Warning: Undefined index: dir in
 c:\inetpub\wwwroot\kocak\resimgoster.php on line 1
 response if someone directly enter localhost/myphp/resmigoster.php I want
 to say him that Access Denied Or something like that

'The Right Way'--there are several ;)--is to initialize your 
variables. :) If you don't want to do that, then:

1) Set error_reporting(E_ALL) for development, so you catch all the   
   silly little errors we all make;
2) Set display_errors = Off in php.ini, so that users don't see any 
   errors that are generated;
3) Use set_error_handler() to create your own function which can deal
   with error messages however you like.

To the above, you can add all sorts of things. Using 
set_error_handling(), for instance, you can have error messages logged 
to a file, or sent to a socket or pipe--whatever. But turning 
error_reporting() off while developing is just going to let you get away
with all sorts of things which might come back and bite you later 
(unquoted array keys, etc).


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RE: [PHP] Another Session Question..

2002-03-12 Thread Gonzalez, Zara E

What I am trying to do is register a variable already in the request array...as
a session variable.

I know I can do $_SESSION['foo'] = $_REQUEST['foo'] but that's if I know the
name of the variable that was registered on the form side I do know the
name, but it's dynamically generated.

So for example, the name could be foo1 - foo10 and I want to register all of
them as session variables. 

So I want to be able to do this:
$count = 1;
$varname = foo . $count;

then do this:

$_SESSION[$varname] = $_REQUEST[$varname]

where the value of varname is actually the name of the variable that I want to
pull outDoes that make any sense?

I don't think that I can do $_SESSION['varname'] = $_REQUEST['varname'] in this
case because I don't want the value of varname as a session variableI want
the value of the value of varname as a session variable. 

I'm not sure if I can do this...but I'd assume there has got to be some way, I
just don't know what it is.

Also, apparently the php manual warns not to use $_SESSION['var'] = $var with
session_register and session_unregister. So that wouldn't work for me anyway.
(http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.session-register.php)

Zara

-Original Message-
From: Coggeshall, John [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] 
Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 3:38 PM
To: Gonzalez, Zara E
Subject: RE: [PHP] Another Session Question..


If you are trying to register any variable... Say $foo...

Session_register('foo');

It will automatically appear in the $_SESSION array next time a page is
requested. I'm pretty sure it even will do it immediately (put it in
$_SESSION)

John


-Original Message-
From: Gonzalez, Zara E [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] 
Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 4:23 PM
To: '[EMAIL PROTECTED]'
Subject: [PHP] Another Session Question..


I asked a question the other day about turning $_REQUEST variables into
$_SESSION variables...thanks, all who helped me with that...

I have another question about assigning $_REQUEST variables to $_SESSION
variables that I am hoping someone can help me out with

Here is a snippit of code...

while($r = mssql_fetch_array($result)) {
$vname = $group_abbr . $count;

$_SESSION[$vname] = $_REQUEST[$vname]; 
}

Now an explanation...
$vname is the actual name of the variable that is stored in the
$_REQUEST array (and what I want it to be called in the $_SESSION array)
can I do this: ? (for example, a1 so $_SESSION['a1'] = $_REQUEST['a1'];
is what I want it to do...but I need to send the name of the variable as
a variable...)

I tried this...

$_SESSION[$vname] = $_REQUEST[$vname];

...but it doesn't seem to be working and I can't figure out how to get
those variables registered

Any help is much appreciated.

Zara


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RE: [PHP] Another Session Question..

2002-03-12 Thread Gonzalez, Zara E

On second look, perhaps it is working correctly.

I wasn't incrementing my counter variable. Sorry to flood your mailboxes.

Zara

-Original Message-
From: Gonzalez, Zara E 
Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 3:47 PM
To: 'Coggeshall, John'; '[EMAIL PROTECTED]'
Subject: RE: [PHP] Another Session Question..

What I am trying to do is register a variable already in the request array...as
a session variable.

I know I can do $_SESSION['foo'] = $_REQUEST['foo'] but that's if I know the
name of the variable that was registered on the form side I do know the
name, but it's dynamically generated.

So for example, the name could be foo1 - foo10 and I want to register all of
them as session variables. 

So I want to be able to do this:
$count = 1;
$varname = foo . $count;

then do this:

$_SESSION[$varname] = $_REQUEST[$varname]

where the value of varname is actually the name of the variable that I want to
pull outDoes that make any sense?

I don't think that I can do $_SESSION['varname'] = $_REQUEST['varname'] in this
case because I don't want the value of varname as a session variableI want
the value of the value of varname as a session variable. 

I'm not sure if I can do this...but I'd assume there has got to be some way, I
just don't know what it is.

Also, apparently the php manual warns not to use $_SESSION['var'] = $var with
session_register and session_unregister. So that wouldn't work for me anyway.
(http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.session-register.php)

Zara

-Original Message-
From: Coggeshall, John [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] 
Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 3:38 PM
To: Gonzalez, Zara E
Subject: RE: [PHP] Another Session Question..


If you are trying to register any variable... Say $foo...

Session_register('foo');

It will automatically appear in the $_SESSION array next time a page is
requested. I'm pretty sure it even will do it immediately (put it in
$_SESSION)

John


-Original Message-
From: Gonzalez, Zara E [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] 
Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 4:23 PM
To: '[EMAIL PROTECTED]'
Subject: [PHP] Another Session Question..


I asked a question the other day about turning $_REQUEST variables into
$_SESSION variables...thanks, all who helped me with that...

I have another question about assigning $_REQUEST variables to $_SESSION
variables that I am hoping someone can help me out with

Here is a snippit of code...

while($r = mssql_fetch_array($result)) {
$vname = $group_abbr . $count;

$_SESSION[$vname] = $_REQUEST[$vname]; 
}

Now an explanation...
$vname is the actual name of the variable that is stored in the
$_REQUEST array (and what I want it to be called in the $_SESSION array)
can I do this: ? (for example, a1 so $_SESSION['a1'] = $_REQUEST['a1'];
is what I want it to do...but I need to send the name of the variable as
a variable...)

I tried this...

$_SESSION[$vname] = $_REQUEST[$vname];

...but it doesn't seem to be working and I can't figure out how to get
those variables registered

Any help is much appreciated.

Zara


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RE: [PHP] Another Session Question..

2002-03-12 Thread Jan Rademaker

On Tue, 12 Mar 2002, Gonzalez, Zara E wrote:

 On second look, perhaps it is working correctly.
 
 I wasn't incrementing my counter variable. Sorry to flood your mailboxes.
 
 Zara
 

this should work as well;

foreach($_REQUEST as $key = $val) {
$_SESSION[$key] = $val;
}

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[PHP] Safety File

2002-03-12 Thread Cory

I want a file that has all of my important, global variables (like database
info).  I want this to be encoded by a PHP script and written.  Is there any
way, that I can import the file, while decoding it, so that the info is
given as just lines of PHP.  How can I do this?



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[PHP] PHP/MySQL application - how to schedule server processes?

2002-03-12 Thread Lee P Reilly

Hi there,

I wonder if anyone can offer me some advice...

I have developed a portal using PHP, which allows users to uploads files
into their own personal storage locations. These files are stored in a
MySQL database. The system also allows the users to select these files
and submit them for analysis. By analysis, I mean that these files
will be used as the input to separate executables (written in C) running
on the server.

This aspect of the system be accomplished in 2 ways:

CASE 1: Where the analysis program has a run time of less than 1 second
(nb: the amount of users estimated at any one time is no greater than
10). Here, the file can be extracted, a command line argument generated,
and then passed to the server via the PHP passthru() function. The
result will then be returned to the user. Easy peasy.

CASE 2: Where the analysis program may have a run time in excess of 2
hours. The passthru() function is obviously not an option as we do not
expect the user to sit in front of the computer for a few hours, or even
minutes waiting for a result. I am not sure as to the correct
terminology, but I believe I am looking for something like an
'application server' / 'process management scheduler'. Maybe something
that is commercially/freely available, or an idea of how to go about
writing my own.

Here is a rough idea of what I am trying to accomplish:

The user accesses the web application and, and selects a file for
analysis. The system (implemented in PHP) updates the databases to say
that 'ANALYSIS A' of 'FILE B' has been requested. A separate entity
running on the server watches the database for analysis requests, and
either (a) runs them one after another  updates the database
appropriately (b) or schedules according to some priority. When each
analysis is complete, the user will have access to the a results folder
in the system containing a list of their submitted analysis (either
pending or complete).

Can anyone offer any advice/suggestions on how this can be accomplished?

Thank you very much for your time.

- Best regards,

Lee Reilly

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[PHP] help: setcookie question

2002-03-12 Thread Frank Ramsay

pretty please?

I have a situation where I have to have a cookie that is set
by one apache server and read by another.  They are on the
same domain, but different ports.  To write this I set 
up two webserver one on port 81 and one on 90, the port 81 server
calles setcookie, but in the DOMAIN argument I specified the port
(i.e. 192.168.1.102:90).  but this doesn't work :(
In the cookies file it shows up as 192.168.1.102:81

Any ideas what I'm doing wrong?  Here is the PHP call to setcookie:

setcookie(SITE_RULES[PERM] , YES, time()+2700 , /$path , 
$URL:$port);

$path is the path without the leading /
$URL is the url without the port
$port is the target port 

Any help would be really appreciated.

-fjr


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RE: [PHP] PHP and Pay Flow Pro

2002-03-12 Thread Mike Krisher

The php.net site
(http://www.php.net/manual/en/ref.pfpro.php) has all the
information you'll need to implement Payflow Pro. Check out
the User Contributed Notes.

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[PHP] variable scope

2002-03-12 Thread David Johansen

I have a little chunk of code that checks to see if a variable exists and if
not then it sets it. It goes like this:

if (empty($page))
{
   $page = login;
}

I then end that part of the php script after doing what I need to. Then I
start up again on the same html page and I assumed that $page had a value
assigned to it because of the above code, but it appears that it doesn't. Is
this supposed to happen or is something weird happening. I added that little
bit of code to the second chunk of code and it fixed the problem. Is that
the right way to do it? Is that variable only available in the ?php ?
that it's declared in? Thanks,
Dave



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[PHP] Auto POST with redirect?

2002-03-12 Thread Kevin Stone

What I'm trying to do is create a multi-user information gathering
system similar to Moreover.com's news gathering system (just much
simpler and not as dynamic).  A JavaScript auto submits to a remote PHP
script.  The PHP script grabs the info from the database then generates
its own JavaScript to send the raw info back to the originating page.
The JavaScript on the originating page parses the returning GET string
and writes the database contents to the screen.
 
In tests with strings below 2000 characters it works like a charm.
However there may be times when the query will send back VAST amounts of
information back to the originating page.  So I'd like to find a way to
send the information back via the POST method.
 
The PostToHost function by Rasmus will POST data to a remote host but
does not redirect the client browser.  Perhaps there is a way to modify
this function to work more like what happens with the action=
attribute when you click the Submit button in a physical form?
 
Any ideas, concepts, theories and hacks will be greatly appreciated.
Thanks!
 
-Kevin



Re: [PHP] variable scope

2002-03-12 Thread Lars Torben Wilson

On Tue, 2002-03-12 at 14:38, David Johansen wrote:
 I have a little chunk of code that checks to see if a variable exists and if
 not then it sets it. It goes like this:
 
 if (empty($page))
 {
$page = login;
 }
 
 I then end that part of the php script after doing what I need to. Then I
 start up again on the same html page and I assumed that $page had a value
 assigned to it because of the above code, but it appears that it doesn't. Is
 this supposed to happen or is something weird happening. I added that little
 bit of code to the second chunk of code and it fixed the problem. Is that
 the right way to do it? Is that variable only available in the ?php ?
 that it's declared in? Thanks,
 Dave

Shouldn't be. A variable is valid from the point it's declared until 
it's unset(), or goes out of scope (the function within which it was
declared ends), or the script ends. 

Can you provide a short script which exhibits this behaviour?


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Re: [PHP] variable scope

2002-03-12 Thread David Johansen

Something most have just been wigging out or something because I can't get
it to do it again. Maybe I just did something wrong, but it seems to be
working now. Thanks for the help though,
Dave

Lars Torben Wilson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message
1015973063.2146.82.camel@ali">news:1015973063.2146.82.camel@ali...
 On Tue, 2002-03-12 at 14:38, David Johansen wrote:
  I have a little chunk of code that checks to see if a variable exists
and if
  not then it sets it. It goes like this:
 
  if (empty($page))
  {
 $page = login;
  }
 
  I then end that part of the php script after doing what I need to. Then
I
  start up again on the same html page and I assumed that $page had a
value
  assigned to it because of the above code, but it appears that it
doesn't. Is
  this supposed to happen or is something weird happening. I added that
little
  bit of code to the second chunk of code and it fixed the problem. Is
that
  the right way to do it? Is that variable only available in the ?php
?
  that it's declared in? Thanks,
  Dave

 Shouldn't be. A variable is valid from the point it's declared until
 it's unset(), or goes out of scope (the function within which it was
 declared ends), or the script ends.

 Can you provide a short script which exhibits this behaviour?


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[PHP] mixed type

2002-03-12 Thread max

While looking thru php funcions (mixed ora_getcolumn ( int cursor, mixed
column) in partucular)
I came across type MIXED. What does that mean? There is no such type
mentioned in the php
docs under TYPES section.

thanks.

max.



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[PHP] $PHP_SELF in include files

2002-03-12 Thread David Johansen

Is there a way that I can use $PHP_SELF in include files, so that the
function will use the URL of the php script that calls the include file?
Thanks,
Dave



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Re: [PHP] Error Handling!

2002-03-12 Thread David Robley

In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], 
[EMAIL PROTECTED] says...
 I want errors reported on a page when the mail()
 function for any reason fails to send emails. FOr
 example, if there is a malformed email address or
 anything, and the mail is not sent, how can i catch
 the Error and Display it on the page?
 
 Thanks,
 T. Edison Jr.

I don't think that is really posible. The mail() function doesn't 
actually send the mail; all it does is hands it off to the defined MTA 
which looks after the sending etc.

There have been numerous discussions on the list about how to check a 
mail address - have a look over those and see if there is something 
suitable for checking the address before processing it with mail(). Also, 
I recall there is a header item something like Errors to: in which you 
can define an address which will receieve error messages from the MTA; 
you'll need to check the RFCs for the correct definition.

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Re: [PHP] mixed type

2002-03-12 Thread Lars Torben Wilson

On Tue, 2002-03-12 at 14:33, max wrote:
 While looking thru php funcions (mixed ora_getcolumn ( int cursor, mixed
 column) in partucular)
 I came across type MIXED. What does that mean? There is no such type
 mentioned in the php
 docs under TYPES section.
 
 thanks.
 
 max.

It simply means that more than one type is valid at that point. In the
above example, it means that ora_getcolumn() can return variables of
different types. For instance, on failure, it returns FALSE (Boolean); 
on success, it returns a string or NULL.


Hope this helps,

Torben

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Re: [PHP] $PHP_SELF in include files

2002-03-12 Thread Lars Torben Wilson

On Tue, 2002-03-12 at 15:02, David Johansen wrote:
 Is there a way that I can use $PHP_SELF in include files, so that the
 function will use the URL of the php script that calls the include file?
 Thanks,
 Dave

If a.php includes b.php, and you check $PHP_SELF in b.php, it should 
give you the path to a.php. What result are you getting?


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