RE: [PHP] php die function for MySQL connection errors

2004-08-16 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 14 August 2004 15:50, raditha dissanayake wrote: Ford, Mike [LSS] wrote: (And, BTW, the HTTP definition says that the Location: header should specify a full absolute URL, so that should be: header(Location: http://your.server.name/path/to/errors/servererror.php

RE: [PHP] String compare of 7 text strings

2004-08-14 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
-Original Message- From: Brent Clements To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] I wanted to see if anyone has an easier way to do this. The end result is this: I need to compare 7 different text strings(which are in an array). They should all be the same, if they are not the same, a message should be

RE: [PHP] php die function for MySQL connection errors

2004-08-14 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
-Original Message- From: John Gostick Sent: 14/08/04 15:19 I have a quick question about using the PHP die() function. [...] I changed the code to this: $connection = mysql_connect($host, $user, $password) or die(Error connecting to SQL server); $db =

RE: [PHP] If Else Syntax Incorrect (I Think)

2004-08-13 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 13 August 2004 12:52, Jay Blanchard wrote: if( strlen( $UserID ) != 0 strlen( $UserPassword ) != 0 strlen( $SecretPassword ) != 0 strlen( $UserMail ) != 0 ) { Do something } elseif ( strlen( $UserID ) == 0 strlen( $UserPassword ) == 0 strlen( $SecretPassword ) == 0 strlen(

RE: [PHP] timestamp according to timezone?

2004-08-12 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 12 August 2004 14:07, Justin French wrote: Hi, How can I get a unix timestamp of the current timezone, rather than GMT as supplied by time()? Sorry, but this question makes no sense to me. A timestamp is absolute and is always in GMT, taking no account of timezones -- that's just the way

RE: [PHP] sessions not working when page redirects

2004-08-10 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 10 August 2004 13:19, Ron Stiemer wrote: Hi there, Try to add the session_id(); into the redirection: header(Location: ../admin/include/B.php?PHPSESSID= . session_id() ); No, no, no! Use the SID constant -- that's what it's for. It only has a value if you need one, so:

RE: [PHP] Re: Image and variable

2004-08-10 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 10 August 2004 15:55, Henri Marc wrote: Hello, Variables in single-quoted strings are not evaluated. Either user double quotes or concatination: Thank you very much all for your help, specially Kevin Waterson for his complete program. It was simple, I always make some mistakes with

RE: [PHP] Problems with array_reverse!

2004-08-10 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 10 August 2004 15:36, Labunski wrote: Hello, First of all, I should apologize for my bad English, and I hope somebody will understand what I was trying to say.. ?php if ($handle = opendir('news')) { while (false !== ($topic = readdir($handle))) { if ($topic != . $topic !=

RE: [PHP] Flush()....go to bottom of page (might be 0T)

2004-08-09 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 07 August 2004 23:24, PHP Gen wrote: This is what i am using: for($i=0; $i1000;$i++) { echo somethingbr; echo str_repeat( , 256); flush(); ob_flush(); sleep(1); } Regardless of solving your scrolling problem, these flush calls are the wrong way round -- ob_flush() flushes to the

RE: [PHP] Local version works - production breaks

2004-08-09 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 08 August 2004 14:20, Josh Acecool M wrote: Try adding if (!function_exists(function_name)) { function function_name ($blah) { // Function Code } } for each function. As I understand it, that will *not* work in PHP 5 as it still parses the entire file, barfing on the

RE: [PHP] annoying autoreplies

2004-08-09 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 08 August 2004 03:25, Robby Russell wrote: To all those who have auto-replys set for their email, please turn them off. ;-) If you're referring to SpamCease, it seems that these are, on the whole, not genuine auto-replies but are themselves from a spam email address harvester masquerading

RE: [PHP] RE: IMPORTANT: Please Verify Your Message

2004-08-06 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 06 August 2004 15:44, Ed Lazor wrote: Spamcease. Apparently it's the guy's anti-spam software that automatically sends messages. General consensus seems to be that it's not a guy, it's a spambot pretending to be an auto-responder and using a fake from address. If you click the link, you

RE: [PHP] Branching blunder

2004-08-05 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 05 August 2004 15:15, Jay Blanchard wrote: [snip] if($ans_three[$qzid] === 'None of the above' || $ans_three[$qzid] === 'All of the above'){ if($ans_four[$qzid] === 'None of the above' || $ans_four[$qzid] === 'All of the above'){ $answers = rand(6,8); }

RE: [PHP] Location header does not work?

2004-08-05 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 05 August 2004 16:36, Bing Du wrote: I really appreciate everyone who responded taking your valuable time looking into my problem. Now back to my problem. Changing the condition to if($_SERVER['HTTPS'] != 'on') did not make any difference unfortunately. So the result was still the

RE: [PHP] Location header does not work?

2004-08-05 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 05 August 2004 17:12, Ford, Mike [LSS] wrote: (1) Your browser requests https://computing.eng.iastate.edu/mambo/index.php?option=conte nttask=viewi d=159Itemid=162 Bother! Sorry, that should, of course, be http:// in step (1)! Cheers! Mike

RE: [PHP] $HTTP_REFERER

2004-08-05 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 05 August 2004 17:18, Shaun wrote: Hi, I seem to have problems redirecting pages when I view my site using my laptop, the only difference is that my laptop has Norton Firewall installed, can this interfere with the $HTTP_REFERER variable Not only can, does! Other firewalls or proxies

RE: [PHP] Query Results Question

2004-08-04 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
-Original Message- From: Harlequin To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: 04/08/04 01:55 Subject: [PHP] Query Results Question I have the following query which should return just two rows: SELECT 'ID', 'Vacancy Role', 'Vacancy Salary', 'Vacancy Location', 'Vacancy Type' FROM vacancy_details

RE: [PHP] pconnect...

2004-08-02 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
-Original Message- From: bruce To: 'Curt Zirzow'; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: RE: [PHP] pconnect... i meant mysqli/php5 regarding pconnect. although, i've since seen information that leads me to believe htat pconnect would necessarily in and of itself be my solution.

RE: [PHP] Browser reload problem

2004-07-30 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 30 July 2004 16:25, Ashley M. Kirchner wrote: Jason Barnett wrote: Though I'm intrigued by two things: a) why am I getting both $_REQUEST as well as $_POST variables Because $_REQUEST is an aggregate of $_GET, $_POST and $_COOKIE. That's the way it's defined: see

RE: [PHP] VB--PHP

2004-07-29 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 29 July 2004 10:00, Jay wrote: Hi! Can someone pelase help me to convert the following Vbscript code to PHP, i am really sucky at Regular Expression: -CODE VBSCRIPT- Function IsValid(strData,blIncludeAlpha,blIncludeNumeric) Dim regEx, retVal,strPtrn Set

RE: [PHP] strpos mystery

2004-07-29 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 29 July 2004 01:50, Jon Drukman wrote: with this code fragment: ? $string='/mobile/phone.html'; if (strpos($string,'/mobile/')!==false) { print one: yes\n; } if (strpos($string,'/mobile/')===true) { print two: yes\n; } only the first if statement prints anything. why is !==

RE: [PHP] unset($_COOKIE['foo']) and $_COOKIE['foo'] = '' both do n't do anything.

2004-07-29 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 28 July 2004 20:17, Daevid Vincent wrote: No. I'm trying to delete it from PHP memory, but keep the cookie on their client in the cookie.txt file or wherever it's stored. Where are you doing the test for it -- in the same script, or in a subsequent one? If the former, then I'm confused; if

RE: [PHP] Re: Retrieving Stored Values for Dropdown Menu

2004-07-28 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 28 July 2004 12:50, Harlequin wrote: OK David. But here's the conundrum: a User has already selected a value which is stored in the database. Can I Display a range of option tags but make the one the user selected previously as the default...? That's been asked and answered many

RE: [PHP] Accessing a variable from inside a local function

2004-07-28 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 28 July 2004 12:29, Frank Munch wrote: Would anyone know how to resolve this scope problem? Or is this possibly something PHP can't (yet) do? The problem is to access a variable in a function foo from a function local to foo. Actually, your problem is that the function bar is *not*

RE: [PHP] Re: If...Or...Else

2004-07-26 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 25 July 2004 21:16, Skippy wrote: Any idea why the need to have two logical operators with the same meaning BUT different precedences? I dig the need to put in OR as an alias, but why confuse people with the precedence issue? One would tend to think || and OR are perfectly

RE: [PHP] Re: Embedding JavaScript into a PHP generated web page

2004-07-26 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 26 July 2004 01:13, Robert Frame wrote: OK, now I am bewildered again. Sample Code ?php echo 'script language=text/javascript'; script language=JavaScript echo '!-- '; echo 'function myWindow() { alert(javascript from php)}'; echo '//-- /script'; There's no need to echo your

RE: [PHP] Re: change value of session variable?

2004-07-22 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 22 July 2004 07:50, Five wrote: Sounds like an old bug in PHP. What version are you using? I've been trying to get it to work at: http://members.lycos.co.uk/primeooze/info.php According to this phpinfo(), that site has session.use_cookies=On and session.use_trans_sid=Off. This means

RE: [PHP] Is that a PECL in your pants?

2004-07-01 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 01 July 2004 04:10, John W. Holmes wrote: Can anyone explain the purpose of PECL to me besides what it says on the web page (http://pecl.php.net)? Besides what's already been said, it also decouples the release cycles of the extensions from that of PHP itself. An upgrade to a PECL

RE: [PHP] Re: Testing if cookies are enabled

2004-06-21 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 21 June 2004 12:11, Martin Schneider wrote: thanks for your reply, I think you missunderstood, please read more carefully. I know how to set and read a cookie, but as I wrote I wasn't able to set and text a cookie ON THE SAME PAGE. The manual says: http://php.net/setcookie Once the

RE: [PHP] Problems with arrays

2004-06-17 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 17 June 2004 14:27, Phpu wrote: Here is the code: select name=model class=gform onchange=model_jump('parent', this) option value=0 ? foreach ($nav_model_names as $index = $element) { $InputString = $element; echo $InputString; } /option

RE: [PHP] Combo problems.. Multi Array??

2004-06-16 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 15 June 2004 00:07, Michael Benbow wrote: Thanks Mike, I have read up a lot on permutation but I'm not completely sure that this will solve my problem. From what I can gather permutation takes a sample (i.e. ABC) and tells you how many different ways it can arrange the letters, with

RE: [PHP] Regarding variable reference

2004-06-15 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 15 June 2004 08:25, Ulrik S. Kofod wrote: [EMAIL PROTECTED] sagde: Hi, I have variables called Cookie1 to Cookie35. I would like to print the values of Cookie1 to Cookie35 using for loop. Could anybody correct the below code to print the variables.

RE: [PHP] Combo problems.. Multi Array??

2004-06-14 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
-Original Message- From: Michael Benbow [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: 14 June 2004 08:31 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [PHP] Combo problems.. Multi Array?? Hi, I've got a problem which has left me scratching my head for the better part of a week. [...] The

RE: [PHP] Can someone explain this?

2004-06-09 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 08 June 2004 19:00, René Fournier wrote: OK, that makes sense. But here's the problem: I receive binary data from SuperSPARC (big-endian), which I need to unpack according to certain documented type definitions. For example, let's say that $msg has the value 3961595508 and is packed as an

RE: [PHP] ini_get

2004-06-07 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 06 June 2004 22:43, Dennis Gearon wrote: CC me please. Does anyone know if ini_get returns the values BEFORE or AFTER the .htaccess modifies them? i.e., does it return the server or local version? It gets the value the script is currently running with. This will be the local version,

RE: [PHP] Newbie question about isset and binary conditionals

2004-06-07 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 07 June 2004 14:04, Al wrote: I posted this previously; but the subject was misleading. You seem to have several possible misconceptions in your posting -- this may just be me misreading you, but anyway... I could use one additional clarification regarding good practice. As I understand

RE: [PHP] Re: how to insert form data

2004-06-03 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 03 June 2004 03:57, Ligaya Turmelle wrote: shouln't be QUOTE: input type = textarea name=quote... If that was a question, then: No, it shouldn't. Some versions of a certain browser may have supported this, but it has never been part of any HTML standard. Cheers! Mike

RE: [PHP] weird error

2004-06-03 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 03 June 2004 15:52, pagongski wrote: Hi guys, I recently installed easy-php on my laptop so i could work on the go without having to upload my scripts to the server to test them out. The problem is that when i tried one of my scripts on it, i get some weird errors,

RE: [PHP] Update Multiple Records From Form

2004-05-28 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 28 May 2004 04:47, Albert Padley wrote: I feel I'm so close. I have a form with multiple database records with a checkbox to indicate which records to update set up like so: $name = ed[ . $row['id'] . ]; input type=\checkbox\ name=\ . $name . \ value=\Y\ Each text input is set up

RE: [PHP] Re: Changing variable names in a while loop

2004-05-28 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 28 May 2004 12:30, Torsten Roehr wrote: I.A. Gray [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message news:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Hi all, Easy question (I hope). My brain seems not be working today, so could someone help me with this one? [...] How can I get the value to change in each form? The

RE: [PHP] IF statement question...

2004-05-19 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
-Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: 19 May 2004 12:55 Is it possible to request that a string CONTAINS another string...? EG: $string = 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9; if ($string CONTAINS 7) { // Do stuff } if (strpos($string,

RE: [PHP] IF statement question...

2004-05-19 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
-Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: 19 May 2004 15:47 If I'm being Dumb, I apologies... but When using this: $row[bands] = 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8; $row2[id] = 7; if (strpos($row[bands], $row2[id]) != FALSE) { // do stuff } I get

RE: [PHP] using returned references directly?

2004-05-18 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 17 May 2004 22:26, Jeff Schmidt wrote: Hello, Say I have object A, with method getObjectB(), which returns a reference to object2. Is there a way to do something like $A-getObjectB()-methodFromObjectB(); ?? When I try that, I get a parse error? Is this simply not possible

RE: [PHP] Select box

2004-05-18 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 18 May 2004 09:06, Brent Clark wrote: Hi all For the likes of me I cant seem to figure out how to have a select drop down box , and have it so, that when I click the submit button, the page displays the correct content (which is what it does) but at the same time I need the select

RE: [PHP] PHP and Caching and IMS Headers

2004-05-18 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 18 May 2004 13:58, Nick Wilson wrote: Hi, I was reading this post here: http://www.cre8asiteforums.com/viewtopic.php?t=9801 No, not my site ;-) I think it sounds like there are some mistaken views in there, anyone that knows about If-Modified-Since headers, PHP and Caching could

RE: [PHP] Not sure

2004-05-14 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 14 May 2004 09:59, Brent Clark wrote: Hi all I have the following php code: echotdnbsp;/tdtdinput type=\checkbox\ name=\frow\ value=\$var\/td\n; I now have the following javascript code: !-- From webmin-- a href='' onClick='document.frm.frow.checked = true; for(i=0;

RE: [PHP] FIXED: Max file size for uploads?

2004-05-13 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 12 May 2004 16:48, Robert Sossomon wrote: It's fixed now.. If using Apache on RedHat here is everything to fix at once: FIRST AND FOREMOST DECIDE THE MAX SIZE YOU WANT IN MB, ADD A COUPLE MORE TO IT, AND THEN CONVERT TO BYTES (MB * 1024 * 1024) 1. httpd/conf.d/php.conf

RE: [PHP] dinamic hashes

2004-05-13 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 13 May 2004 12:59, Yivi wrote: Hello everyone. I am having a stupid problem with a couple of arrays, tried a couple of things but I am feeling disconcerted. The thing is, I thought it was possible to create arrays in a dynamic fashion, as in: $newarray['newkey'] = new_value; And the

RE: [PHP] Variables Help

2004-05-13 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 13 May 2004 19:52, John Nichel wrote: Monty wrote: Is there any way to get JUST the user-defined variables in PHP? Problem with get_defined_vars() is that it contains everything, including server and environment vars, and there's no easy way to keep just the user-defined vars part of

RE: [PHP] PHP Sessions on Windows

2004-05-12 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
-Original Message- From: David Mitchell [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: 12 May 2004 13:21 OK, I managed to get it working. I first attempted to edit the php.ini so that the session save path was C:\Temp. No matter what I did, the save path always showed up in phpinfo() as

RE: [PHP] default and another constructor

2004-05-12 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
-Original Message- From: Rudy Metzger [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: 12 May 2004 14:27 On Wed, 2004-05-12 at 15:18, Mark Constable wrote: function forum($naam=NULL,$tijd=NULL,$tekst=NULL) and test the incoming variables with isset() before attempting to use any of

RE: [PHP] unexpected array_diff output

2004-04-30 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 30 April 2004 09:47, Frederic Noyer wrote: Hello there ! I am trying to fill and then compare two arrays: one filled by a foreach construct, and the second by a while construct. I check both with a print_r to be sure that both are correctly filled (which seems to be the case). But

RE: [PHP] A to Z incremental

2004-04-23 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 22 April 2004 15:22, Paul wrote: Hi! Got this script: ?php for($i='A';$i='Z';$i++){ echo $i.' | '; } The output is: A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z | AA | AB | AC | ... YX | YY | YZ | where is should

RE: [PHP] Unwanted e-mails

2004-04-20 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 19 April 2004 23:02, Lester Caine wrote: OK 72 Hours later I got 6 bounce messages back related to Fridays eMails direct to lists.php.net ( one of which is yet another attempt to unsubscribe from php-db ) Delivery-date: Mon, 19 Apr 2004 20:30:30 +0100 Received: from

RE: [PHP] lt;buttongt; tag

2004-04-20 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 20 April 2004 09:45, Nunners wrote: button type=submit is not a standard HTML v4 tag Bzzt! Completely wrong. See http://www.w3.org/TR/html401/interact/forms.html#h-17.5. Cheers! Mike - Mike Ford, Electronic Information

RE: [PHP] Unwanted e-mails

2004-04-20 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 20 April 2004 07:47, Lester Caine wrote: Chris W. Parker wrote: but your messages *ARE* getting accepted otherwise i would not be reading this email right now! NO THEY ARE NOT - This reply HAS to be sent via the newsgroup! The bounce messages I am getting are as a result of

RE: [PHP] Logic problem

2004-04-20 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 20 April 2004 16:44, Alex Hogan wrote: foreach ( $array1 as $flds ) { if ( $start ) { $query .= $flds; $start = false; } else { $query .= , . $flds; } } $query .= implode(, , $array1); Cheers! Mike

RE: [PHP] RegExp (preg) - how to split long string to length,wit hout cutting words

2004-04-16 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 16 April 2004 11:47, moondog wrote: Hi, I am a RegExp newbie, and need help with this: i have a long string (500 / 600 chars), and need to split it in lines. Each line has a maximum length (20), and words in the line shouldn't be cut, instead the line should end at the end of the

RE: [PHP] unexpected $ in ... WTF?

2004-04-15 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 14 April 2004 21:30, Brian V Bonini wrote: Parse error: parse error, unexpected $ in /foo/bar/foo.php4 on line 150 Just to add to previous responses, '$' is PHP's unhelpful notation for end of file (think regex end-of-string anchor, if it helps!). Cheers! Mike

RE: [PHP] PHP version usage statistics?

2004-04-15 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 15 April 2004 06:18, Curt Zirzow wrote: * Thus wrote Jeffrey Tavares ([EMAIL PROTECTED]): netcraft shows how many servers have php, but nothing specific about versions. Maybe I'm wrong, but I checked all over netcraft's site. Sorry if I put ya on a bad lead. I could have swore they had

RE: [PHP] Maths not working.. or is it me?

2004-04-15 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 15 April 2004 10:59, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Im trying to implement some really simply credit card encryption... I know it's not perfect, but it's a stop gap measure until I do this properly... however... To Encrypt before I put into my DB, I'm using this formula... $encrypt =

RE: [PHP] Session confusion again :( - Thanks!

2004-04-15 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 14 April 2004 17:53, Paul Fine wrote: Thanks guys but I have register globals ON so once the session variable is defined I should be able to address it without specifying $_SESSION ? I don't think the documentation is clear on this point -- it may be that the association between the global

RE: [PHP] php dateadd function?

2004-04-15 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 30 April 2004 13:23, Angelo Zanetti wrote: Hi all, I have found this code that is supposedly meant to be used for a dateadd function. I only need it for the adding of days, my problem is that it doesnt validate when adding days at the end of the month. eg: march 31 and the I add 2

RE: [PHP] php dateadd function?

2004-04-15 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 30 April 2004 13:45, Angelo Zanetti wrote: Hi Mike, I actually changed the return statement to return the date in a format that is different from the mktime format, so that would explain it. So run the mktime(), then format the resulting timestamp. Job done. Cheers! Mike

RE: [PHP] umask() and chmod()

2004-04-15 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 15 April 2004 16:26, David T-G wrote: Hi, all -- When I move_uploaded_file() a file into place, I want to give it the correct permissions; by default they are 600 (rw-/---/--). I already have the umask set correctly for any given situation in anticipation of creating directories, and

RE: [PHP] Explanation of cookie behavior

2004-04-15 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 15 April 2004 15:43, Ryan Schefke wrote: I'm running a login script where the user enters login/password and if it matches what I have in my db and their account is active, I set a login cookie (login_ck) and an authentication cookie (authenticate_ck). If the login and authentication

RE: [PHP] umask() and chmod()

2004-04-15 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 15 April 2004 17:26, David T-G wrote: Mike, et al -- ...and then Ford, Mike [LSS] said... % % On 15 April 2004 16:26, David T-G wrote: % % but chmod() needs a permissions setting rather than a umask. % % The challenge is in representing this as octal. With some

RE: [PHP] umask() and chmod()

2004-04-15 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 15 April 2004 16:26, David T-G wrote: Hi, all -- When I move_uploaded_file() a file into place, I want to give it the correct permissions; by default they are 600 (rw-/---/--). I already have the umask set correctly for any given situation in anticipation of creating directories, and

RE: [PHP] Re: Need help

2004-04-14 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 09 April 2004 16:39, Strogg wrote: [snip original problem for which a fix has been posted] $taxrate = 0.175; //local tax rate in UK is 17.5% You should note that UK VAT is always rounded *down*, so that this: $totalamount = $totalamount * (1 + $taxrate); should be something like:

RE: [PHP] Finding value in multi-dimensional array - Solved

2004-04-14 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 10 April 2004 02:21, Verdon Vaillancourt wrote: Hi, Thanks much to Richard and Andy for the input :) This one did the job... if($_SESSION['OBJ_user']-modSettings['listings']['active'] == '1') { I'm still not entirely sure I understand the syntax ;) Well, by relating back to your

RE: [PHP] Most bizarre date problem ever

2004-04-14 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 10 April 2004 16:11, Brian Dunning wrote: Check this out: I'm returning a list of the last 30 days, looping through i, subtracting it from $end_date where $end_date is 2004-04-10 00:00:00. I'm just trying to derive a timestamp $check_date for each iteration, like 1081321200. Here's the

RE: [PHP] Session confusion again :( - Thanks!

2004-04-14 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 14 April 2004 17:40, BOOT wrote: Any help with this would be appreciated. the p and v lnames are posted from a form. In the form, the user seperates last names with a /. What I can't understand is why Test1 shows as nothing, while Test2 shows the value I wanted. Thanks a lot!

RE: RE: [PHP] Validating form field text input to be a specific v ariable type

2004-04-07 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 07 April 2004 03:03, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: From: Merritt, Dave [EMAIL PROTECTED] Okay seems to makes sense, but when I do the following it doesn't appear to be working correctly, or I'm viewing my logic incorrectly one: if ( (int)$PageOptions['Default'] ==

RE: [PHP] warning:supplied argument to mysql_fetch_array not vali d resource type?

2004-04-07 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 07 April 2004 15:56, Andy B wrote: i have this query set: $EditQuery=select * from $EventsTable where Id='$edit'; $query=mysql_query($EditQuery)||die(mysql_error()); Don't use || for this, use or -- they have different precedence, and it *matters*. //later in the code i have this:

RE: [PHP] Validating form field text input to be a specificvariab le type

2004-04-07 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 07 April 2004 15:48, William Lovaton wrote: I guess that works but every possible solution posted in this thread is a lot of lines of code to perform a simple validation. Uh -- how are: if(strcmp((int)$PageOptions['Default'],$PageOptions['Default'])==0) if

RE: [PHP] Array_keys problem

2004-04-06 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 04 April 2004 01:13, Robin 'Sparky' Kopetzky wrote: function key_exists($ps_key) { if ( in_array($ps_key, array_keys($this-ma_arguments)) ) { return true; } else { return false; } } Ummm -- function

RE: [PHP] Header Redirect POST

2004-03-26 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 25 March 2004 20:17, Chris Thomas wrote: I am not sure if this was designed like this, or if its just something im doing wrong. Im posting some data to a processing page, where i handle it then use Header('Location: other.php') to direct me to another page. The problem that im running

RE: [PHP] $_POST not working with str_replace

2004-03-26 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 24 March 2004 22:28, PHP Email List wrote: And ? #2 are there any settings within PHP that would limit my ability to visually display the contents of a POST variable on a .rtf document as opposed to being displayed on the browser? Yes -- take a look at the variables_order directive

RE: [PHP] login problem fixed!!

2004-03-25 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 25 March 2004 09:32, Andy B wrote: the final line then is: if($result==false) {//test the query itself..if false then print whatever } else {//if it did work then do this...} but of course it could always be turned around to: if($result==true) {...} but dont know what way is better or

RE: [PHP] session_register vs. $_SESSION superglobal

2004-03-24 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
-Original Message- From: Kim L. Laage [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: 24 March 2004 10:52 Once again, thanks for the replies... But I'm afraid I'm not getting this right... I've tested with the various versions of $_SESSION syntax which I've been recommended by the people on

RE: [PHP] $_POST not working with str_replace

2004-03-24 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
-Original Message- From: PHP Email List [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: 24 March 2004 00:13 what happens if you do the following? ?php $name = $_POST['FNAME']; echo ::$name::; $output = str_replace(FNAME, $name, $output); ? ?? I tried that, but I know I can

RE: [PHP] looping variables from a file

2004-03-24 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
-Original Message- From: Ryan A [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: 24 March 2004 17:30 Hi, I have a config_inc.php file which has around 60 parameters set in it. eg: $db_name=something; $db_user=root; $db_pass=blah; $x_installed_path=/home/blah/; etc I have a requirment of

RE: [PHP] Peculiar number_format() behaviour

2004-03-22 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 22 March 2004 10:31, Paul Hopkins wrote: Here's the code: ?php $a = 676.6; $b = 0.175; $y = $a * (1 + $b); echo(y: . $a . * (1 + . $b . ) = $yBR); $z = $a + ($a * $b); echo(z: . $a . + ( . $a . * . $b . ) = $zBR); echo(number format(y)=.number_format($y, 2).BR);

RE: [PHP] Decoding a URL without decoding values

2004-03-22 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 21 March 2004 16:03, Ben Ramsey wrote: I've got a querystring that looks like this: ?url=http%3A%2F%2Ftest.alpharetta.ga.us%2Findex.php%3Fm%3Dlink s%26category%3DRecreation%2B%2526%2BParks%26go.x%3D22%26go.y%3D7 As you can gather, I'm trying to pass a URL to another script for some

RE: [PHP] Simple: Whats wrong with this?

2004-03-18 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 17 March 2004 17:09, Chris W. Parker wrote: $var++ is a post incrementer meaning the value is updated at the next command*. * i'm not exactly sure how the compiler determines when to post increment, but i think i'm correct. Not quite -- the increment is performed immediately after the

RE: [PHP] Changes in php.ini have no effect

2004-03-16 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 16 March 2004 15:10, Harry Sufehmi wrote: Problem: Changes made in c:\winnt\php.ini doesn't have any effect even after restarting Apache. Steps tried: # looking for other copies of php.ini - none found # entering the related values in Apache's httpd.conf file instead - works for some

RE: [PHP] Changes in php.ini have no effect

2004-03-16 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 16 March 2004 19:01, Harry Sufehmi wrote: On 16/03/2004 at 18:18 Ford, Mike [LSS] wrote: On 16 March 2004 15:10, Harry Sufehmi wrote: Problem: Changes made in c:\winnt\php.ini doesn't have any effect even after restarting Apache. PHP version: 4.3.3 phpinfo() output

RE: [PHP] use of @ operator to suppress errors

2004-03-15 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 15 March 2004 12:12, Stuart wrote: Ben Joyce wrote: On the contrary, the @ prefix suppresses all errors for the block of code it precedes where a block is a function or variable. Essentially it sets error_reporting to 0 while it evaluates that block. In fact, to be completely accurate,

RE: [PHP] If Using PHP CLI to Query Oracle8I DB, is Version Numbe r Critical?

2004-03-11 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
-Original Message- From: Martin McCormick [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: 10 March 2004 21:31 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [PHP] If Using PHP CLI to Query Oracle8I DB, is Version Number Critical? We use PHP 4.3.4 (cli) to query a Microsoft SQL database server with no

RE: [PHP] $_GET, expressions and conditional statements

2004-03-11 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
-Original Message- From: Jason Wong [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: 11 March 2004 14:19 On Thursday 11 March 2004 21:15, I.A. Gray wrote: What I want the script to do is set $SPORDER to this value. If $_GET['ORDER'] is not set then it gets the default value (ASC), if

RE: [PHP] Return value efficiency question

2004-03-10 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 10 March 2004 13:48, Burhan Khalid wrote: Kelly Hallman wrote: Consider this method: function xyz() { return $this-data = unserialize($this-serial); } Maybe I'm just being stupid, but wouldn't that simply return true if the assignment was successful, and false

RE: [PHP] absolute path

2004-03-08 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 08 March 2004 14:00, Mike Mapsnac wrote: I'm looking for PHP function that takes $filename as parameter and returns absolute path. I looked on php.net but cannot find such function. Any ideas if such function exist? How about http://www.php.net/realpath ? Cheers! Mike

RE: [PHP] PHP Sessions - Cookies Not Saving

2004-03-05 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 05 March 2004 03:33, Paul Higgins wrote: When I do: print_r($_COOKIE); I get the following: Array ( [PHPSESSID] = 11781ce29c68ca7ef563110f37e43f38 ) Does that mean its setting the Cookie? Yes. Cheers! Mike - Mike

RE: [PHP] ASCII

2004-03-05 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 05 March 2004 16:02, csko wrote: Hi! Is there a function to convert a ASCII char to decimal or binary? Or a program? csko http://www.php.net/ord Cheers! Mike - Mike Ford, Electronic Information Services Adviser,

RE: [PHP] php session ID attached to URL

2004-03-04 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 04 March 2004 10:25, matthew oatham wrote: Hi, I have a quick question about PHP session. In my website I have included the command session_start(); at the top of every page. Firstly is this correct? Yes (sort of). The real deal is that session_start() has to occur before you start

RE: [PHP] convert a strtotime date into a text representation of the date

2004-03-04 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 04 March 2004 04:37, Andy B wrote: hi. i found strtotime and it seems to work but not quite sure if i know how to use it right... here is my code: ?php $time= strtotime(third saturday january 2005); echo date(M/D/YY, $time); i wanted it to take the third saturday of next year

RE: [PHP] Hidden File Upload Limit

2004-03-04 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 04 March 2004 16:44, Raditha Dissanayake wrote: You didn't tell us the error message and you have not mentioned if you tried LimitRequestBody and max_input_time and max_execution_time. ... or if you restarted the Web server after each change to php.ini. Cheers! Mike

RE: [PHP] IE6 with latest hotfixes breaks forms ...

2004-03-02 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 02 March 2004 00:04, Marc G. Fournier wrote: We're having a weird problem with some of our PHP forms, where, when a client uses IE6 with the latest hotfixes, they are reporting that have to re-submit a couple of times for it to take ... as if somehow the data isn't being passed down

RE: [PHP] Security Question

2004-02-24 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 20 February 2004 22:29, Ed Lazor wrote: PHP include statements default to the current directory. If the path to my PHP files is /home/osmosis/public_html, why would users visiting my site occasionally get an error that the include file wasn't found in /home/budguy/public_html? It's

RE: [PHP] where is my uploaded file ?

2004-02-24 Thread Ford, Mike [LSS]
On 24 February 2004 06:58, adwinwijaya wrote: input name=image type=file $uploadfile = $uploaddir . $_FILES['userfile']['name']; Array ( [image] = Array Hint: image!=userfile Cheers! Mike - Mike

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