Re: [PHP] Re: Search like php.net's URL thingy

2008-06-18 Thread Philip Olson
Why is an ErrorDocument insufficient or not the elegant way? It accomplishes the goal in a clean way, no? It's *WRONG*. ErrorDocument still preserves the 404 error code, it just gives it a prettier face. If the page really is there, returning a 404 for it is not correct. Search engines

Re: [PHP] Re: Search like php.net's URL thingy [0.T]

2008-06-05 Thread Philip Olson
Hello, php.net uses a 404 error handler for this, and most mirrors store url data in an sqlite database. A simple $_SERVER dump in your 404 page will show you which variables are available. Regards, Philip

[PHP] Request for work on the php.net FAQs

2008-02-27 Thread Philip Olson
Hello everyone, The PHP manual FAQ has not received much attention over these past few years, so it's outdated. This needs to be fixed. If you would like to add questions (and ideally, with answers) to the FAQ then please do so by either adding them to this thread, or point them out, and

Re: [PHP] Register globals and ini_set

2005-07-11 Thread Philip Olson
If i use, at the beginning of my scripts, ini_set('register_globals', 0), register globals will be turned off? if you have php = 4.2.3 yes, otherwise no. it has to be set in php.ini, .htaccess, or httpd.conf You may NEVER set register_globals at runtime with ini_set() regardless of PHP

Re: [PHP] Splitting Vars from MySQL in PHP

2005-04-29 Thread Philip Olson
I remember in Perl I used to extract vars from a single fetchrow by adding each var name to the beginning (like this). Only this ain'ta workin :)... Anyone know the right syntax to do this? ($var1, $var2, $var3)= mysql_fetch_array($result, MYSQL_ASSOC) list($var1, $var2, $var3) =

Re: [PHP] Can I use $_REQUEST for file uploads?

2005-04-23 Thread Philip Olson
Thanks for the reponse. I tested again, but it was not the problem with ENCTYPE. I am getting file with $_FILES. I think this is due to CGI configuration if not with php.ini. Because when I check the version by using PHP -v command, it shows 4.3.10 (cgi) but when check that using phpinfo()

Re: [PHP] following php development

2005-03-25 Thread Philip Olson
I used to visit zend.com for the weekly summary but it seems that it has not been updated in a while. Besides the php-devel is there any other source of information about php's development ? While not about PHP Internals specifically, the following do touch up on it and other PHP

Re: [PHP] OR statement

2005-03-24 Thread Philip Olson
This work fine, however, I would like to add to the criteria above. I would like to say: if ($audio == Cool or junk or funky){ ... if (in_array($audio,array(Cool,junk,funky))) { ... } Yes that's one way but to answer the question: if ($a == 'foo' OR $a == 'bar') {

Re: [PHP] ODBC Errors and Undefined functions

2005-03-21 Thread Philip Olson
Oh and Jay... since no one else has found the answer it would be nice if you could post your solution here when / if you find it. Accoding to the source, these two functions require something to exist: #ifdef PHP_ODBC_HAVE_FETCH_HASH PHP_FUNCTION(odbc_fetch_array);

RE: [PHP] How from an html/web form I may go to a php script output(of form values)

2005-03-19 Thread Philip Olson
If is easy please answer and this : when be online AND OPEN A FILE FROM A WEB LOCATION HOST - MINE WITH NOTEPAD may after I modify it, save it again to my hosting space WITHOUT save it to my PC first ? Please note that I mean using NotePad and I mean entering the host usernamepassword when

Re: [PHP] OT - C programming

2005-03-16 Thread Philip Olson
For a nice introduction to extension writing, read this article: Part I: Introduction to PHP and Zend http://zend.com/php/internals/extension-writing1.php As well as the various README files found within the php source files: http://cvs.php.net/php-src/ And let's not forget about

[PHP] Re: recommending a PHP book?

2005-03-15 Thread Philip Olson
Do. Not. Cross. Post. Use ONE mailing list at a time. Please have all further replies to this unfortunate thread go to php-general and only php-general. Regards, Philip -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php

Re: [PHP] CLI CGI

2005-02-04 Thread Philip Olson
Can I use the CGI executable at the command-line? Yes. In other words, what is the diference between the CLI and CGI Version? See the manual, it explains the differences: http://php.net/features.commandline Regards, Philip -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To

RE: [PHP] escaping quotes

2005-01-27 Thread Philip Olson
What also works is this: print 'value='. $foo['bar'] . ''; Read the manual section on strings: http://php.net/types.string Regards, Philip On Thu, 27 Jan 2005, Giles wrote: Thanks, that works great. Knew that worked for JavaScript but didn't know it worked for PHP. print(value=\ .

Re: [PHP] Is a PECL a black whole?

2004-09-03 Thread Philip Olson
It took me a while to find an explanation of what a PECL is. I kept reading comments about things being moved to a PECL but I saw nothing about what is in a PECL or how to get anything out of a (the?) PECL. As far as I knew, there is a danger of all of PHP being in a PECL. There

RE: [PHP] Fatal error: Call to undefined function

2004-08-28 Thread Philip Olson
It's been awhile since I've done php on Windows, but I think you have to uncomment the mysql dll in the php.ini file (make sure you're editing the right one as per phpinfo), and restart your web server. Thanks, John. I have the line uncommented, am editing php.ini in my winnt

Re: [PHP] Cannot Load DLLs (WinXP, Apache 2, PHP 5)

2004-08-19 Thread Philip Olson
I can't get PHP to load php_mysql.dll, required to use the mysql_*() functions. I have tried a variety of values for extension_dir, including C:/php/ext, C:\php\ext, C:\php\, ./ext/, ext/. I have copied php_mysql to all these directories, but it is not loading it. PHP is

Re: [PHP] Need Someone to Develop a Project

2004-08-19 Thread Philip Olson
It is possible that this newsgroup is not the appropriate forum for this request. Is there a site somewhere where I can post the spec and invite bids? I recall that there are several, but I cannot remember where they are. http://www.php.net/links.php#jobs Regards, Philip -- PHP General

Re: [PHP] Looking for article

2004-08-13 Thread Philip Olson
Read this faqts: How can I pass variables to a script in the url like /script/var1/var2 http://www.faqts.com/knowledge_base/view.phtml/aid/124/fid/6 Regards, Philip On Thu, 12 Aug 2004, Ashley M. Kirchner wrote: Anyone have an article written, or can point me to one that talks

Re: [PHP] Is there a brian I can pick?

2004-07-26 Thread Philip Olson
I've run into a small bump in some code I'm writing for a membership database. The first thing that needs to be done is an index of all states in the US with members. The fun part is that the state information is stored as the abbreviation in the database (ie MI, WI) and the HTML page

Re: [PHP] Unexpected T_ENCAPSED...

2004-07-24 Thread Philip Olson
Sorry, let me clearify.. unless UserId is an integer, quote it !! And quoting integers is not a problem, I even prefer it. IMHO we should tell people to quote all values so if someone forgets to do any sort of input validation (i.e. make sure it's actually an integer) there won't be a major

Re: [PHP] Unexpected T_ENCAPSED...

2004-07-24 Thread Philip Olson
And quoting integers is not a problem, I even prefer it. IMHO we should tell people to quote all values so if someone forgets to do any sort of input validation (i.e. make sure it's actually an integer) there won't be a major problem otherwise problems (including SQL injection) may arise.

Re: [PHP] good PHP to PDF libary?

2004-07-23 Thread Philip Olson
Im looking for some good and complete and advanced PHP to PDF libarary. So far, i have seen pdflib and ros pdf class. But i really would like to hear from you guys what is best? my only main goal for this is to create a low - res pdf and a hi - res business card pdf template. Several are

Re: [PHP] PHP-5 book

2004-07-21 Thread Philip Olson
Can someone advise me of a very good PHP-5 book. Hands down the best: Advanced PHP Programming by George Schlossnagle Regards, Philip -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php

Re: [PHP] Won't get $_SERVER['PHP_AUTH_USER']

2004-07-20 Thread Philip Olson
Has there been any changes concerning $_SERVER['PHP_AUTH_USER'] in PHP5? My news-script won't let me login after I changed from PHP 4.3.7 to 5.0.0 (Win32, Apache 1.3.31, php as module). I've checked var_dump($_SERVER) and there's no PHP_AUTH_USER in the list, just PHP_AUTH_PW. How come?

Re: [PHP] Re: newbie needs help in getting php and MySQL integrated

2004-07-20 Thread Philip Olson
Windows XP SP1 Norton Antivirus and Internet Security Apache 2 PHP 5 MySQL 4.0.16 All seem to work. I can run PHP scripts on the Apache server without any trouble. I have MySQL running as a service and the basic SQL command line commands and winmysqladmin shows all ok (to my

Re: [PHP] PHP error catching....

2004-07-20 Thread Philip Olson
What are those php functions that catch the PHP errors, not display it and do something to it while the user load a webpage. I don't remember what those are. :-( Look around set_error_handler() Regards, Philip -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit:

Re: [PHP] file_exists() to search for *.xml file with a wild card???

2004-07-20 Thread Philip Olson
I would like to use the file_exists() or something similar to check for the existance of any of the xml files regardless of what filename it use. Like file_exist(*.xml) for example. Anyone know?? You may use glob(), http://www.php.net/glob Regards, Philip -- PHP General Mailing

Re: [PHP] [php] error in manual?

2004-07-20 Thread Philip Olson
Yes you're correct, this was fixed about a week ago and will show up when the manual is next built (which should be soon), here's the diff: http://cvs.php.net/diff.php/phpdoc/en/language/oop5/visibility.xml?r1=1.2r2=1.3 When you find errors like this be sure to file a doc bug report at

Re: [PHP] stripslashes() when reading from the DB

2004-07-12 Thread Philip Olson
I usually stripslashes() when I read the info from the database (MySQL). Because the information was inserted after adding slashes, or the system has magic_quotes_gpc set to ON. I'd like to know, if I can do stripslashes() directly, as it is suposed that all data was inserted into

Re: [PHP] Malicious SQL

2004-07-08 Thread Philip Olson
on the contrary: sql = mysql_query(select * from users where name='.$name.'); will simply look for a user with a name of Jim; delete from users; and return no results found. But I can also enter: jim'; delete from users You need to catch if there's a quote in the $name too, and

Re: [PHP] import_request_variables

2004-07-06 Thread Philip Olson
I get error : import_request_variables while I make a script to call a variable. This my header (in my script -- error) : import_request_variables( GPC ); anybody knows why this happen ? So, what's the exact error PHP gives you? Regards, Philip -- PHP General Mailing List

Re: [PHP] import_request_variables

2004-07-06 Thread Philip Olson
I get error : import_request_variables while I make a script to call a variable. This my header (in my script -- error) : import_request_variables( GPC ); anybody knows why this happen ? So, what's the exact error PHP gives you? I got this error at browser :

Re: [PHP] Help with array / list looping syntax

2004-06-29 Thread Philip Olson
I need some help with a looping syntax. In english, a is used before words that begin with consonants - an is used before words that start with vowels. I'm trying to create a loop that checks this state and inserts the correct word in the echo line. Below is the sloppy version of what I'm

RE: [PHP] Re: getting query string from referer website

2004-06-28 Thread Philip Olson
$referer = http://search.yahoo.com/search?p=pianist+web+sites+designei=UTF-8fr=fp-ta b-web-tcop=msstab=; if (strpos($referer, q=) != FALSE) { $query = q=;} else if (strpos($referer, p=) != FALSE) { $query = p=;} $searcharray = explode(, substr($referer, (strpos($referer, $query)+2)));

Re: [PHP] Re: Error Reporting

2004-06-28 Thread Philip Olson
On Mon, 28 Jun 2004, Daniel Kullik wrote: Tom Chubb wrote: I ave a strange problem with my error reporting! I have set php.ini to: error_reporting = E_ALL but I don't see any errors. (After I was happy things were working on my Apache Test Server, I uploaded to my web host and

RE: [PHP] a stupid question

2004-06-25 Thread Philip Olson
I cant figureout the syntax please help echo Some text.aFunction().some more text; The function is not working. Your problem is the paren's echo 'some text' $aFunction 'some more text'; You need double quotes for the entire string, but single quotes around the text so it knows it

Re: [PHP] string function that adds before and after

2004-06-25 Thread Philip Olson
There's a number of functions in PHP that will give me the position of the *first* instance of the matched string, but it doesn't look like the function would keep searching after the first match. Anyway, am I overlooking a function that already has the functionality that I'm searching for?

Re: [PHP] socket_set_block undefined

2004-06-25 Thread Philip Olson
I'm trying to use socket_set_block and php.net says (php4 = 4.2, php5). I'm using version 4.3.1 but I get this error Fatal error: Call to undefined function: socket_set_block() in . Any idea why this is? Has the name changed or been something else? socket_set_nonblock() work

RE: [PHP] socket_set_block undefined

2004-06-25 Thread Philip Olson
not set socket to block.); } exit(); } if($this-loggging){ syslog(LOG_INFO, Socket set to block.); } and here's the error Fatal error: Call to undefined function: socket_set_block() -Josh -Original Message- From: Philip Olson [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent

Re: [PHP] [Q]PHP not taking input values from forms

2004-02-12 Thread Philip Olson
On Thu, 12 Feb 2004, Dan Aloma wrote: that tag is working fine and shows me the info. For some reason php will take input values only from the URL, not from the html code. any ideas? A few questions: a) What's the exact version of PHP? b) Please post the smallest possible form that

Re: [PHP] [Q]PHP not taking input values from forms

2004-02-12 Thread Philip Olson
that tag is working fine and shows me the info. For some reason php will take input values only from the URL, not from the html code. any ideas? A few questions: a) What's the exact version of PHP? b) Please post the smallest possible form that creates this problem.

Re: [PHP] Looking for Spam free php form

2003-11-17 Thread Philip Olson
I am looking for a canned php form which hides the recipient email from prying eyes. Everything I have found uses a hidden field. If you only need the email address on the back end, why not encode it (using your flavor of choice) and stick that value in the hidden field. Then, upon

Re: [PHP] how do i get assosciative name in foreach

2003-08-14 Thread Philip Olson
$arr = array('key' = 'value'); foreach ($arr as $k = $v) { echo $k is the name/key, $v is the value; } Regards, Philip On 8 Aug 2003, Dan Anderson wrote: I want to send an assosciative array to a foreach loop. Is there any way to get the name? For instance, now I have: ?php

Re: [PHP] Old version of PHP

2003-08-10 Thread Philip Olson
Thanks for all the feedback, guys. Is there an errata page somewhere lists known bugs in the PHP interpretter? google php bugs I appreciate the (rather indirect) pointer to the PHP bug tracking site - I didn't know about that. Errata, it seems to me anyway, perform a different

Re: [PHP] Trouble getting $HTTP_RAW_POST_DATA

2003-08-01 Thread Philip Olson
Your script should work fine, and to fix claims made in this thread: a) $HTTP_RAW_POST_DATA is NOT an array, it's a string. b) It does not live in $_SERVER, or rely on register_globals. Your code is wrong because you don't provide names for your fields, so there is no POST data. Assign

Re: [PHP] Missing php.ini file

2003-07-14 Thread Philip Olson
On 14 Jul 2003, Chris Blake wrote: On Mon, 2003-07-14 at 14:13, John W. Holmes wrote: . You can normally just get a new php.ini from here: http://cvs.php.net/co.php/php4/php.ini-dist but it's giving a 505 error right now. May have to wait a bit. First, create a PHP page

Re: [PHP] Strange Problem

2003-07-14 Thread Philip Olson
This is an IIS issue. The install.txt has specific information on this topic, have a look. Also, this comes up a lot and the following bug report is full of newbies asking bogus questions but it also contains some good info: http://bugs.php.net/bug.php?id=12061 So it looks like

Re: [PHP] Missing php.ini file

2003-07-14 Thread Philip Olson
You'll be waiting a long time, until the end of time :) Because the php4 module is now named php-src, so change that in the url and you'll be set. Thanks. Someone needs to change the link in the Configuration chapter of the manual, too, b/c that's how I always find it. :) Done, fixed in

Re: [PHP] imagecreate() error

2003-07-12 Thread Philip Olson
Hello Michelle- a) Only enable one GD dll, so use php_gd2.dll. b) Consider using imagecreatetruecolor() instead but either will work. c) When asking support questions, it's important to say exactly what version, although in this case we know it's 4.3.0-1 as php_gd.dll was removed in

Re: [PHP] Configuration Problems

2003-07-12 Thread Philip Olson
Here's a faq: http://www.faqts.com/knowledge_base/view.phtml/aid/15670/fid/30 You need to upgrade your old DCOM. Regards, Philip On Sat, 12 Jul 2003, Arun wrote: I have installed Apache 2.0.47 and php 4.3.2 in Windows 98. Downloaded the php in the .zip format. The Apache server works

Re: [PHP] php mysql array question

2003-07-11 Thread Philip Olson
On Fri, 11 Jul 2003, CPT John W. Holmes wrote: Is there any php function to pull a query into an array? I know there is a way to get the first row of the results in an array, but I'm having to loop through each row pushing the row onto an array to get the result I'm looking for and it

Re: [PHP] What's this talk about ASP to PHP?

2003-07-10 Thread Philip Olson
On 10 Jul 2003, Jonathan Villa wrote: I've read somewhere about some asptophp convertor/tool/methodology...?? Don't know what it is, that's why I'm asking. I've been asked to help out on a project which might include some already developed basic ASP code. I would rather do it in PHP.

Re: [PHP] Password + login from the AND Basic-Authenticate form

2003-07-10 Thread Philip Olson
On Thu, 10 Jul 2003, Seigo wrote: Please tell me can users login with the html-page form and Basic-authentication? Chapter 16. HTTP authentication with PHP http://www.php.net/features.http-auth Regards, Philip -- PHP General Mailing List

RE: [PHP] $_POST problem

2003-07-09 Thread Philip Olson
The only time you want to use {braces} like that is when you are in a string. None of the suggestions here are in strings, so the use of {braces} is bogus. The following is good: echo Hello {$there['friend']} is good; Note how we're in a string. This topic is very much discussed (with loads

Re: [PHP] MySQL Results - display issue :S

2003-07-09 Thread Philip Olson
On Thu, 10 Jul 2003, Brenton Dobell wrote: I know im probibly getting irritating to most of you :P but i thought i may ask another thing that is on my mind! I have a sql query bringing back 200 rows for arguments sake, From this i would like an answer to 2 issues i have. 1) I know how to

RE: [PHP] $_POST problem

2003-07-09 Thread Philip Olson
On Thu, 10 Jul 2003, Joe Harman wrote: Yeah, me too... LOL... Although, I don't understand the curly brackets... I don't see any examples using them in the manual either... Actually, the manual is pretty clear on this, and with tons of examples: http://www.php.net/types.string

Re: [PHP] print vs heredoc

2003-07-08 Thread Philip Olson
As to which is faster is does not really matter as the speed of echo print and heredoc is dictated by the connection speed to the requesting client. If this is a factor in your overall operation you can use output buffering to save the contents and output them at the end of your script.

Re: [PHP] Reading from remote file

2003-07-06 Thread Philip Olson
This is already fixed in CVS. The entire example is bogus, it should not be using filesize($filename) either. Here's what's in CVS (the manual will be rebuilt sometime in the next week): ?php $handle = fopen (http://www.example.com/;, rb); $contents = ; do { $data = fread($handle, 8192);

Re: [PHP] how to modify in the db

2003-07-06 Thread Philip Olson
use UPDATE Also, be sure to learn basic SQL before use: http://www.w3schools.com/sql/ http://www.sqlcourse.com/ http://www.onlamp.com/pub/ct/19 Regards, Philip On Sun, 6 Jul 2003, Kevin Fradkin wrote: hi... i have this secuence to insert data to my db mysql_query (INSERT INTO

Re: [PHP] Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach()

2003-07-06 Thread Philip Olson
On Sun, 6 Jul 2003, arnaud gonzales wrote: Hi all, I am getting crazy, can't understand what i missed! Does anybody know? $champs = array (titre_art = h3 ,nom = bleu, prenom = green, resume = bold); foreach($champs as $key = $value) { echo td

Re: [PHP] Q on echo phpinfo() ;

2003-07-05 Thread Philip Olson
You may set the location of php.ini by using the PHPRC environment variable or during ./configure use the --with-config-file-path directive. Maybe you should just copy a php.ini into the directory PHP is looking for it in, which appears to be C:\WINNIT. If PHP was actually reading a php.ini,

Re: [PHP] how to :: multi select

2003-07-04 Thread Philip Olson
On Fri, 4 Jul 2003, Thomas Hochstetter wrote: Hi guys, This might just be off the topic, but here it goes anyway: How can one multi select check boxes and pass them through in php, without getting mixed up with variables (email multi select style). Read these faqs:

Re: [PHP] date() function and timestamps

2003-07-03 Thread Philip Olson
:) You are using an m where you want an i. Regards, Philip On Thu, 3 Jul 2003, Garrick Linn wrote: Hello all, I seem to be running into a problem where the date() function appears not to differentiate properly between unix timestamps. For example, the code: ?php $seconds =

Re: [PHP] states

2003-07-01 Thread Philip Olson
Does anyone know of any built in functions or options for the US states? I want to make a drop down menu and some other things which have the 50 states in it. Is there any shortcut for this with PHP, or do I need to do it all manually in HTML? Please let me know. Thanks. Here's one:

Re: [PHP] Concatenate

2003-06-30 Thread Philip Olson
how can i concatenate two strings? i cant seem to find the function... thanks :) Read this: http://www.php.net/manual/en/language.operators.string.php And then this: http://www.php.net/manual/en/language.types.string.php Regards, Philip -- PHP General Mailing List

RE: [PHP] $_POST problem SUPERGLOBALS

2003-06-29 Thread Philip Olson
It would be best to read the manual pages on superglobals and retrieving external variables as the manual explains these topics in detail: http://www.php.net/reserved.variables http://www.php.net/variables.external Regards, Philip On Sun, 29 Jun 2003, esctoday.com | Wouter van Vliet

Re: [PHP] PHP5 with MySQL on windows

2003-06-29 Thread Philip Olson
Hello Janet- Currently you have two choices: a) Compile PHP 5 on Windows yourself, with MySQL support b) Wait for a DLL to exist There isn't a DLL right now, nor do I know when one will exist. But, you can be pretty sure that one will eventually exist, especially before PHP 5 is

Re: [PHP] ?xml version=1.0 encoding=UTF-8

2003-06-23 Thread Philip Olson
On Mon, 23 Jun 2003, Doug Essinger-Hileman wrote: On 23 Jun 2003 at 13:22, CPT John W. Holmes wrote: The first two characters are opening up a PHP block of code, so you get a parse error. Either disable short open tags in php.ini, I don't have access to php.ini. Can I do this on a

Re: [PHP] Variable from hidden fields shortens.

2003-06-22 Thread Philip Olson
For example: $a = 'a b c'; print $a;// a b c print urlencode($a); // a+b+c So, you want to urlencode your url (the query string). Regards, Philip On Sun, 22 Jun 2003, Denis L. Menezes wrote: I have a form called feedback which has a hidden field as follows : ?php Printinput

Re: [PHP] Is there a way to get rid of \' and \ ?

2003-06-22 Thread Philip Olson
On Sun, 22 Jun 2003, Jason Wong wrote: On Sunday 22 June 2003 06:00, Dan Anderson wrote: I have a form which feeds into an e-mail. When I use the mail function all 's turn into \'s and all s turn into \s. Are you sure it's the mail() function that's doing it? I doubt it. I tried

Re: [PHP] Re: Difference between $_POST[foo] and $_POST['foo']?

2003-06-18 Thread Philip Olson
print $_POST['foo']; // generates a warning The above is only true in PHP 4.3.0-1 as there was a bug that caused the E_NOTICE there. In all other PHP versions, the above will cause a parse error. Regards, Philip -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit:

Re: [PHP] mySQL: Rows and columns

2003-06-18 Thread Philip Olson
On Wed, 18 Jun 2003, zavaboy wrote: I know this is more of a mySQL question but, how do I delete and add rows and columns? Before you touch MySQL or attempt to access it through PHP, you really should learn basic SQL: http://www.sqlcourse.com/ http://www.w3schools.com/sql/

Re: [PHP] User's Screen Resolution Size

2003-06-18 Thread Philip Olson
I what to be able to set a variable based on user's screen resolution. Can anyone tell me who to do that? Use javascript to get the screen resolution and pass it back to your php script thru a hidden form field or some other means. And awhile back someone used this as an example for

RE: [PHP] Re: Difference between $_POST[foo] and $_POST['foo']?

2003-06-17 Thread Philip Olson
This is explained in the manual with tons of examples: http://www.php.net/types.string http://www.php.net/types.array http://www.php.net/types.array#language.types.array.foo-bar Regards, Philip -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit:

[PHP] Re: your mail

2003-06-12 Thread Philip Olson
Looks still broken to me :) yup, but I don't get the problem, everything seems fine on my box.. maybe a problem with vim comments ? can you commit the _right_ WS fix ? thanks in advance :) TABS are EVIL! :) Regards, Philip -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To

Re: [PHP] Re: Using register_globals

2003-06-12 Thread Philip Olson
Won't this topic just die? :) register_globals is not insecure, users are insecure. Yes, you can write insecure code with it on or off, and secure code with it on or off. By users I mean people who write code, and people who use it (the evil users are the ones that use the website, and pass

Re: [PHP] array

2003-06-12 Thread Philip Olson
On Thu, 12 Jun 2003, Diana Castillo wrote: If I write a code like this, $room_type=array(); $room_type[0][0]=4; echo BRvalue in array is .$room_type[0][0]; yet I dont get any results out, what did i do wrong? Nothing wrong with this code, it will work. Your error must be somewhere else.

Re: [PHP] Vmailmgr Functions

2003-06-12 Thread Philip Olson
On Thu, 12 Jun 2003, John Nichel wrote: On PHPBuilder.com, they have functions listed for Vmailmgr in their manual, whereas on PHP.net, no such functions exist. Do these functions exist but not documented on PHP.net? The manual over at phpbuilder is useless, and very old. Do not use that

Re: [PHP] mysql_fetch_array(): supplied argument is not a validMySQL result resource

2003-06-12 Thread Philip Olson
It has to do with you assuming everything will work 100% of the time. It won't. mysql_query() returns false on failure, check for that. Read this recent thread: http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?l=php-generalm=105517588819420 Also, this faq explains it:

Re: [PHP] Re: Re: if ($xxxxx) { function not working?

2003-06-10 Thread Philip Olson
On Tue, 10 Jun 2003, Ben Houlton wrote: Now I get a blank page and all the code... that I can think of is the same... Look here: HTML BODY ?php $db = mysql_connect(localhost,root); mysql_select_db(kangaroo,$db); if ($submit) { if ($id) { [snip] Do this, to help us and you

Re: [PHP] Array[array]

2003-06-10 Thread Philip Olson
On Tue, 10 Jun 2003, Erich Kolb wrote: How do I get a value from an array thats inside of an array? $array = array('a' = 'apple'); print $array['a']; // apple $array = array('a' = array('b' = 'banana')); print $array['a']['b']; // banana $array = array(array(array(array('c' =

Re: [PHP] stripping newlines from a string

2003-06-09 Thread Philip Olson
On Mon, 9 Jun 2003, Charles Kline wrote: Yes. Is weird. I thought this would work too, but for some reason it was not removing them all. I wonder if re-saving the files with UNIX linebreaks (or try DOS) would have any effect. Will report back. $str = str_replace (array(\r, \n), '', $str);

Re: [PHP] Warning: mysql_fetch_row(): supplied argument is not avalid MySQL result resource in f:\.....\none.php on line 286

2003-06-09 Thread Philip Olson
On Mon, 9 Jun 2003, Thomas Seifert wrote: On Mon, 9 Jun 2003 07:35:16 -0300 [EMAIL PROTECTED] (Marcelo Luiz De Laia) wrote: I use phpnuke and it have a sql_layer.php. You are correct, for mysql is mysql_query. But this dont is the problem, I change it and the problem continue! Any

Re: [PHP] how to count memory used by a script

2003-06-09 Thread Philip Olson
On Mon, 9 Jun 2003, Peter Berglund wrote: How do I count the memory usage of a script/page. As of 4.3.2, if you compile PHP with --enable-memory-limit you may use memory_get_usage(). This is documented and will show up when the next PHP manual is built. Regards, Philip -- PHP General

Re: [PHP] Re: Using register_globals

2003-06-08 Thread Philip Olson
[snip] rant register_globals=off won't make good code any better --it's just a safety net for the sloppy coders. [snip] In some sense, register_globals = off makes both bad and good code better, because it means less pollution. So many unused variables get defined with register_globals on

Re: [PHP] popen() in 4.3.2

2003-06-08 Thread Philip Olson
PHP 4.3.0-1 has a bug that made your previous code work, have a look at the fread() docs for why, here's a quote: Note: When reading from network streams or pipes, such as those returned when reading remote files or from popen() and proc_open(), reading will stop after a packet is

Re: [PHP] FILE UPLOAD Q

2003-06-08 Thread Philip Olson
That article is pretty old, and the code sucks. Read this instead: http://www.php.net/features.file-upload It will explain everything. Regards, Philip On Sun, 8 Jun 2003, nabil wrote: Please help me , I want to make any user on my website to submit his CV , or any file to a temp

Re: [PHP] Re: Using register_globals

2003-06-08 Thread Philip Olson
On 08-Jun-2003 Philip Olson wrote: [snip] rant register_globals=off won't make good code any better --it's just a safety net for the sloppy coders. [snip] In some sense, register_globals = off makes both bad and good code better, because it means less pollution. So many

Re: [PHP] file upload script

2003-06-08 Thread Philip Olson
; } else { echo brbr; echo Could Not Copy, Wrong Filetype (.$_FILES['imagefile']['name'].)br; } } ? /form - Original Message - From: Philip Olson [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Rodney Green [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Sunday, June 08, 2003 1:21

Re: [PHP] Gracefully dealing with Cookies OFF

2003-06-07 Thread Philip Olson
On Sat, 7 Jun 2003, Bix wrote: Monty, The best way to avoid SID Hijacks is to assign an IP variable, and an expiration session_register(USERIP); $_SESSION['USERIP'] = $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR']; session_register(EXPIRES); $_SESSION['expires'] = time() + 900; // 900 seconds (15 mins)

Re: [PHP] mod_rewrite rules for the php.net rewritten urls

2003-06-07 Thread Philip Olson
On Sat, 7 Jun 2003, Tularis wrote: I was wondering where I could get the rewrite urls for the rewriting of urls like here on php.net. - Tularis P.S. I don't think they're in the phpweb on CVS, I checked that already What you see in phpweb is what you get, there is no mod_rewrite, just a

Re: [PHP] Sorry, I cannot run apxs

2003-06-07 Thread Philip Olson
I can't build php-4.3.2 with apache 2.0 under a RedHat 9 box. Okay, Apache2 has some issues, and Redhat itself always has issues with it's unique setups... [snip] php compilation fails even when I try just: [EMAIL PROTECTED] php-4.3.2]# ./configure --with-apxs2=/usr/sbin/apxs Okay

Re: [PHP] fsockopen and SSL

2003-06-07 Thread Philip Olson
[snip] but I get following error: Warning: fsockopen() [function.fsockopen]: no SSL support in this build in /usr/home/trivisions/html/sextoymerchant.com/payment/checkout_confirm.ph p on line 64 So does this mean that my PHP installation does not support SSL, and that I have to

Re: [PHP] thumbnail program

2003-06-07 Thread Philip Olson
On Sat, 7 Jun 2003, Artoo wrote: Anyone know of a good free thumbnail program that can be called from a PHP script using the exec() call or something similar? By far, the most popular are the tools offered by ImageMagick, such as mogrify: http://www.imagemagick.org/www/mogrify.html

Re: [PHP] file upload script

2003-06-07 Thread Philip Olson
By no errors, do you mean you have a PHP version greater than PHP 4.2.0 and checked the ['error'] code, and it has a value of 0? Are you sure you want the filename to be $file_name? I doubt you do. Regards, Philip ref: http://www.php.net/features.file-upload On Sat, 7 Jun 2003, Rodney Green

Re: [PHP] XML Parser Problem

2003-06-07 Thread Philip Olson
On Sun, 8 Jun 2003, Dustin Pate wrote: Fatal error: Call to undefined function: xml_parser_create() in /home/httpd/rootdir/sstats/includes/XPath.class.php on line 1410 I now get this error on my phpsysinfo page. I have changed nothing in my install except for updating recently. My Linux

Re: [PHP] thumbnail program

2003-06-07 Thread Philip Olson
thumbnail is another good search term to throw into the mix. Regards, Philip Philip Olson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message news:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Sat, 7 Jun 2003, Artoo wrote: Anyone know of a good free thumbnail program that can be called from a PHP script using the exec() call

Re: [PHP] PDF

2003-06-06 Thread Philip Olson
Odds are you don't need PDFlib at all. The docs at php.net/pdf link to the following faq: How can I generate PDF files without using the non-free and commercial libraries ClibPDF and PDFLib? I'd like something that's free and doesn't require external PDF libraries.

Re: [PHP] PHP - File Edit

2003-06-06 Thread Philip Olson
On Fri, 6 Jun 2003, Matt Zur wrote: Does anyone know of a simple program that will let me specify a file within a certain directory to load into a textarea field, let me make changes, then export/replace that file with the changed contents? I tried writing one myself in PHP, but I ran

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