Re: [PHP] OT Match Against

2004-03-09 Thread Richard Baskett
Do you have any idea why this query: SELECT hh_listings.listID, listingName, phone, email, held, venderID, hh_listings.disabled, hh_listings.deleted, hh_listings.levelID, levelName, islandName FROM hh_listings, hh_listlevels, hh_islands WHERE hh_listings.levelID=hh_listlevels.levelID AND

[PHP] OT Match Against

2004-03-08 Thread Richard Baskett
Do you have any idea why this query: SELECT hh_listings.listID, listingName, phone, email, held, venderID, hh_listings.disabled, hh_listings.deleted, hh_listings.levelID, levelName, islandName FROM hh_listings, hh_listlevels, hh_islands WHERE hh_listings.levelID=hh_listlevels.levelID AND

Re: [PHP] E-Commerce Advice? Squirrelcart?

2004-02-23 Thread Richard Baskett
on 2/23/04 9:53, Matt Hedges at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, I am working on using PHP to build a web store. http://www.squirrelcart.com/ looks to be pretty good for a shopping cart- does anyone have any experience with this or others? Also, what suggestions do ya'll have for a

Re: [PHP] E-Commerce

2004-02-13 Thread Richard Baskett
on 2/12/04 20:43, Jimmy at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all. Is PHP a suitable language for building an online shop? Where would I go to find out more info on this? Thanks in advance! The best ecommerce shop I have found that runs in PHP and MySQL would be eShox.. a very very very well done

[PHP] Variable variables

2003-12-23 Thread Richard Baskett
Ok I am trying to create a variable from the value of a variable plus some extra text tagged on the end of it. So for example: $test = '_over'; $$CONFIG['island'].$test = 'testing'; echo hawaii = $hawaii_over; How can I do this? Im sure it's possible, but it just is not working for me :(

Re: [PHP] Variable variables

2003-12-23 Thread Richard Baskett
on 12/23/03 11:04, John W. Holmes at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Richard Baskett wrote: Ok I am trying to create a variable from the value of a variable plus some extra text tagged on the end of it. So for example: $test = '_over'; $$CONFIG['island'].$test = 'testing'; ${$CONFIG['island

Re: [PHP] looking for some software (helpdesk, intranet)

2003-11-21 Thread Richard Baskett
on 11/21/03 15:49, Chris W. Parker at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hey everyone, I just googled, freshmeated, and sourceforged but didn't find anything good (or what I thought to be good that was free). I'm looking for some helpdesk software and some intranet software with a MySQL backend.

Re: [PHP] Re: High bandwidth application tips

2003-11-07 Thread Richard Baskett
on 11/7/03 12:08, rush at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Luis Lebron [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message news:[EMAIL PROTECTED] I have been coding php for a few years now, but I haven't build a high bandwidth application. I am currently working on an application for a customer that may have a very

Re: [PHP] Code optimization: single vs. double quotes?

2003-10-24 Thread Richard Baskett
on 10/24/03 0:47, Nathan Taylor at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am a recent fan of the single-quotes. I used to use double only but when some gurus told me the disadvantages I converted my entire project over to single quotes. Single quotes are ideal because as far coding goes it greatly

Re: [PHP] New line characters and carriage returns

2003-10-24 Thread Richard Baskett
on 10/24/03 10:00, Jonathan Villa at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: ok, I see, I have to use double quotes around it... why is that? Because they actually have to be evaluated.. when they are in single quotes php thinks they are the string \r\n and not newline or carriage returns that they are

Re: [PHP] (ANNOUNCE) New PHP mailing list *searchable* archives

2003-10-22 Thread Richard Baskett
on 10/22/03 13:32, David T-G at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Richard, et al -- ...and then Richard Baskett said... % % on 10/21/03 16:40, David T-G at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: % % ...and then Marco Tabini said... % % % % php.general for new messages and send back an e-mail to the list

Re: [PHP] (ANNOUNCE) New PHP mailing list *searchable* archives

2003-10-21 Thread Richard Baskett
on 10/21/03 16:40, David T-G at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Marco, et al - ...and then Marco Tabini said... % % Well, one of my original ideas was to have a process that would monitor % php.general for new messages and send back an e-mail to the list with % possible answers based on the

[PHP] error reporting

2003-10-16 Thread Richard Baskett
If I use: ini_set(error_reporting, 0); ini_set(display_errors, 0); It still shows the errors.. if I use the error_reporting function.. it still shows the errors, no matter what I do.. it still shows the errors! What am I missing? I have it set in the php,ini to show errors, but I want to be

Re: [PHP] error reporting

2003-10-16 Thread Richard Baskett
on 10/16/03 16:51, John W. Holmes at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Richard Baskett wrote: If I use: ini_set(error_reporting, 0); ini_set(display_errors, 0); It still shows the errors.. if I use the error_reporting function.. it still shows the errors, no matter what I do.. it still shows

Re: [PHP] error reporting

2003-10-16 Thread Richard Baskett
on 10/16/03 16:51, John W. Holmes at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Richard Baskett wrote: If I use: ini_set(error_reporting, 0); ini_set(display_errors, 0); It still shows the errors.. if I use the error_reporting function.. it still shows the errors, no matter what I do.. it still shows

Re: [PHP] Hanmir I'm gonna kill you, you son of a..........

2003-10-16 Thread Richard Baskett
on 10/16/03 18:35, Ryan A at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Has this crap from hanmir started again? Everytime I post to the list i get that @[EMAIL PROTECTED]@# letter from there telling me his mailbox if full. Nearly every 2 weeks the mods kick the SOB out but he or someone else from that damn

Re: [PHP] Recomended Shopping Carts

2003-10-09 Thread Richard Baskett
on 10/9/03 15:27, Adrian Esteban Madrid at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I need to setup a shopping cart (SP) for a client and time/budget calls for a premade SP. I've checked hotscripts.com and google and it seems to me that there are as many SP in PHP as CMS or Frameworks in PHP, in other words,

Re: [PHP] PHP Bug Problems

2003-10-06 Thread Richard Baskett
on 10/2/03 7:00, Jay Blanchard at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [snip] Because it is not a bug, it is bad code design! 8000+ lines of $x = 1; is just downright goofy! Did you happen to try it with 8000+ repeated blocks of any other type? My bet is that it would quit then too. Yeah no crash

Re: [PHP] PHP Bug Problems

2003-10-02 Thread Richard Baskett
on 10/2/03 5:12 AM, Jay Blanchard at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [snip] So I tried it out.. at first I created a loop that assigned $x = 1; a whole bunch of times, but that didn¹t crash anything.. .. 7996 Well to make an already long story short.. it looks like after a couple of hours

Re: [PHP] PHP Bug Problems

2003-10-02 Thread Richard Baskett
on 10/2/03 7:00 AM, Jay Blanchard at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [snip] Because it is not a bug, it is bad code design! 8000+ lines of $x = 1; is just downright goofy! Did you happen to try it with 8000+ repeated blocks of any other type? My bet is that it would quit then too. Yeah no crash

[PHP] Re: PHP Bug Problems

2003-10-02 Thread Richard Baskett
on 10/1/03 7:50 PM, Richard Baskett at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Well I saw a post on a forum talking about a certain bug that PHP has for Mac OS X.. so I thought.. Im on OS X, I should see if that bug is real since on bugs.php.net they say it's bogus which you can view here: http

Re: [PHP] Re: your method for validating forms

2003-10-02 Thread Richard Baskett
on 10/2/03 2:05 PM, Chris W. Parker at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Robert Cummings mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] on Thursday, October 02, 2003 12:15 PM said: Heeey, a great little response like this to see an alternative to a popup and no link for us to check it out *pffft*

[PHP] PHP Bug Problems

2003-10-01 Thread Richard Baskett
Well I saw a post on a forum talking about a certain bug that PHP has for Mac OS X.. so I thought.. Im on OS X, I should see if that bug is real since on bugs.php.net they say it's bogus which you can view here: http://bugs.php.net/bug.php?id=25394 So I tried it out.. at first I created a loop

Re: [PHP] Testing Variables

2003-10-01 Thread Richard Baskett
on 10/1/03 8:23 PM, Gerard Samuel at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've noticed code written in this order - if (FALSE === $foo) { // yada yada } Is there a reason/benefit to test variables like that instead of - if ($foo === FALSE) { // yada yada } Thanks I think it's more to

Re: [PHP] Is there an issue using sessions with IE/Mac?

2003-09-09 Thread Richard Baskett
on 9/9/03 9:33 AM, Matt MacLeod at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've built a log in system which sets the user's id as a session if succesfully logged in. However, a user on IE5/Mac tells me that the site logs her out even though she has entered the correct login details. I have tried using her

Re: [PHP] Is there an issue using sessions with IE/Mac?

2003-09-09 Thread Richard Baskett
on 9/9/03 11:46 AM, Lowell Allen at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've built a log in system which sets the user's id as a session if succesfully logged in. However, a user on IE5/Mac tells me that the site logs her out even though she has entered the correct login details. I have tried using her

[PHP] PEAR

2003-09-04 Thread Richard Baskett
Ok I have loaded the new version of php 4.3.3, but now how in the world do I enable PEAR? I have a couple of scripts that just call a pear php script, but it says it doesn¹t exist.. does this mean that I need to change the include path? How do I include all those pear classes? Thanks! Rick Too

Re: [PHP] PHP Interview questions

2003-08-26 Thread Richard Baskett
on 8/26/03 9:57 AM, Robert Cummings at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: This smells like a trick question... Are the switches connected to the same light bulb? You've only mentioned one light bulb? 8) Cheers, Rob. On Tue, 2003-08-26 at 12:35, Jay Blanchard wrote: Also ask a couple of other

Re: [PHP] webserver for mac

2003-08-26 Thread Richard Baskett
on 8/26/03 10:50 AM, Edward Peloke at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello all, I am doing some php work for a local company who uses a mac. I was telling them that I use apache as my webserver and they want to know what they can use as their webserver. I know nothing about Macs and don't think

Re: [PHP] is the list getting virus spammed?

2003-08-20 Thread Richard Baskett
I am getting these majordomo mails as well, thought it was a problem at my end. grrr, people who use the redmond operating system deserve to be plagued by viruses. Here here! Ill second that! I will persist until I succeed. Always will I take another step. If that is of no avail I will take

Re: [PHP] is the list getting virus spammed?

2003-08-19 Thread Richard Baskett
I think you guys are bragging :) I have had over 100 easily.. about 3 or 4 every 5 minutes.. it's pretty bad. I work with a bunch of colleges and I think they are the ones getting hit the worse :( Rick I look forward to the invention of faster-than-light travel. What I'm not looking forward

Re: [PHP] Category and sub-category logic

2003-08-15 Thread Richard Baskett
Wouldn¹t it just be easier to do a relationship table as in Personnel emp ID parent 'Albert' 1 0 'Bert'2 1 'Chuck' 3 1 'Donna' 4 0 'Eddie' 5 4 'Fred'6 0 'Joe' 7 6 This way you know the

[PHP] Importing file

2003-08-14 Thread Richard Baskett
When I import a file using the file() function it is screwing up any spanish accents and putting in some strange characters in their place. Is there something that I can do to remedy this? So for example something like 'é' is being turned into '-', or 'í' is being turned into '£' etc etc..

Re: [PHP] Re: UPS Address Validation PHP Class

2003-08-14 Thread Richard Baskett
Validation PHP Class Hello, On 08/13/2003 06:35 PM, Richard Baskett wrote: Do any of you know of a PHP Class that will interact with the UPS address validation routine? I am completely confused when it comes to UPS and how they integrate things.. and have been saved by someone's UPS Rate Class

[PHP] UPS Address Validation PHP Class

2003-08-14 Thread Richard Baskett
Do any of you know of a PHP Class that will interact with the UPS address validation routine? I am completely confused when it comes to UPS and how they integrate things.. and have been saved by someone's UPS Rate Class, but now I need an Address Validator. Please please please help! Thanks!

[PHP] payflow pro with php

2003-08-03 Thread Richard Baskett
Ok I am having some serious problems with payflow pro.. Has anybody else had the problem that when you execute the test.sh script it works fine, but when you do the exact same thing in php it gives you a failed to connect response message? If so what in the world did you do to get it to work?

Re: [PHP] Redirect to HTTPS

2003-08-01 Thread Richard Baskett
This is how I do it: if ($_SERVER['HTTPS']!='on') { header(Location: https://mynet.com/pay.php;); exit; } It is my ambition to say in ten sentences; what others say in a whole book. - Friedrich Nietzsche From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Fri, 1 Aug 2003 10:20:58 +0200 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [PHP] howto set variablevalue with link?

2003-08-01 Thread Richard Baskett
yeah you can set a variable this way: http://www.example.com/test.php?var=something This sets the variables $var equal to something and you can use them accordingly within your script. If you have safe mode on then you'll need to access the $var variable by using the $_GET array like so:

Re: [PHP] COUNT(*)

2003-08-01 Thread Richard Baskett
Actually that does retrieve the number of rows.. // Query $query = SELECT COUNT(*) AS count FROM pet; // Execute Query $result = mysql_query($query); // Get the result of query named count $count = mysql_result($result,0); echo $count. is the number of rows; Cheers! Rick In order to seek

Re: [PHP] looking for scheduling program

2003-07-30 Thread Richard Baskett
Or just go to http://www.birthdayalarm.com/ and have them do it for you :) I regard as a mortal sin not only the lying of the senses in matters of love, but also the illusion which the senses seek to create where love is only partial. I say, I believe, that one must love with all of one's being,

Re: [PHP] osCommerce and modifications

2003-07-18 Thread Richard Baskett
You might want to look at eShox, it's based on osCommerce, but in my opinion it's quite a lot better. Cheers! Rick The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift. - Albert Einstein

Re: [PHP] eShox

2003-07-18 Thread Richard Baskett
Mostly eShox you are paying for support. It's a great program and the support is unmatchable.. whenever I had questions support would email me back sometimes instantaneously, and other times.. within a couple of hours. I can get you $50 off if you would like since I work with them quite a bit for

Re: [PHP] Re: Problem getting phpMyAdmin to work on localhost

2003-07-15 Thread Richard Baskett
Fr one, you'll probably want to make a symbolic link to make your url look a little prettier and make it easy on you for upgrades. So for example if you make a symbolic link from phpMyAdmin-2.5.2-rc2 to phpMyAdmin then every single time you upgrade you just ungzip your directory, then recreate

Re: [PHP] [ML] Are there any announcement rules for this list?(was Re: [PHP] Re: NEW SPAMMER ...)

2003-07-08 Thread Richard Baskett
Ill second that.. err third that.. I like to hear announcements also.. as long as they are PHP based of course :) +1 for me also. Rick You will never be happy if you continue to search for what happiness consists of. You will never live if you are looking for the meaning of life. - Albert Camus

[PHP] PHP forum

2003-07-08 Thread Richard Baskett
Ok some of you might not like this, others of you will know exactly what I mean, but it just reminded me so much of this forum that I am sure some of you will catch the humor in it: http://www.mac-forums.com/forums/showpost.php?postid=5736postcount=85 Please keep your flames directed at me

Re: [PHP] PHP/Content Management

2003-07-07 Thread Richard Baskett
Do you realize that link does not work with the Safari browser? it just shows up blank :( Rick When one door closes, another opens; but we often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door that we do not see the one which has opened for us. - Alexander Graham Bell From: Robert Samuel

Re: [PHP] Re: Warning Spammer

2003-06-10 Thread Richard Baskett
Yeah that's why I use this address [EMAIL PROTECTED], I receive a whole bunch of junk mail to that address because of my replies or questions to this list. I have tried to get the archives password protected the way apple does it or other mailing lists do it, but I didn¹t receive that much

Re: [PHP] php and flash chat program

2003-06-09 Thread Richard Baskett
What I normally do in these situations is have two fields separated by tabs or commas or whatever you want. The first field is the username and the second field is a timestamp. The timestamp can be updated every time the user writes a message, since Im sure you are logging also.. or after, say

Re: [PHP] php and flash chat program

2003-06-09 Thread Richard Baskett
. - Unknown From: Matt Palermo [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Mon, 9 Jun 2003 21:37:20 -0400 To: 'Richard Baskett' [EMAIL PROTECTED], 'PHP General' [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: RE: [PHP] php and flash chat program I realize that this can be done, but I would like to make it as instant as possible. I

Re: [PHP] A Question with heredoc

2003-06-08 Thread Richard Baskett
Im not sure if this is your problem, but it was mine awhile ago :) Make sure there are no spaces after closing off heredoc.. so on your line: EOF; Make sure there is nothing except a hard return, no spaces, no characters.. nothing! Cheers! Rick By three methods we may learn wisdom: First, by

Re: [PHP] So many functions!

2003-04-02 Thread Richard Baskett
What I would do is first read a cookie that you set on the clients machine that follows the accept language guidelines.. so just the first two letters then if that is not set, then take the browsers languages $HTTP_ACCEPT_LANGUAGE and use them. So instead of english you would have 'en', espanol =

Re: [PHP] language translations on php site

2003-03-05 Thread Richard Baskett
Take a look at: http://www.php.net/manual/en/reserved.variables.php and scroll down to the HTTP_ACCEPT_LANGUAGE constant. When you set your language variable within your browser, the HTTP_ACCEPT_LANGUAGE constant can be accessed by $_SERVER['HTTP_ACCEPT_LANGUAGE']. It results in a two letter

Re: [PHP] A NAME= question

2003-03-04 Thread Richard Baskett
for ($i = 1; $i 6; $i++) { echo a name=\#{$I}\Destination/a\n; } You forgot the # sign. Cheers! Rick Happiness is not a destination. It is a method of life. - Burton Hills From: Beauford.2002 [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Tue, 4 Mar 2003 17:21:20 -0500 To: HWG Basics [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc:

Re: [PHP] A NAME= question

2003-03-04 Thread Richard Baskett
.2002 [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Tue, 4 Mar 2003 20:21:05 -0500 To: Richard Baskett [EMAIL PROTECTED], PHP General [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [PHP] A NAME= question Thanks for the info, but the # is not used in this way from the information I have read. a name=anchor_name

[PHP] quick echo output

2003-03-03 Thread Richard Baskett
Ok most all programs I see they use ?php echo $somevar; ? within the html. Now I have always used the shortened version ?=$somevar? Is there a reason why I should not use this? I've never had any problems with this way of doing things, but I just don't see anyone else using that format.. Cheers!

[PHP] 404 and parsing templates

2003-02-27 Thread Richard Baskett
Ok I created an engine, an extremely simple engine that parses a template file and then according to whatever page and language it is on it calls that template. Now the problem is that, well let me give you an example: I have a page called index.php which only has an include_once function in

[PHP] php Warning help!

2003-02-26 Thread Richard Baskett
Warning: Unknown(path/index.php): failed to create stream: Permission denied in Unknown on line 0 Warning: Unknown(): Failed opening '/path/index.php' for inclusion (include_path='.:/path/phpinc/') in Unknown on line 0 What in the world is going on here? I've set all my files to 777 just to

Re: [PHP] Mail (), BBC: recipients not receiving my Newsletter

2003-02-26 Thread Richard Baskett
Yeah I am having the same problem also.. it used to work and Im not sure when it happened.. it just doesn¹t work anymore.. Someone enlighten us? Rick When one door closes, another opens; but we often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door that we do not see the one which has

Re: [PHP] iCal parser and importing iCal to database

2003-01-30 Thread Richard Baskett
Doesn't iCal use the vCalendar vCal format? Kind of like vCards, but to deal with Calendar information.. it should be easy to write something that will parse that.. Cheers! Rick The greatest trick the devil ever played was convincing the world he didn't exist. - Unknown From: Reuben D.

Re: [PHP] Why PHP doesn't work with Apache2?

2003-01-23 Thread Richard Baskett
Ok I am hearing a bad rumor that Red Hat 8.0 and the Mac xserve both come with Apache 2.. now is this a rumor or is this true? If it's true.. why? And does anybody have any experience in uninstalling Apache 2 on the xserve and does it break anything? Cheers! Rick Don't walk in front of me, I

[PHP] php.ini, mysql, recompiled php

2003-01-10 Thread Richard Baskett
For some reason the php.ini file is not being compiled into php on runtime with Apache 2.. I tried to make a change within the php.ini mysql.default_socket or something similar to change where php looked for the mysql socket and it wouldn¹t show up on phpinfo.. so I changed it within the

[PHP] system()

2003-01-06 Thread Richard Baskett
When using the system() function, let's say starting up a program, can that program start in the background while the rest of the page is parsed or does it have to wait until the system command has finished whatever it is doing? Rick Dost thou love life? Then do not squander time; for that's the

[PHP] Empty messages from PHP General...

2003-01-06 Thread Richard Baskett
Any idea why Im getting these empty messages? Rick Freedom and immorality can not co-exist because freedom requires personal responsibility. - Unknown -- Forwarded Message From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Mon, 6 Jan 2003 17:41:19 -0500 (EST) -- End of Forwarded Message -- PHP General

[PHP] PHP sendmail configuration

2003-01-06 Thread Richard Baskett
Ok I know it's off topic, but I've been working on this for over 5 hours now and I almost have it configured, but something is definitely wrong! Basically I can send email using sendmail by this command: echo Just a test | mail -s test [EMAIL PROTECTED] Now [EMAIL PROTECTED] receives the email,

[PHP] system()

2003-01-05 Thread Richard Baskett
When using the system() function, let's say starting up a program, can that program start in the background while the rest of the page is parsed or does it have to wait until the system command has finished whatever it is doing? Rick Dost thou love life? Then do not squander time; for that's the

Re: [PHP] Excel to MySQL

2003-01-03 Thread Richard Baskett
You could export, or save as a tab delimited text file, then go ahead and use phpMyAdmin or a custom script to pull all that data into the database. It really shouldn¹t be much of a problem coming from Excel. Cheers! Rick Finish each day and be done with it. You have done what you could; some

Re: [PHP] Hello and help

2003-01-03 Thread Richard Baskett
Use this instead: ?php $Host=localhost; $User=us34992a; $Password=*; $DBname=db34992a; $Tablename=calendar; $Link=mysql_pconnect($Host, $User, $Password) or die (YOu suck1); $db=mysql_select_db($DBname, $Link) or die (ISUCKEGGS); $result=mysql_query(SELECT * from calendar, $Link) or die (YOu

Re: [PHP] take text before '-' and after it

2002-12-12 Thread Richard Baskett
$song = They Might Be Giants - No!.mp3 $arr = explode(' - ', $song); $length = strlen($arr[1]); // gets char length of song $artist = $arr[0]; $song = substr($arr[1], 0, ($length-4); // deletes the .mp3 off of song name Cheers! Rick He who is devoid of the power to forgive is devoid of the

Re: [PHP] PHP Redirects

2002-12-12 Thread Richard Baskett
Sure is: header(Location: somepage.ext); exit; Cheers! Rick If you think you're too small to have an impact, try going to bed with a mosquito in the room. - Anita Koddick From: James Johnson [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Thu, 12 Dec 2002 12:30:19 -0800 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [PHP] PHP

Re: [PHP] Session Issues when Cookies are Disabled

2002-12-12 Thread Richard Baskett
You could put it in yourself action=somepage.php?=sid? or my preference is stick the session as a hidden field input type=hidden name=PHPSESSID value=?=sid? / Cheers! Rick Finish each day and be done with it. You have done what you could; some blunders and absurdities have crept in; forget

[PHP] fgetcsv Help

2002-12-11 Thread Richard Baskett
I am parsing a csv file with fgetcsv and the fields are surrounding by double quotes, now I am running into a problem periodically that when there are quotes within the value it is treating it like another value instead of the same value. Any ideas on how to get around that? I am thinking I

Re: [PHP] fgetcsv Help

2002-12-11 Thread Richard Baskett
I did email the company that the csv feed is coming from so we'll see what comes of that. I really hope they fix it. Well here is what I did to solve the problem: I pulled the csv file in using file(), then found the string length, used substr() to get rid of the first double quote in the line

Re: [PHP] Escaping '#' Sign

2002-12-11 Thread Richard Baskett
Why don't you just try: $cust2 = str_replace('#','#35;',$cust); That should replace all instances of # with it's html entity equivalent. If that doesn¹t work then there is something else wrong with your script and we'll need to see it all! :) Rick People who drink to drown their sorrow should

[PHP] Delete array element

2002-12-11 Thread Richard Baskett
How can I delete a key and it's value from an array? for example: $test = array(0='yes', 2='no', 5='maybe', 7='so'); And I wanted to delete the second key 2 so I could end up with an array like so: $test = array(0='yes', 5='maybe', 7='so'); How would I go about doing that? Thanks! Rick If

Re: [PHP] Delete array element

2002-12-11 Thread Richard Baskett
will make you worse; however, if I treat you as though you are what you are capable of becoming, I help you become that. - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe From: John W. Holmes [EMAIL PROTECTED] Organization: U.S. Army Reply-To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Wed, 11 Dec 2002 21:37:18 -0500 To: 'Richard Baskett

Re: [PHP] Delete array element

2002-12-11 Thread Richard Baskett
*sigh* n/m I just got rid of the curly braces and that did the trick. Thanks! Rick Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind. - Albert Einstein From: Richard Baskett [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Wed, 11 Dec 2002 18:50:20 -0800 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED], PHP General [EMAIL

[PHP] Flushing Output

2002-12-10 Thread Richard Baskett
Is there a way of flushing output to the browser. So for example, I have a script that checks things in a database, every check, or every hundred checks it would be nice to output something to the browser.. currently it finishes what it does, or after a minute or so it then shows the final page

Re: [PHP] Hiding Errors

2002-12-05 Thread Richard Baskett
If it is a function that you are getting an error on, just go ahead and put a '@' sign before the function so for example @fopen(); or you can change the error reporting in the php.ini file. I do believe there is an error reporting function also, but off the top of my head I cant remember what it

Re: [PHP] Struggling with code

2002-12-04 Thread Richard Baskett
Get rid of the double quotes around your variables so: $sql = UPDATE $table_name SET name='$name', lname='$lname', mobil='$mobil' etc etc etc Cheers! Rick Sir my concern is not whether God is on our side. My great concern is to be on God's side. - Abraham Lincoln On Thursday 05 December 2002

Re: [PHP] From ASP to PHP please help

2002-09-06 Thread Richard Baskett
Look up a program called asp2php. That should definitely get you started! Cheers! Rick The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift. - Albert Einstein From: Iguider [EMAIL

Re: [PHP] String Question

2002-07-31 Thread Richard Baskett
? $string = 'abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz'; $strNum = ceil(strlen($string)/8); for ($i=0; $i$strNum; $i++) $newString[] = substr($string, ($i*8), 8); for ($j=0; $jcount($newString); $j++) echo string$j = $newString[$j]br /; ? Rick A sense of humor can help you over look the unattractive,

Re: [PHP] Newman Asks, Do i have to use session_name('sid') every...

2002-07-25 Thread Richard Baskett
Just once when you first create the session. Rick This is the final test of a gentleman--his respect for those who can be of no possible service to him. - William Lyon Phelps From: Philip J. Newman [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Thu, 25 Jul 2002 19:43:23 +1200 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [PHP]

Re: [PHP] printing results from mysql fetch array

2002-07-25 Thread Richard Baskett
Well you could do something like this: while ($row = mysql_fetch_array) { echo trtd$row[data1]/td/tr } This will print out a table row for every record.. Now if you just want to print specific records then you might as well do that in the select statement to your database and then use the

[PHP] Speeding up PHP or MySQL

2002-07-24 Thread Richard Baskett
Is there anyways to speed up MySQL queries? Or showing the results through PHP? I have several queries that have about 8 left joins or so.. Yes very huge and when you have lots of people using these functions at once it really slows down.. Are there any practices that you can think of that would

Re: [PHP] Trouble with \

2002-07-24 Thread Richard Baskett
Try this function: http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.stripslashes.php Rick And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away. - Revelation 21:4

Re: [PHP] Trouble with \

2002-07-24 Thread Richard Baskett
It's extremely important as to where you put the function within your script. I know it's basic and goes without saying, but hey a lot of mistakes that we make.. Especially late at night, are ones that embarrass us after we find out the answer :) I guess I would have to find out exactly what

Re: [PHP] Newman's PHP sessions management.

2002-07-24 Thread Richard Baskett
You can either change it in your php.ini file or using the session_name() function Rick The greater danger for most of us is not that our aim is too high and we miss it, but that it is too low and we reach it. - Michelangelo From: Philip J. Newman [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Thu, 25 Jul 2002

Re: [PHP] Password Generator Script

2002-07-24 Thread Richard Baskett
Credits are with the file. Cheers! Rick Finish each day and be done with it. You have done what you could; some blunders and absurdities have crept in; forget them as soon as you can. Tomorrow is a new day; you shall begin it serenely and with too high a spirit to be encumbered with your old

Re: [PHP] Credit card checks?

2002-07-23 Thread Richard Baskett
Try this: http://www.AnalysisAndSolutions.com/code/ccvs-ph.htm Rick A sense of humor can help you over look the unattractive, tolerate the unpleasant, cope with the unexpected, and smile through the unbearable. - Moshe Waldoks From: Jas [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Tue, 23 Jul 2002 12:09:48

Re: [PHP] Credit card checks?

2002-07-23 Thread Richard Baskett
looked at that class file and I don't want someone elses example to use, I want to build my own but have no way of knowing what makes up a valid visa number etc Jas Richard Baskett [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message [EMAIL PROTECTED]">news:[EMAIL PROTECTED]... Try this:

Re: [PHP] Sessions without cookies : forms

2002-07-22 Thread Richard Baskett
You need to start the session before any html. So: ?php session_start(); ? html Cheers! Rick Too much caution is bad for you. By avoiding things you fear, you may let yourself in for unhappy consequences. It is usually wiser to stand up to a scary-seeming experience and walk right into it,

Re: [PHP] PHP Security Advisory: Vulnerability in PHP versions4.2.0 and 4.2.1

2002-07-22 Thread Richard Baskett
Well from the sound of it, it's a quick painless process to upgrade php to the newest version using the patch. Can anyone that has done it comment on the complexities of the upgrade? Im just going on what it says on the php homepage... Rick When you walk to the edge of all the light you have

Re: [PHP] Password in script

2002-07-18 Thread Richard Baskett
Ok I am going to give out my little secret that was passed to me. Your worry is warranted in my opinion especially since let's say your isp is in the middle of an upgrade or something happens to php that breaks it.. Now your php code is being shown as regular text.. Anybody can see your code.

Re: [PHP] Date () Help please

2002-07-15 Thread Richard Baskett
$today = date(w); // $today will result in '1' $today = date(D); // $today will result in 'Mon' $today = date(l); // $today will result in 'Monday' Now if you wanted to feed the script something like this: $string = 01 Jul 2002; $today = date(l,strtotime($string)); This will result in the long

Re: [PHP] Dumb session / cookie / password questions

2002-07-10 Thread Richard Baskett
What I have done in the past is create a session variable that tells me that the person using that session is valid. It's really really hard to spoof a session variable. I did it this way after awhile since the original way that I did it was by checking their username/password in the session on

Re: [PHP] question varibles and url

2002-07-10 Thread Richard Baskett
I think you sent the wrong file... Rick Until you have learned to be tolerant with those who do not always agree with you; until you have cultivated the habit of saying some kind word of those whom you do not admire; until you have formed the habit of looking for the good instead of the bad

Re: [PHP] varible in url question

2002-07-10 Thread Richard Baskett
It works fine on my system. If you have register globals off you'll need to do it this way: ?php $sort = (!$_GET[sort]) ? 'day' : $_GET[sort]; echo(sort: . $sort); ? Rick And many strokes though with a little axe hew down and fell the hardest-timbered oak. - Shakespeare From: sven

Re: [PHP] ?????????????????????????????????

2002-07-09 Thread Richard Baskett
Im just trying to get it so that all emails from him redirect back to him.. I wonder if they would be alerted to the problem if everyone on the list did that.. Hmm.. :) Rick The old law about an eye for an eye leaves everybody blind. - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. From: Chris Boget [EMAIL

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2002-07-09 Thread Richard Baskett
Bounce bounce bounce! From: Rodolfo Gonzalez [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Tue, 9 Jul 2002 14:32:17 -0500 (CDT) To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [PHP] ?? ØØÅ To the kind moderator of the

Re: [PHP] Best Delete Confirmation Script

2002-06-27 Thread Richard Baskett
This is the one that I use: script language=JavaScript !-- function confirmSubmit(text) { var yes = confirm(text); if (yes) return true; else return false; } // -- /script input type=submit name=Delete value=Delete onclick=return confirmSubmit('Are you sure you want to DELETE this

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