[PHP] Split/Group date together.

2013-07-18 Thread Karl-Arne Gjersøyen
Hello again. In my program I have this: mysql SELECT * FROM transportdokument WHERE dato = '16/7/2013' AND dato = '18/7/2013'; This list all reccrds for 3 days. I need a way to split it up for every day even when the requst is as above and don't know in what way I can do it. I like to have all

Re: [PHP] Split/Group date together.

2013-07-18 Thread Bastien Koert
Normally, what I do here is handle that in the loop to display the records ... so start by adding an order by clause to keep the dates together SELECT * FROM transportdokument WHERE dato = '16/7/2013' AND dato = '18/7/2013' order by dato $prior_date = ; $sHTML = table; while($rows =

Re: [PHP] Split/Group date together.

2013-07-18 Thread Larry Garfield
If I understand you correctly, I call what you're trying to do PHP group by, and did a write up on it a few years back: http://www.garfieldtech.com/blog/php-group-by-with-arrays --Larry Garfield On 7/18/13 8:43 AM, Karl-Arne Gjersøyen wrote: Hello again. In my program I have this: mysql

[PHP] Split

2011-12-13 Thread Jack
OK so I have seen enough errors about split, so I decided to update my code: return split(/, $sPath, $iMax); I tried: return preg_split(/, $sPath, $iMax); return preg_split(/, $sPath, $iMax, PREG_SPLIT_DELIM_CAPTURE); and a few other combinations, in the end always with errors. not

Re: [PHP] Split

2011-12-13 Thread Daniel Brown
On Tue, Dec 13, 2011 at 15:33, Jack jacklistm...@gmail.com wrote: OK so I have seen enough errors about split, so I decided to update my code:  return split(/, $sPath, $iMax); I tried: return preg_split(/, $sPath, $iMax); return preg_split(/, $sPath, $iMax, PREG_SPLIT_DELIM_CAPTURE);

Re: [PHP] Split

2011-12-13 Thread Dajka Tamás
Hi, First, read the help of 'preg_replace' at php.net. Second: try this: preg_split('/\//',$sPath,$iMax) Third: use explode: explode('/',) Cheers, Tamas 2011.12.13. dátummal, 21:33 időpontban Jack jacklistm...@gmail.com írta: OK so I have seen enough errors about split, so I

[PHP] Split up Date Range

2009-07-01 Thread Matt Neimeyer
I haven't been able to find anything by googling... Does anyone know of any libraries that will split up date ranges? We've got a project where Date Of Attendance is moving from a single type in character field to an automatically built field based on a DateBegin date field and a DateEnd date

Re: [PHP] Split up Date Range

2009-07-01 Thread Ashley Sheridan
On Wednesday 01 July 2009 16:25:29 Matt Neimeyer wrote: I haven't been able to find anything by googling... Does anyone know of any libraries that will split up date ranges? We've got a project where Date Of Attendance is moving from a single type in character field to an automatically built

Re: [PHP] Split up Date Range

2009-07-01 Thread Adam Shannon
It would be easier to standardize the input so you only have to run one regular expression check to validate and then split the data up. On Wed, Jul 1, 2009 at 10:33 AM, Ashley Sheridan a...@ashleysheridan.co.ukwrote: On Wednesday 01 July 2009 16:25:29 Matt Neimeyer wrote: I haven't been able

Re: [PHP] split in to multiple pages ( pagination)

2007-09-18 Thread Joker7
In news: [EMAIL PROTECTED] - Greg Donald wrote : On Sat, 15 Sep 2007, Joker7 wrote: I'm using the code below to display news articles-which works great apart from. I can control the number of articles,but I would like to add a link to the bottom of the page to the un-displayed articles (

[PHP] split in to multiple pages (I think)

2007-09-15 Thread Joker7
Hi, I'm using the code below to display news articles-which works great apart from. I can control the number of articles,but I would like to add a link to the bottom of the page to the un-displayed articles ( nexted 5 articles and so on) any pointers would be most welcome as most know my PHP

Re: [PHP] split in to multiple pages (I think)

2007-09-15 Thread Greg Donald
On Sat, 15 Sep 2007, Joker7 wrote: I'm using the code below to display news articles-which works great apart from. I can control the number of articles,but I would like to add a link to the bottom of the page to the un-displayed articles ( nexted 5 articles and so on) any pointers would be

[PHP] Split string

2007-05-02 Thread Lester Caine
Can someone with a few more working grey cells prompt me with the correct command to split a string. The entered data is names, but I need to split the text up to the first space or comma into one string, and the rest of the string into a second. It's the 'first either space or comma' that

Re: [PHP] Split string

2007-05-02 Thread Fredrik Thunberg
Lester Caine skrev: Can someone with a few more working grey cells prompt me with the correct command to split a string. The entered data is names, but I need to split the text up to the first space or comma into one string, and the rest of the string into a second. It's the 'first either

Re: [PHP] Split string

2007-05-02 Thread Lester Caine
Fredrik Thunberg wrote: Lester Caine skrev: Can someone with a few more working grey cells prompt me with the correct command to split a string. The entered data is names, but I need to split the text up to the first space or comma into one string, and the rest of the string into a second.

Re: [PHP] Split string

2007-05-02 Thread Stut
Fredrik Thunberg wrote: Lester Caine skrev: Can someone with a few more working grey cells prompt me with the correct command to split a string. The entered data is names, but I need to split the text up to the first space or comma into one string, and the rest of the string into a second.

Re: [PHP] Split string

2007-05-02 Thread Stut
Stut wrote: Alternatively you could use split to break the string into the two parts, which is probably more efficient... list($part1, $part2) = split('[ ,]', $myString); Oops, this should have a third parameter... list($part1, $part2) = split('[ ,]', $myString, 2); -Stut -- PHP General

Re: [PHP] Split string

2007-05-02 Thread Richard Lynch
On Wed, May 2, 2007 3:55 am, Lester Caine wrote: Can someone with a few more working grey cells prompt me with the correct command to split a string. The entered data is names, but I need to split the text up to the first space or comma into one string, and the rest of the string into a

Re: [PHP] Split string

2007-05-02 Thread Richard Lynch
On Wed, May 2, 2007 4:55 am, Lester Caine wrote: Fredrik Thunberg wrote: Lester Caine skrev: Can someone with a few more working grey cells prompt me with the correct command to split a string. The entered data is names, but I need to split the text up to the first space or comma into one

Re: [PHP] Split string

2007-05-02 Thread Stut
Richard Lynch wrote: On Wed, May 2, 2007 4:55 am, Lester Caine wrote: Fredrik Thunberg wrote: Lester Caine skrev: Can someone with a few more working grey cells prompt me with the correct command to split a string. The entered data is names, but I need to split the text up to the first space

Re: [PHP] Split string

2007-05-02 Thread Jim Lucas
Stut wrote: Richard Lynch wrote: On Wed, May 2, 2007 4:55 am, Lester Caine wrote: Fredrik Thunberg wrote: Lester Caine skrev: Can someone with a few more working grey cells prompt me with the correct command to split a string. The entered data is names, but I need to split the text up to

Re: [PHP] Split string

2007-05-02 Thread Edward Vermillion
On May 2, 2007, at 4:10 PM, Stut wrote: Richard Lynch wrote: On Wed, May 2, 2007 4:55 am, Lester Caine wrote: Fredrik Thunberg wrote: Lester Caine skrev: Can someone with a few more working grey cells prompt me with the correct command to split a string. The entered data is names, but I

Re: [PHP] Split string

2007-05-02 Thread Richard Lynch
On Wed, May 2, 2007 4:10 pm, Stut wrote: Richard Lynch wrote: On Wed, May 2, 2007 4:55 am, Lester Caine wrote: Fredrik Thunberg wrote: Lester Caine skrev: Can someone with a few more working grey cells prompt me with the correct command to split a string. The entered data is names, but I

Re: [PHP] Split string

2007-05-02 Thread Lester Caine
Jim Lucas wrote: Can someone with a few more working grey cells prompt me with the correct command to split a string. The entered data is names, but I need to split the text up to the first space or comma into one string, and the rest of the string into a second. It's the 'first either space

[PHP] ? Split string into smaller chunks

2005-12-19 Thread Labunski
I need to split a long string into smaler chunks (an array), as a separator using every third \n (and not just every \n). I could use 'explode', but then it would produce too many chunks. Thank you in advance! -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit:

RE: [PHP] ? Split string into smaller chunks

2005-12-19 Thread Jay Blanchard
[snip] I need to split a long string into smaler chunks (an array), as a separator using every third \n (and not just every \n). I could use 'explode', but then it would produce too many chunks. [/snip] http://us2.php.net/manual/en/function.chunk-split.php -- PHP General Mailing List

Re: [PHP] ? Split string into smaller chunks

2005-12-19 Thread Anas Mughal
Split them using explode and then combine the ones you need to combined. Hope this helps. -- Anas Mughal On 12/19/05, Labunski [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I need to split a long string into smaler chunks (an array), as a separator using every third \n (and not just every \n). I could use

Re: [PHP] ? Split string into smaller chunks

2005-12-19 Thread David Grant
Labunski wrote: I need to split a long string into smaler chunks (an array), as a separator using every third \n (and not just every \n). I could use 'explode', but then it would produce too many chunks. php.net/preg_split Cheers, David -- David Grant http://www.grant.org.uk/ -- PHP

[PHP] split or explode quoted strings

2005-11-14 Thread Ördögh László
Hello, I would like to split or explode strings in a way that quoted strings inside the strings should remain. e.g.: first second \third third\ fourth \fifth fifth fifth\ after the split I need: first second third third fourth fifth fifth fifth Is there a simple way to achieve this in PHP?

Re: [PHP] split or explode quoted strings

2005-11-14 Thread Chris Shiflett
Ördögh László wrote: I would like to split or explode strings in a way that quoted strings inside the strings should remain. e.g.: first second \third third\ fourth \fifth fifth fifth\ after the split I need: first second third third fourth fifth fifth fifth I love explode(), too, but this

Re: [PHP] split or explode quoted strings

2005-11-14 Thread Robin Vickery
On 11/14/05, Ördögh László [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, I would like to split or explode strings in a way that quoted strings inside the strings should remain. e.g.: first second \third third\ fourth \fifth fifth fifth\ after the split I need: first second third third fourth

[PHP] split line of text

2005-09-27 Thread Adi Zebic
Hi, if chunk_split function split the line of text (here on 50 char) I was wondering if there exists one function who take care if the 50 char is in the middle of the word and split the line first empty space before the word or just after? $newstring = chunk_split($row[1], 50, 'br /'); echo

Re: [PHP] split line of text

2005-09-27 Thread Philip Hallstrom
if chunk_split function split the line of text (here on 50 char) I was wondering if there exists one function who take care if the 50 char is in the middle of the word and split the line first empty space before the word or just after? $newstring = chunk_split($row[1], 50, 'br /'); echo

Re: [PHP] split line of text

2005-09-27 Thread Adi Zebic
Le 27-sept.-05 à 23:52, Philip Hallstrom a écrit : http://us3.php.net/manual/en/function.wordwrap.php thanks a lot! $newtext = wordwrap($row[1], 50, br /\n); echo $newtext; -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php

[PHP] split()?

2005-06-14 Thread pineriver
How would I do this ? Take this string and return everything between [ ] as an array output doesnt have to inlude [ ] $rr=thisscritjajsj[ OUT1 ]ajdamsda;sjo;tkpdk[ OUT2 ]sdfmjs[ OUT3 ]dfjlsd; $a = some function echo 'pre'; print_r($a); [0] = [ OUT1 ] [1] = [ OUT2 ] [2] = [ OUT3

Re: [PHP] split()?

2005-06-14 Thread Mark Cain
- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: php-general@lists.php.net Sent: Tuesday, June 14, 2005 8:13 PM Subject: [PHP] split()? How would I do this ? Take this string and return everything between [ ] as an array output doesnt have to inlude [ ] $rr=thisscritjajsj[ OUT1 ]ajdamsda;sjo;tkpdk[ OUT2 ]sdfmjs

Re: [PHP] split()?

2005-06-14 Thread Matthew Weier O'Phinney
escape sequences in the string; if there's an arbitrary number, that won't work. I've posted another solution already using preg_match_all() that will. - Original Message - From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: php-general@lists.php.net Sent: Tuesday, June 14, 2005 8:13 PM Subject: [PHP] split

Re: [PHP] Split command problem

2005-04-11 Thread Jason Wong
On Monday 11 April 2005 09:27, Russ wrote: I have been trying to get the following code working. I keep getting an error on line nine. And the error is? It looks simular to the example in the PHP online manual. If I substitute a print command for line nine I get the correct information

Re: [PHP] Split command problem

2005-04-11 Thread Prathaban Mookiah
, $lname) = split('[/\s+/]', $_POST[username]); Cheers, Prathap -- Original Message --- From: Russ [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: PHP General php-general@lists.php.net Sent: Sun, 10 Apr 2005 18:27:34 -0700 Subject: [PHP] Split command problem I have been trying to get the following code

[PHP] Split command problem

2005-04-10 Thread Russ
I have been trying to get the following code working. I keep getting an error on line nine. It looks simular to the example in the PHP online manual. If I substitute a print command for line nine I get the correct information from $_POST[username]. I must be missing or have an extra a quote but

Re: [PHP] Split command problem

2005-04-10 Thread Greg Donald
On Apr 10, 2005 8:27 PM, Russ [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have been trying to get the following code working. I keep getting an error on line nine. It looks simular to the example in the PHP online manual. If I substitute a print command for line nine I get the correct information from

[PHP] Split haystack at nth occurrence of needle?

2004-09-22 Thread Brian Dunning
I've been RTFMing for about an hour and I can't find a string function to split haystack 'onebrtwobrthreebrfourbrfive' at the nth occurrence of needle 'br'. strpos gives me the position of the first needle, and strrpos gives me the position of the last needle. But I'm looking for the position

Re: [PHP] Split haystack at nth occurrence of needle?

2004-09-22 Thread Chris Boget
I've been RTFMing for about an hour and I can't find a string function to split haystack 'onebrtwobrthreebrfourbrfive' at the nth occurrence of needle 'br'. strpos gives me the position of the first needle, and strrpos gives me the position of the last needle. But I'm looking for the

Re: [PHP] Split haystack at nth occurrence of needle?

2004-09-22 Thread Brian Dunning
? $string = 'onebrtwobrthreebrfourbrfive'; $nthPos = 4; $tmpArr = explode( 'br', $string ); $nthString = $tmpArr[($nthPos - 1)]; ? Thanks Chris, that works great, but it's not doing what I want. I'm just trying to get the position of the 3rd occurrence (for example) of 'br'. So I'm

Re: [PHP] Split haystack at nth occurrence of needle?

2004-09-22 Thread Silvio Porcellana
'three') all you have to do is: $out[1][1][1] = 14 Just my .2 euros... Silvio Porcellana - Original Message - From: Brian Dunning [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, September 22, 2004 5:54 PM Subject: [PHP] Split haystack at nth occurrence of needle? I've been RTFMing

Re: [PHP] Split haystack at nth occurrence of needle?

2004-09-22 Thread Robert Cummings
On Wed, 2004-09-22 at 12:31, Brian Dunning wrote: ? $string = 'onebrtwobrthreebrfourbrfive'; $nthPos = 4; $tmpArr = explode( 'br', $string ); $nthString = $tmpArr[($nthPos - 1)]; ? Thanks Chris, that works great, but it's not doing what I want. I'm just trying to get the

Re: [PHP] Split haystack at nth occurrence of needle?

2004-09-22 Thread Janet Valade
Brian Dunning wrote: Thanks Chris, that works great, but it's not doing what I want. I'm just trying to get the position of the 3rd occurrence (for example) of 'br'. So I'm looking for a function that will return the value 19, given the above example string. From your first post, you just want

Re: [PHP] Split haystack at nth occurrence of needle?

2004-09-22 Thread Brian Dunning
I don't understand why explode won't work for you. The explode solution is working. Thanks very much to everyone who replied with so much great information! - Brian -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php

Re: [PHP] Split haystack at nth occurrence of needle?

2004-09-22 Thread Curt Zirzow
* Thus wrote Janet Valade: Brian Dunning wrote: Thanks Chris, that works great, but it's not doing what I want. I'm just trying to get the position of the 3rd occurrence (for example) of 'br'. So I'm looking for a function that will return the value 19, given the above example string.

Re: [PHP] Split haystack at nth occurrence of needle?

2004-09-22 Thread Curt Zirzow
* Thus wrote Curt Zirzow: $shortString = implode('br', explode('br', $string, $nth)); ignore this. Curt -- The above comments may offend you. flame at will. -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php

[PHP] split behaviour differences in perl and php

2004-09-16 Thread Sandip Bhattacharya
This stumped me badly in my present project. Is this a bug or a feature in PHP? I am trying to split a string into two, where only one half (and the delimiter) is present. IN PERL == [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~]$ cat s1.pl @t = split(/,/ , a,b); $len = $#t + 1; print

Re: [PHP] split behaviour differences in perl and php

2004-09-16 Thread Burhan Khalid
Sandip Bhattacharya wrote: This stumped me badly in my present project. Is this a bug or a feature in PHP? I am trying to split a string into two, where only one half (and the delimiter) is present. [ trim ] IN PHP === [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~]$ cat s1.php ?php print

Re: [PHP] split behaviour differences in perl and php

2004-09-16 Thread Curt Zirzow
* Thus wrote Sandip Bhattacharya: This stumped me badly in my present project. Is this a bug or a feature in PHP? I am trying to split a string into two, where only one half (and the delimiter) is present. IN PERL == [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~]$ cat s1.pl @t =

RE: [PHP] split behaviour differences in perl and php

2004-09-16 Thread Andrew Martinez
its own language. Cheers, Andrew Martinez RubyBay Inc. -Original Message- From: Curt Zirzow [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, September 16, 2004 10:45 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [PHP] split behaviour differences in perl and php * Thus wrote Sandip Bhattacharya

Re: [PHP] split behaviour differences in perl and php

2004-09-16 Thread Matthew Sims
* Thus wrote Sandip Bhattacharya: This stumped me badly in my present project. Is this a bug or a feature in PHP? I am trying to split a string into two, where only one half (and the delimiter) is present. IN PERL == [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~]$ cat s1.pl @t

[PHP] Split a string on a space, not in side an HTML tag.

2004-02-23 Thread Stuart Gilbert
Hi, I'm trying to get a 500 character split of a string, I only want about the fist 500 characters, I would like to split on a space, which I have managed to do so far, but I would also like the split to not take place inside an HTML tag, so that I don't end up with weird looking pages. I was

[PHP] Split()

2004-02-17 Thread John Taylor-Johnston
Can I while this? Not sure how to go about it? while ($pieces exist) { echo $pieces[i]; } Thanks, John $pizza = piece1 piece2 piece3 piece4 piece5 piece6; $pieces = explode( , $pizza); echo $pieces[0]; // piece1 echo $pieces[1]; // piece2 http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.explode.php

Re: [PHP] Split()

2004-02-17 Thread Adam Bregenzer
On Tue, 2004-02-17 at 11:03, John Taylor-Johnston wrote: Can I while this? Not sure how to go about it? $pizza = piece1 piece2 piece3 piece4 piece5 piece6; $pieces = explode( , $pizza); echo $pieces[0]; // piece1 echo $pieces[1]; // piece2 Try while(each($pieces)) or foreach($pieces as

Re: [PHP] Split()

2004-02-17 Thread Stuart
John Taylor-Johnston wrote: Can I while this? Not sure how to go about it? while ($pieces exist) { echo $pieces[i]; } This will empty the array so you might want to do this on a copy of it depending on whether it will be needed later in the script... while (count($pieces) 0) { echo

Re: [PHP] Split()

2004-02-17 Thread Adam Bregenzer
On Tue, 2004-02-17 at 11:02, Adam Bregenzer wrote: Try while(each($pieces)) or foreach($pieces as $piece) Brain to fingers problem: while($piece = each($pieces)) http://www.php.net/each http://www.php.net/foreach -- Adam Bregenzer [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://adam.bregenzer.net/ -- PHP General

Re: [PHP] Split()

2004-02-17 Thread Jochem Maas
save a function call: $applePie = array(1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8); while ($pieceOfPie = array_shift($applePie)) { echo $pieceOfPie; // want some pie? } Stuart wrote: John Taylor-Johnston wrote: Can I while this? Not sure how to go about it? while ($pieces exist) { echo $pieces[i]; } This

Re: [PHP] Split()

2004-02-17 Thread Adam Bregenzer
On Tue, 2004-02-17 at 15:22, Jochem Maas wrote: $applePie = array(1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8); while ($pieceOfPie = array_shift($applePie)) { echo $pieceOfPie; // want some pie? } Careful, that will eat your array as well. When the while loop finishes you won't have any pieces of pie left! IE:

Re: [PHP] Split()

2004-02-17 Thread Jochem Maas
Adam Bregenzer wrote: On Tue, 2004-02-17 at 15:22, Jochem Maas wrote: $applePie = array(1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8); while ($pieceOfPie = array_shift($applePie)) { echo $pieceOfPie; // want some pie? } Careful, that will eat your array as well. When the while loop finishes you won't have any

Re: [PHP] Split()

2004-02-17 Thread Adam Bregenzer
On Tue, 2004-02-17 at 22:28, Jochem Maas wrote: that was the idea: you can't have your pie at eat it right? ;-) Heh, I thought you might have done that deliberately. :) seriously thought, John Taylor-Johnston was asking for help on while loops and I thought I'd give him some brainfood (i.e.

Re: [PHP] split()

2003-11-13 Thread Eugene Lee
On Wed, Nov 12, 2003 at 09:48:37PM -0600, erythros wrote: : : trying to use split(). i want to split a paragraph by sentence. so of course : i used split('[.!?]', $data). but then i noticed i use ... or every now : and again at the end of a sentence. i don't know how to do this though...

Re: [PHP] split()

2003-11-13 Thread erythros
thanx for the help. i got it. when i saw what happened when i put the + at the end i found what i needed. split('[.!?] ', $data) this way it only breaks them up if the . or ! or ? is followed by a space. thanx again for the help. Eugene Lee [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message news:[EMAIL

[PHP] split()

2003-11-12 Thread erythros
trying to use split(). i want to split a paragraph by sentence. so of course i used split('[.!?]', $data). but then i noticed i use ... or every now and again at the end of a sentence. i don't know how to do this though... -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe,

Re: [PHP] split()

2003-11-12 Thread Chris Shiflett
--- erythros [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: trying to use split(). i want to split a paragraph by sentence. so of course i used split('[.!?]', $data). but then i noticed i use ... or every now and again at the end of a sentence. Maybe you could explode on a period followed by a space? I

[PHP] split ...

2003-11-04 Thread Dan Joseph
Hi All, I'm getting the following error: [Tue Nov 4 10:01:53 2003] [error] PHP Warning: split() [a href='http://www.php.net/function.split'function.split/a]: REG_EMPTY in /usr/local/apache/htdocs-chm/import_data.php on line 26 Here is the code in question:

Re: [PHP] split ...

2003-11-04 Thread CPT John W. Holmes
From: Dan Joseph [EMAIL PROTECTED] I'm getting the following error: [Tue Nov 4 10:01:53 2003] [error] PHP Warning: split() [a href='http://www.php.net/function.split'function.split/a]: REG_EMPTY in /usr/local/apache/htdocs-chm/import_data.php on line 26 Here is the code in question:

RE: [PHP] split ...

2003-11-04 Thread Dan Joseph
Hi, Thanks, that worked like a charm. I didn't realize that | was a special character, that's good to know. I also agree with the explode method. Seems quicker. Thanks! -Dan Joseph The | character is a special character in regular expressions, which split() expects. So, you can

[PHP] split

2003-03-27 Thread Oden Odenius
I have $word = test; And i want to split it like t e s t I want to make a loop.Like $a = 123; //$a is One two threw not hundred... and i want to make for each $a then $b = $a + 2 The output will be. 3 (1+2) 4 (2+2) 5 (3+2) Any example? Btw sorry for my english -- Programmers are tools for

RE: [PHP] split

2003-03-27 Thread Don Read
On 27-Mar-2003 Oden Odenius wrote: I have $word = test; And i want to split it like t e s t I want to make a loop.Like $a = 123; //$a is One two threw not hundred... and i want to make for each $a then $b = $a + 2 The output will be. 3 (1+2) 4 (2+2) 5 (3+2) Any example?

Re: [PHP] split

2003-03-27 Thread Philip Olson
This: $word = 'test'; $len = strlen($word); for ($a = 0; $a $len; $a++) { print $word{$a} . \n; } Will print: t e s t Regards, Philip On Thu, 27 Mar 2003, Oden Odenius wrote: I have $word = test; And i want to split it like t e s t I want to make a loop.Like $a = 123; //$a

RE: [PHP] split

2003-03-27 Thread John W. Holmes
I want to make a loop.Like $a = 123; //$a is One two threw not hundred... and i want to make for each $a then $b = $a + 2 The output will be. 3 (1+2) 4 (2+2) 5 (3+2) Any example? $a = 123; $c = ''; $b = strlen($a); for($x=0;$x$b;$x++) { $c .= $a{$x} +2; } echo $c; ---John W.

[PHP] Split that keeps delimiter

2003-01-03 Thread Simon Dedeyne
Is there a way to split a string without using something like this: $keywords=preg_split(/[?!.]/, this ! Is a possible test,PREG_SPLIT_DELIM_CAPTURE); My php version doesn't seem to support the flags, and I want to know which delimiter the string was splitted by. Kind regards, Simon De Deyne

[PHP] split() - not working in this case

2002-09-08 Thread N. Pari Purna Chand
I have a string $to = abcd [EMAIL PROTECTED], efgh [EMAIL PROTECTED] ; I want a function returning an array of indivial names+mailids like from the $to seperated by , something like $tos[0] = abcd [EMAIL PROTECTED]; $tos[1] = efgh [EMAIL PROTECTED]; Now split() in the following function***

Re: [PHP] split() - not working in this case

2002-09-08 Thread Bas Jobsen
? function split_addresses($addr) { $ad = array(); $ad = split(,,$addr); return $ad; } $tos=array(); $to = abcd [EMAIL PROTECTED], efgh [EMAIL PROTECTED]; $tos=split_addresses($to); echo $tos[1]; ? echos efgh [EMAIL PROTECTED] ?? Whats the problem? Maybe you output to a browser and don't

Re: [PHP] split() - not working in this case

2002-09-08 Thread Chris Wesley
On Sun, 8 Sep 2002, N. Pari Purna Chand wrote: $to = abcd [EMAIL PROTECTED], efgh [EMAIL PROTECTED] ; Now split() in the following function*** is notworking as needed. ie, I'm getting $tos[0] = abcd; $tos[1] = efgh; split didn't do anything wrong. use your browser's view source to see

Re: [PHP] split() - not working in this case

2002-09-08 Thread N. Pari Purna Chand
PROTECTED] Sent: Sunday, September 08, 2002 2:33 PM Subject: Re: [PHP] split() - not working in this case On Sun, 8 Sep 2002, N. Pari Purna Chand wrote: $to = abcd [EMAIL PROTECTED], efgh [EMAIL PROTECTED] ; Now split() in the following function*** is notworking as needed. ie, I'm

Re: [PHP] Split files

2002-01-24 Thread DL Neil
Making any sense? Year, so I have to do it manually (thought someone could preveting me from reinvent the wheel... ;-) What are you really trying to achieve? I'm trying to split a large binary file (2 GB) into peaces of 700 MB to burn it on a cd. It's a part of a

Re: [PHP] Split files

2002-01-24 Thread Jason Wong
On Thursday 24 January 2002 20:46, DL Neil wrote: Making any sense? Year, so I have to do it manually (thought someone could preveting me from reinvent the wheel... ;-) What are you really trying to achieve? I'm trying to split a large binary file (2 GB) into peaces of

Re: [PHP] Split files

2002-01-24 Thread bvr
=Hmm, I'm still come at it from the other way around (all due respect to Jason) - but then I don't recall OpSys details, or know if there is a utility/tool for the job in your choice of OpSys. Well unless it's a *really* obscure OS I'm sure there must be some readily available file splitter

Re: [PHP] Split files

2002-01-24 Thread DL Neil
=Hmm, I'm still come at it from the other way around (all due respect to Jason) - but then I don't recall OpSys details, or know if there is a utility/tool for the job in your choice of OpSys. Well unless it's a *really* obscure OS I'm sure there must be some readily available file

Re: [PHP] Split files

2002-01-23 Thread Martin Thoma
Hi and thaks for your answer. ... Making any sense? Year, so I have to do it manually (thought someone could preveting me from reinvent the wheel... ;-) What are you really trying to achieve? I'm trying to split a large binary file (2 GB) into peaces of 700 MB to burn it on a cd. It's a

Re: [PHP] Split files

2002-01-23 Thread Jason Wong
On Thursday 24 January 2002 15:34, Martin Thoma wrote: Hi and thaks for your answer. ... Making any sense? Year, so I have to do it manually (thought someone could preveting me from reinvent the wheel... ;-) What are you really trying to achieve? I'm trying to split a large binary

[PHP] Split files

2002-01-22 Thread Martin Thoma
Hello! Is there a PHP-function to split binary files into pieces of a several size and glue them together later? Martin -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To contact the list

[PHP] split/join error

2001-12-19 Thread mailing_list
Hi, I have saved an email as text-file, and want to get header and body out of the file! (header and body are seperated by the first empty line!) so I do: list($header,$body)=split(\n\n,join('',file($FILE)),2); then I need the body's lines as array: $body=split(\n,$body); but this line gives me

[PHP] split array in 2 halfs

2001-10-31 Thread Daniel Harik
Good evening I was wondering how can I split, array that has 60 elements in it, into 2 arrays with 30 elements each? Thank You very much and have a good night :-) -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail:

Re: [PHP] split array in 2 halfs

2001-10-31 Thread Jack Dempsey
Based on what criteria? if you just want to split the array at element 30, you could use array_splice to get the necessary data... - Original Message - From: Daniel Harik [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, November 01, 2001 2:16 AM Subject: [PHP] split array in 2

Re[2]: [PHP] split array in 2 halfs

2001-10-31 Thread Daniel Harik
Want to split it in half 1 Big array: 1 2 3 4 5 6 Want to make 1 Small array: 1 2 3 2 Small array: 4 5 6 Thank You -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To contact the list

Re: Re[2]: [PHP] split array in 2 halfs

2001-10-31 Thread Jim Lucas
take a look at the manual http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.array-slice.php it will show you the right way to do it jim - Original Message - From: Daniel Harik [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, October 31, 2001 11:25 PM Subject: Re[2]: [PHP] split array

Re[3]: [PHP] split array in 2 halfs

2001-10-31 Thread Mark
$smallarray1=array_slice($bigarray,0,3); $smallarray2=array_slice($bigarray,3,3); On Wed, 31 Oct 2001 23:25:55 -0800, Daniel Harik wrote: Want to split it in half 1 Big array: 1 2 3 4 5 6 Want to make 1 Small array: 1 2 3 2 Small array: 4 5 6 Thank You -- Mark, [EMAIL PROTECTED] on

Re: Re[3]: [PHP] split array in 2 halfs

2001-10-31 Thread Mike Frazer
Don't forget that you should clear out that memory space, especially if it's an array of arrays or an array of objects or something along those lines: unset($bigarray); Just good programming practice, that's all. I doubt it would ever be a problem on today's servers, but it's still a good

Re: Re[2]: [PHP] split array in 2 halfs

2001-10-31 Thread DL Neil
]: [PHP] split array in 2 halfs Want to split it in half 1 Big array: 1 2 3 4 5 6 Want to make 1 Small array: 1 2 3 2 Small array: 4 5 6 Thank You -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional

Re: Re[2]: [PHP] split array in 2 halfs

2001-10-31 Thread Liz Fulghum
You could also grab the midpoint of the array: $count = round(count($array), 0); then populate your new arrays by using a foreach loop: $x = 0; foreach($array as $key = $value) { if ($x =$count) { $array1[] = $value; } else { $array2[] = $value; } $x++; }

Re: Re[2]: [PHP] split array in 2 halfs

2001-10-31 Thread Philip Olson
You may find this helpful: $arr = array('a','b','c','d','e'); $second_half = array_splice($arr,floor(sizeof($arr)/2)); print_r($arr); // Array ( [0] = a [1] = b ) print_r($second_half); // Array ( [0] = c [1] = d [2] = e ) In the above, $second_half will be one larger

Re: Re[2]: [PHP] split array in 2 halfs

2001-10-31 Thread Liz Fulghum
Correction: $count = count($array); $count = $count/2; $count = round($count,0); Liz Fulghum [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message [EMAIL PROTECTED]">news:[EMAIL PROTECTED]... You could also grab the midpoint of the array: $count = round(count($array), 0); then populate your new arrays by

RE: Re[3]: [PHP] split array in 2 halfs

2001-10-31 Thread Matthew Loff
PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re[3]: [PHP] split array in 2 halfs $smallarray1=array_slice($bigarray,0,3); $smallarray2=array_slice($bigarray,3,3); On Wed, 31 Oct 2001 23:25:55 -0800, Daniel Harik wrote: Want to split it in half 1 Big array: 1 2 3 4 5 6 Want to make 1

[PHP] Split array

2001-08-07 Thread Veniamin Goldin
hello ! Please help me. How do I split array so, that I'll get string variable with , delimeter of each array value ? Thank you! -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To contact the

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