On Sat, Jan 2, 2010 at 12:52 AM, Sudhakar sudhakarar...@gmail.com wrote:
i am using a cms which requires mod_rewrite to be enabled for seo urls
in the wamp that i use in my local machine in the httpd.conf file i have
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I have been plauged for a few days by this, can anyone see a problem with
function printByType($string, $mode)
$lengths = array(
'VARCHAR' = 10
, 'TINYINT' = 1
, 'TEXT' = 10
, 'DATE' = 7
, 'SMALLINT' = 1
, 'MEDIUMINT' = 2
There can be a problem. But do you see a problem?? if yes. what is it?
May be we can find the solution.
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On a quick glance I don't think you are doing the casting correctly. For
example, you have stuff like:
(int) $length_value = $match;
and the casted value is not being saved anywhere.
I believe it should be something like $string =
I think part of the problem may lie in the use of variables in regular
expressions. I am trying to use the perl-style preg_match(), but the regular
expression values that it checks on each iteration of the foreach loop
checks for a different value (hence, the use of a variable).
On Sat, Jan 2,
If the OS is Windows 2003 64Bit (IIS)...
So, which php package must download and how to config it for running
with IIS ?
Due to I don't quite the online manual:
Which installation mode is suitable of it ?
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