Re: [PHP] Trouble with switch statements

2002-10-27 Thread @ Edwin
Hello,

eNetwizard Developers Team [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 
 Use $_GET[select] for the switch statement
 
 Some of the people on this list would even recommend you make another
 variable first, such as $userselect = $_GET[select] and use
 $userselect as your switch statement, though I think it pointless.

Perhaps, in a simple switch($_GET[select]) statement. But there are 
times that it makes more sense to assign a $_GET[''] or $_POST[''] to 
another variable ;)

- E

...[snip]...

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RE: [PHP] Trouble with switch statements

2002-10-27 Thread Gareth Hastings
Edward,

Try

   Case 1:
 .
   Break;

-Original Message-
From: Edward Kehoe [mailto:emkehoe;learn.senecac.on.ca] 
Sent: Friday, October 25, 2002 6:47 PM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: [PHP] Trouble with switch statements

Ok...I just recently installed Apache1 and PHP 4.2.3 on my computer and
I've
configured everything. However, I can't seem to get my switch statements
to
accept variable values from the address bar. So if I type in:

http://www.my-site.com/index.php?select=1

It displays the text in the default part of the switch statement. I also
seem to get the following error message every time:

Notice: Undefined variable: select in c:\apache\apache\htdocs\index.php
on
line 51

Here's the code for my switch statement as well:

switch($select)
{
 case 1: print About Stuff Goes Here.;
   break;
 case 2: print Music Goes Here.;
   break;
 default:print Testing...;
   break;
}




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RE: [PHP] Trouble with switch statements

2002-10-26 Thread Thoenen, Peter Mr. EPS
switch($_GET['select']){
case 1:

..

-Peter

 -Original Message-
 From: Edward Kehoe [mailto:emkehoe;learn.senecac.on.ca]
 Sent: Friday, October 25, 2002 19:47
 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Subject: [PHP] Trouble with switch statements
 
 
 Ok...I just recently installed Apache1 and PHP 4.2.3 on my 
 computer and I've
 configured everything. However, I can't seem to get my switch 
 statements to
 accept variable values from the address bar. So if I type in:
 
 http://www.my-site.com/index.php?select=1
 
 It displays the text in the default part of the switch 
 statement. I also
 seem to get the following error message every time:
 
 Notice: Undefined variable: select in 
 c:\apache\apache\htdocs\index.php on
 line 51
 
 Here's the code for my switch statement as well:
 
 switch($select)
 {
  case 1: print About Stuff Goes Here.;
break;
  case 2: print Music Goes Here.;
break;
  default:print Testing...;
break;
 }
 
 
 
 
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Re: [PHP] Trouble with switch statements

2002-10-26 Thread eNetwizard Developers Team

Use $_GET[select] for the switch statement

Some of the people on this list would even recommend you make another
variable first, such as $userselect = $_GET[select] and use
$userselect as your switch statement, though I think it pointless.

Or turn register_globals on in the php.ini file (not recommended)

-Samuel | http://enetwizard.net



-Original Message-
From: Edward Kehoe [mailto:emkehoe;learn.senecac.on.ca] 
Sent: Friday, October 25, 2002 1:47 PM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: [PHP] Trouble with switch statements

Ok...I just recently installed Apache1 and PHP 4.2.3 on my computer and
I've
configured everything. However, I can't seem to get my switch statements
to
accept variable values from the address bar. So if I type in:

http://www.my-site.com/index.php?select=1

It displays the text in the default part of the switch statement. I also
seem to get the following error message every time:

Notice: Undefined variable: select in c:\apache\apache\htdocs\index.php
on
line 51

Here's the code for my switch statement as well:

switch($select)
{
 case 1: print About Stuff Goes Here.;
   break;
 case 2: print Music Goes Here.;
   break;
 default:print Testing...;
   break;
}




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