Re: [PHP] RTFM

2002-01-19 Thread Nick Wilson
To: Richard Crawford [EMAIL PROTECTED], Nick Wilson [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [PHP] RTFM Hi Maybe this list should be split - kindof into a php-newbies and a php-advanced ? -- Shane On Friday 18 Jan 2002 9:39 pm, Richard Crawford wrote

Re: [PHP] RTFM

2002-01-19 Thread Nick Wilson
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 * On 19-01-02 at 11:31 * Christopher William Wesley said On Sat, 19 Jan 2002, Shane Wright wrote: Maybe this list should be split - kindof into a php-newbies and a php-advanced ? So all the newbies can help all the newbies, and all

Re: [PHP] RTFM

2002-01-19 Thread Nick Wilson
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 * On 19-01-02 at 00:04 * Darren Gamble said Good day, Hi there! I would agree that there certainly are some questions that deserve a bit more thought before they are posted to the list. Witness, for example, posters who respond to

Re: [PHP] RTFM

2002-01-19 Thread Brian Clark
* Nick Wilson ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) [Jan 19. 2002 06:05]: [...] Me too, many people who responded to my original post seem to think that *i think* all newbie questions that would not have been asked had they bothered to look at the manual should be responded to unkindly. Not true, we were all

Re: [PHP] RTFM

2002-01-19 Thread Nick Wilson
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 * On 19-01-02 at 18:46 * Brian Clark said * Nick Wilson ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) [Jan 19. 2002 06:05]: [...] Me too, many people who responded to my original post seem to think that *i think* all newbie questions that would not have been

Re: [PHP] RTFM

2002-01-19 Thread sundogcurt
I've been (sorta) following this thread for the last little while and I have to say that I'm on the side of one list for all!. The problem with splitting the list is the different levels of newbie-ism on different subjects, There are things that advanced users can learn from new comers to the

Re: [PHP] RTFM

2002-01-19 Thread sundogcurt
the answers are in the archive. - Original Message - From: sundogcurt [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: GENERAL PHP LIST [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Saturday, January 19, 2002 12:56 PM Subject: Re: [PHP] RTFM I've been (sorta) following this thread for the last little while and I have to say that I'm

Re: [PHP] RTFM

2002-01-19 Thread Brian Clark
* sundogcurt ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) [Jan 19. 2002 13:39]: I would be more than happy to put some mini-tutorials together to send you, I'm not sure of the relevance of them though. Maybe adding a suggest a tut area where people that are having trouble can request a tutorial and anybody

Re: [PHP] RTFM

2002-01-19 Thread Miles Thompson
Yes, and keep forgetting about it. Now it's bookmarked again. Miles PS Brian - You can come out now. At 01:46 PM 1/19/2002 -0500, Brian Clark wrote: * sundogcurt ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) [Jan 19. 2002 13:39]: I would be more than happy to put some mini-tutorials together to send you, I'm not

Re: [PHP] RTFM

2002-01-19 Thread Matt
Yeah, I've seen (and used) that. But it requires searching. My idea is to put together a list of the simple questions in one place ... much like the apache faq ... and also allowing world input like the php manual does. You guys have seen this, right? http://php.faqts.com/ -- PHP

Re: [PHP] RTFM

2002-01-19 Thread B. van Ouwerkerk
Yeah, I've seen (and used) that. But it requires searching. My idea is to put together a list of the simple questions in one place ... much like the apache faq ... and also allowing world input like the php manual does. Sorry.. can't resist to reply :) From what I've seen it doesn't matter

Re: [PHP] RTFM

2002-01-19 Thread Miles Thompson
B. Yeah - play. It's the only way -- take a function, use it the right way and the wrong way. Can it be combined with other functions. What quirks of punctuation are there, etc etc. You know, I'd forgotten that too -- piddling about brings returns. Now excuse me, I have to go play with an

RE: [PHP] RTFM

2002-01-18 Thread Johnson, Kirk
I feel your pain. Good thought. Please Read The Fine Archive for long-running, in-depth discussion of this very topic ;) Happy Friday, all! Kirk just a very quick note: I've been following the list for about a week and I probably follow one or two threads a day. Some of the stuff here is

Re: [PHP] RTFM

2002-01-18 Thread Richard Crawford
Consider yourself fried. ;-) Seriously, though, I think that there are more advanced PHP lists that would probably be more to your liking. Try doing a search on php.net or yahoogroups.com for something more technical. I, personally, joined this list just over a year ago when I was assigned

RE: [PHP] RTFM

2002-01-18 Thread Andrew
Nick My personal feelings on this is that there is no such thing as a stupid question... sometimes what you might find the simplest if things becomes very difficult for another person to grasp! If you do not like the emails that people post... use the delete button! Andrew -Original

RE: [PHP] RTFM

2002-01-18 Thread Bart Brinkmann
PROTECTED]] Sent: Friday, January 18, 2002 4:49 PM To: Nick Wilson; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: RE: [PHP] RTFM Nick My personal feelings on this is that there is no such thing as a stupid question... sometimes what you might find the simplest if things becomes very difficult for another person to grasp

Re: [PHP] RTFM

2002-01-18 Thread Nick Wilson
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 * On 18-01-02 at 22:52 * Andrew said Nick My personal feelings on this is that there is no such thing as a stupid question... sometimes what you might find the simplest if things becomes very difficult for another person to grasp! If you

Re: [PHP] RTFM

2002-01-18 Thread Nick Wilson
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 * On 18-01-02 at 23:31 * Bart Brinkmann said no such thing as a stupid question... I strongly disagree. Refer to the topic: RTFM. A stupid question is one that is posted to this message board before the poster bothers to do a shred of

RE: [PHP] RTFM

2002-01-18 Thread Darren Gamble
, Canada T2P 4L4 (403) 781-4948 -Original Message- From: Bart Brinkmann [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Friday, January 18, 2002 3:25 PM To: Andrew; Nick Wilson; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: RE: [PHP] RTFM no such thing as a stupid question... I strongly disagree. Refer to the topic: RTFM

Re: [PHP] RTFM

2002-01-18 Thread Shane Wright
Hi Maybe this list should be split - kindof into a php-newbies and a php-advanced ? -- Shane On Friday 18 Jan 2002 9:39 pm, Richard Crawford wrote: Consider yourself fried. ;-) Seriously, though, I think that there are more advanced PHP lists that would probably be more to your liking.

Re: [PHP] RTFM

2002-01-18 Thread Richard Baskett
is watching. And love like you've never been hurt. - Mark Twain From: Shane Wright [EMAIL PROTECTED] Reply-To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Sat, 19 Jan 2002 01:16:17 + To: Richard Crawford [EMAIL PROTECTED], Nick Wilson [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [PHP] RTFM Hi

Re: [PHP] RTFM

2002-01-18 Thread bvr
Maybe anyone volunteers as moderator ?? thought so ;) bvr. On Sat, 19 Jan 2002 01:16:17 +, Shane Wright wrote: Hi Maybe this list should be split - kindof into a php-newbies and a php-advanced ? -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL

Re: [PHP] RTFM

2002-01-18 Thread Miles Thompson
If this is going to be pursued, start a new thread...please. Miles At 01:16 AM 1/19/2002 +, Shane Wright wrote: Hi Maybe this list should be split - kindof into a php-newbies and a php-advanced ? -- Shane On Friday 18 Jan 2002 9:39 pm, Richard Crawford wrote: snip -- PHP General

[PHP] two lists (was: RE: [PHP] RTFM)

2002-01-18 Thread James Cox
/23IVGHQ61RJGO/ -Original Message- From: bvr [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Saturday, January 19, 2002 1:36 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [PHP] RTFM Maybe anyone volunteers as moderator ?? thought so ;) bvr. On Sat, 19 Jan 2002 01:16:17 +, Shane Wright wrote: Hi

Re: [PHP] RTFM

2002-01-18 Thread Christopher William Wesley
On Sat, 19 Jan 2002, Shane Wright wrote: Maybe this list should be split - kindof into a php-newbies and a php-advanced ? So all the newbies can help all the newbies, and all the advanced people can help the advanced people? That wouldn't work out. All the newbies would subscribe to the

Re: [PHP] RTFM code snippet

2002-01-11 Thread Andrey Hristov
I'm not sure if a resource casted to numeric to be 0 - var_dump() to say :(0) resource of type !==flase assures that it is FALSE, not 0. !== is like != but makes type checking. Frequently used with strpos(). See the memos there. There is also available === operator. It is like == but also

Re: [PHP] RTFM me to IIF file format creation...

2001-01-14 Thread Rouvas Stathis
I find wotsit.org an excellent resource : http://www.wotsit.org/ -Stathis. Dallas Kropka wrote: I need to create files and reports for importation into QuickBooks, but they need to be in the IIF file format that QuickBooks supports where can I find information for creating these files?

Re: [PHP] RTFM me to IIF file format creation...

2001-01-13 Thread php3
Addressed to: "Dallas Kropka" [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] ** Reply to note from "Dallas Kropka" [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sat, 13 Jan 2001 19:15:02 -0600 I need to create files and reports for importation into QuickBooks, but they need to be in the IIF file format that