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  1. Use DATE type columns for your dates, not varchar. Have your leaving dates either a valid date or NULL. SELECT eemp_id , fname , lname , AVG(timestampdiff(MONTH, joining_date, coalesce(leaving_date, curdate()))) as av_mths FROM employee_details ed JOIN employee e ON e.empid = ed.eemp_id GROUP BY eemp_id HAVING av_mths >= 36;
    3 points
  2. If you are outputting an image from a DB blob field, then here's an example... // EMULATE DATA FROM THE DATABASE $type = 'image/png'; $comments = 'Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit. Maecenas porttitor congue massa. Fusce posuere, magna sed pulvinar ultricies, purus lectus malesuada libero, sit amet commodo magna eros quis urna.'; $image_data = file_get_contents('images/snowman.PNG'); // OUTPUT THE DATA echo "<div style='width:396;'> <img src='data:{$type};base64," . base64_encode( $image_data ) . "' width='394' height='393'> <p>$comments</p> "; RESULT
    3 points
  3. or... $res = $pdo->query("SELECT `option`, total FROM vote"); $data = $res->fetchAll(); $votes_cast = array_sum( array_column($data, 'total') ); foreach ($data as $r) { printf ("%s has %d votes (%0.1f %%)<br>", $r['option'], $r['total'], $r['total']*100/$votes_cast); }
    2 points
  4. Depending on what it is you're trying to do with the data, there are several ways to change a field. You can set up an accessor or mutator or use a query scope, for instance. Query scope sounds like what you're looking for, although should worse comes to worst you could just write a trait and use it on your model instances where needed.
    2 points
  5. For anyone following... I did a screen-share with the OP. The problem was missing files and files in the wrong place. I did a clean install of Laragon and installed (Not upgraded) Mysql 8. All is working.
    2 points
  6. The PHP DateTime::diff() method provides a very convenient way of getting the days, hours, minutes and seconds components of a time difference so this script uses an AJAX request on loading to get the time remaining. From then on, it calls a javascript function every second to reduce the time displayed by one second. This greatly reduces network traffic and gives a consistent update performance. Repeatedly using AJAX could sometimes result in delays preventing a regular countdown interval. <?php ################################################################################################################## # # # THIS SECTION HANDLES THE AJAX REQUEST AND EXITS TO SEND RESPONSE (Days,hrs, mins, secs remaining) # # # if (isset($_GET['ajax'])) { if ($_GET['ajax'] == 'countdown') { $remain = ['days' => 0, 'hrs' => 0, 'mins' => 0, 'secs' => 0]; $dt1 = new DateTime( $_GET['target'] ); $dt2 = new DateTime('now'); if ($dt1 > $dt2) { $diff = $dt1->diff($dt2); $remain['days'] = $diff->days; $remain['hrs'] = $diff->h; $remain['mins'] = $diff->i; $remain['secs'] = $diff->s; } exit(json_encode($remain)); } } # # ################################################################################################################### $target = '2022-04-30 23:59:59'; // SET OR GET TARGET TIME HERE $targ = new DateTime($target); $target_time = $targ->format('g:ia'); $target_date = $targ->format('F jS Y'); ?> <!DOCTYPE html> <html lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8"> <title>Countdown</title> <script src="https://code.jquery.com/jquery-3.3.1.min.js"></script> <script type='text/javascript'> var inter $().ready( function() { get_time_remaining() // call AJAX request to get remaining time inter = setInterval(countdown, 1000) // set timer to call "countdown()" function every second }) function countdown() { let s = parseInt($("#secs").html()) // get current time remaining let m = parseInt($("#mins").html()) let h = parseInt($("#hrs").html()) let d = parseInt($("#days").html()) if (d==0 && h==0 && m==0 && s==0) { // exit when target time is reached clearInterval(inter) $(".remain").css("background-color", "red") return } s--; // reduce display by 1 second if (s < 0) { s = 59; m-- } if (m < 0) { m = 59 h-- } if (h < 0) { h = 23 d-- } if (d < 0) { d = 0 } $("#days").html(d) // redisplay new values $("#hrs").html(h) $("#mins").html(m) $("#secs").html(s) } function get_time_remaining() { $.get( // make AJAX request "", {"ajax":"countdown", "target":$("#target").val()}, function(resp) { // put response values in display fields $("#days").html( resp.days ) $("#hrs").html( resp.hrs ) $("#mins").html( resp.mins ) $("#secs").html( resp.secs ) }, "JSON" ) } </script> <style type='text/css'> body { font-family: verdana, sans-serif; font-size: 11pt; } header { padding: 8px; text-align: center; width: 600px; margin: 20px auto; background-color: #F0F0F0; } .target { color: #006EFC; font-size: 16pt; } table { border-collapse: collapse; width: 400px; margin: 0 auto; } td, th { padding: 8px; text-align: center; width: 25%; } .remain { font-size: 24pt; color: white; background-color: black; border: 1px solid white; } </style> </head> <body> <header> <p>Countdown to</p> <p class='target'><?=$target_time?> on <?=$target_date?> </p> <!-- make target time available to javascript --> <input type='hidden' id='target' value='<?=$target?>' > <table border='0'> <tr><th>Days</th><th>Hours</th><th>Mins</th><th>Secs</th></tr> <tr> <td class='remain' id='days'>0</td> <td class='remain' id='hrs'>0</td> <td class='remain' id='mins'>0</td> <td class='remain' id='secs'>0</td> </tr> </table> </header> </body> </html>
    2 points
  7. Simple. Triple the page width and offset each label. require 'code128.php'; $data = ['item_name' => 'Fuel Vapour Hose' ,'code_purchase' => 'ABC-2342' ,'code_sale' => 'DFS-4312' ,'item_code' => '47900001' ]; class Barcode_Label extends PDF_Code128 { protected $data; //constructor public function __construct() { parent::__construct('L','mm',[190, 35]); } public function printLabel($data) { $this->setMargins(5,5,5); $this->SetAutoPageBreak(0); $this->AddPage(); $this->setFont('Times', 'B', 10); for ($lab=0; $lab<3; $lab++) { $offset = $lab * 65; $this->setXY($offset, 5); $this->Cell(50, 5, $data['item_name'], 0, 2, 'C'); $this->Cell(25, 5, $data['code_purchase'], 0, 0, 'C'); $this->Cell(25, 5, $data['code_sale'], 0, 2, 'C'); $barcode = $this->Code128($offset + 5,15,$data['item_code'],50,10); $this->setXY($offset, 25); $this->Cell(50, 5, $data['item_code'], 0, 1, 'C'); } } } #Barcode_Label $label= new Barcode_Label(); for ($i=0; $i<3; $i++) { $label->printLabel($data); } $label->Output(); [edit] PS I don't know your label dimensions so you may have to adjust offset, page size and margins
    2 points
  8. Here's one way class PriceCalculator { private $start; private $end; private $price = [ 0 => [ 98, 128], 1 => [ 88, 118], 2 => [ 88, 118], 3 => [ 88, 118], 4 => [ 88, 118], 5 => [ 88, 118], 6 => [ 98, 128] ]; public function __construct ($time1, $time2) { $this->start = new DateTime($time1); $this->end = new DateTime($time2); } public function calculate() { $total = 0; $dp = new DatePeriod($this->start, new DateInterval('PT1M'), $this->end ); foreach ($dp as $min) { $day = $min->format('w'); $peak = '02' <= $min->format('H') && $min->format('H') < '18' ? 0 : 1; $total += $this->price[$day][$peak]/60; } return number_format($total, 2); } } $time1 = "2022-03-12 16:12:00"; $time2 = "2022-03-12 18:31:00"; $instance = new PriceCalculator($time1, $time2); echo $instance->calculate(); // 242.53
    2 points
  9. First only returns a single item, so there's no point in putting it in a collection. The collection is for methods that might return several items.
    2 points
  10. I don't have any specific recollection of such a thing, but a lot of things have changed in the css world, most notably the standardization of flexbox and grid that make older techniques and tricks of css layout obsolete. You just don't need those things anymore when flexbox or grid can take care of your layout needs with simple, consistent and easy to understand syntax. There was a time when you needed to know the ins and outs of floats and clear fix, and other arcane tricks of css, but that's basically obsolete knowledge. People also use to use tables inside tables inside tables to get their "pixel perfect" layouts, but that also has given way to a focus on creating layouts that adapt from desktop to mobile. This guy (Kevin Powell) has become well known in the css/web design world, and he really knows his stuff. This video covers flexbox. If you work through the examples with him, you will learn what you need. He also has a corresponding Grid video. If you want something more interactive, lots of people love Scrimba, and in particular Per Borgen, who is one of the Scrimba founders. He happens to have a free scrimba course covering grid and flexbox, so that is another way you can learn flexbox, if you want something more interactive. The free Scrimba Grid/Flexbox course is here: https://scrimba.com/learn/cssgrid
    2 points
  11. PHPFreaks has been going through some ownership and hosting changes, and that has lead to some extended down time. The hosting for the site has been generously provided by a number of different people and organizations throughout the years, and without their patronage, phpfreaks would have shutdown many years ago. With that said, please understand that the volunteers who administer and moderate the site don't have control over the underlying infrastructure, other than what is provided to us. In this recent outage the new owner of the site, who supported it in the years following the sale of the original hosting company where phpfreaks was created, has provided us a lot of support and aid, and demonstrated a commitment to keep the site running for the foreseeable future. Unfortunately, with that said, there will probably be some additional outages in the near future as the server resources that run the site are being moved to a different co-location facility. Please bear with us through these difficulties, as we endeavor to keep the community alive and available for everyone who finds it useful. We will continue to keep doing the work to keep phpfreaks running, and we appreciate the many long time members who have made it their home.
    2 points
  12. Example $arr = [ [ 'A', 'Jan. 22, 22'], [ 'B', 'Dec. 25, 21'], [ 'C', 'Feb. 22, 22'], [ 'D', 'Jan. 2, 22'] ]; usort($arr, function($a, $b) { $da = DateTime::createFromFormat('M. j, y', $a[1]); $db = DateTime::createFromFormat('M. j, y', $b[1]); return $db <=> $da; }); echo '<pre>' . print_r($arr, 1) . '</pre>'; outputs Array ( [0] => Array ( [0] => C [1] => Feb. 22 22 ) [1] => Array ( [0] => A [1] => Jan. 22 22 ) [2] => Array ( [0] => D [1] => Jan. 2 22 ) [3] => Array ( [0] => B [1] => Dec. 25 21 ) )
    2 points
  13. COALESCE() comes in useful here SELECT ... FROM tablename WHERE COALESCE(colname, '') = '';
    2 points
  14. I use mostly PHP Debug and PHP Intelephense.
    2 points
  15. Create an array of those field names which are to be read only, for example $readonly = ['id', 'username', 'email']; then $ro = (in_array($key, $readonly)) ? 'readonly' : '';
    2 points
  16. @gizmola and I both gave you code that you have not implemented. You should spend some time going through this PDO tutorial. Making a PDO connection is one of the simplest things you would ever need to do. https://phpdelusions.net/pdo This is all that is required to make a PDO connection. Anything you do beyond this, you should know exactly WHY you are doing more. $con = new PDO("mysql:host=localhost;dbname=test", 'root', '');
    2 points
  17. Probably not what you really want, but it is what you asked for: $midPt = floor(strlen($content)/2); $file["content"] = substr($content, 0, $midPt) . $context['user']['id'] . substr($content, $midPt);
    2 points
  18. Apparently the DateInterval class supports milliseconds, but the default method does not support it as an input value. You need to instead use the createFromDateString class of that method // convert your date to DateTime object $date = '10:00:00.500000'; $dt = new DateTime($date); // convert your period to $interval = '00:25:10.300000'; //Extract time parts list($hours, $minutes, $totalSeconds) = explode(':', $interval); list($wholeSeconds, $milliSeconds) = explode('.', $totalSeconds); //Create interval with milliseconds $intervalString = "{$hours} hours + {$minutes} minutes + {$wholeSeconds} seconds + {$milliSeconds} microseconds"; $interval = DateInterval::createFromDateString($intervalString); // Add interval to date $dt->add($interval);// Format date as you needecho $dt->format('H:i:s'); echo $dt->format('Y-m-d\TH:i:s.u'); //Output: 2021-11-12T10:25:10.800000
    2 points
  19. Just before closing the book on this one, please ask yourself this: In [another] four months time, are you going to look at this code and ask yourself "What the H*** does this do?" You will spend far more time reading code than writing it (accepted industry stats estimate 80% reading, 20% writing). Always favour Clarity and Correctness over Conciseness or Cleverness. Regards, Phill W.
    2 points
  20. It's the antithesis of progress and learning. We can only tell him stuff that he already knows, which is pointless. If he doesn't know it he won't use it. Therefore, whatever we tell him is a waste of time.
    2 points
  21. Using a DB, I'd do it this way (tables used are from my SQL tutorial). Select a house name and the pupils menu lists pupils from that house. <?php const HOST = 'localhost'; const USERNAME = '????'; const PASSWORD = '????'; const DATABASE = 'jointute'; // default db $db = pdoConnect(); //============================================================================== // HANDLE AJAX CALLS // if (isset($_GET['ajax'])) { if ($_GET['ajax']=='pupilopts') { exit( json_encode(pupilOptions($db, $_GET['hid']))); } exit('INVALID REQUEST'); } //============================================================================== function houseOptions($db) { $opts = "<option value=''>- select house -</option>\n"; $res = $db->query("SELECT houseID , house_name FROM house ORDER BY house_name "); foreach ($res as $r) { $opts .= "<option value='{$r['houseID']}'>{$r['house_name']}</option>\n"; } return $opts; } function pupilOptions($db, $hid) { $opts = []; $res = $db->prepare("SELECT pupilID , CONCAT(lname, ', ', fname) as name FROM pupil WHERE houseID = ? ORDER BY lname, fname "); $res->execute([$hid]); $pups = $res->fetchAll(); $opts = array_column($pups, 'name', 'pupilID'); sort($opts); return $opts; } function pdoConnect($dbname=DATABASE) { $db = new PDO("mysql:host=".HOST.";dbname=$dbname;charset=utf8",USERNAME,PASSWORD); $db->setAttribute(PDO::ATTR_ERRMODE, PDO::ERRMODE_EXCEPTION); $db->setAttribute(PDO::ATTR_DEFAULT_FETCH_MODE, PDO::FETCH_ASSOC); $db->setAttribute(PDO::ATTR_EMULATE_PREPARES, false); return $db; } ?> <!DOCTYPE html> <html lang='en'> <head> <title>Example</title> <meta charset='utf-8'> <script type="text/javascript" src="https://code.jquery.com/jquery-3.3.1.min.js"></script> <script type='text/javascript'> $().ready( function() { $("#houses").change( function() { var hid = $(this).val() $.get( "", // specify processing file on server (in this case it's same file) {"ajax":"pupilopts", "hid":hid}, // data to send in request function(resp) { // handle the response $("#pupils").html("<option value=''> - select pupil -</option"); $.each(resp, function(k, v) { $("#pupils").append($("<option>", {"val":k, "text":v})) }) }, "JSON" // response type ) }) }) </script> <style type='text/css'> body { font-family: calibri, sans-serif; font-size: 12pt; } div { margin: 16px; padding: 8px; border: 1px solid gray; } label { display: inline-block; background-color: black; color: white; width: 120px; padding: 8px; margin: 1px 8px; } </style> </head> <body> <div> <label>House</label> <select id="houses" > <?= houseOptions($db) ?> </select> </div> <div> <label>Pupil</label> <select id="pupils" > <!-- pupil options --> </select> </div> </body> </html>
    2 points
  22. First, let me just opine that there are generally accepted reasons to create stored procedures. Those include 'performance', 'adding business logic', 'doing things that can't easily be done in a single query/ie having procedural logic', 'providing a procedural api that enforces business rules', and in the case of triggers, enforcing complex data integrity, which is often done with triggers, and can't easily or robustly done client-side. What you have to understand about MySQL, is that it doesn't work the same way that Sybase/MS-SQL Server or Oracle work. In those DB's, sprocs are cached in global server memory, so they can be shared by connections. Oracle also has heavy client connection overhead. MySQL does not work that way. Quite probably, a normal query will be faster with MySQL in many circumstances, when compared with a sproc, because you have to understand that MySQL sprocs are not available in a shared memory structure like Oracle. So performance is not one of the advantages of sprocs in MySQL. The sproc memory exists PER Connection! So that should give you pause, from a performance standpoint, because each connection will need memory allocation for sprocs, and conversely, the fact that clientA is calling a sproc, does absolutely nothing for clientB. There has been rumblings that something might be done about this architecture, but as of MySQL 8, as far as I know the per connection sproc cache is still local. So to be absolutely clear, what happens when you create a connection to MySQL, every time you use a sproc, it gets compiled (if it was not already used), and stored in memory. There is not pre-compilation performance boost you get from other databases like Oracle. Furthermore, PHP is a "shared nothing" environment. Depending on how you are running PHP, database connections will be created/destroyed frequently, or upon every execution. The fact that mysql connections are lightweight and performant is one of the reasons it has always been a good partner for PHP data persistence. This was your original concern. Most of us tried to convince you that you already are covered for those concerns by: Disallowing multiple statements in PDO Using bind variables Using InnoDB with allocation of memory to buffer pools, to maximize cache hit of result set data PHP does give you a robust and highly capable language to build your reporting tool, and your code can be safe and will be performant against mysql, and sprocs bring nothing to the table that will make that better for you. I understand that you have felt frustrated in this conversation, but this is a frequent phenomenon in the tech communities I frequent, when someone comes from a point of view that has predetermined a particular approach is the only way to do it. People immediately question whether or not, as the old adage goes, this is a "person with a hammer, who sees everything as a nail." I think this was a valuable thread that contributed to the community, and I appreciate your perseverance and patience in sticking with it, but I also hope you can see that developers who are donating their time to try and help other developers tend to get a bit irritated when they perceive that someone is telling them "just shutup and answer my question", especially when they aren't convinced that the problem to be solved has been articulated clearly. With that said, I hope you will continue to find the forum valuable to you now and in the future.
    2 points
  23. Or avoid the concatenation which is usually the biggest source of error (and the query string needs an "=") echo "<a href='icerik.php?icerik={$goster['icerik_id']}'>{$goster['baslik']}</a>";
    2 points
  24. I was in my fifties when I first came across something called HTML. I knew Basic from from my days with a BBC home microcomputer so I started using Visual Basic to create web pages. Daily, I would log in to the Compuserve Bulletin Board using my dial-up modem to exchange ideas (much like now - plus ca change, plus ca meme). I started to write Java applets to enhance my pages but, no sooner had I started to become reasonably proficient, the world switched to Flash (which has since died a death). Disheartened, I let the Java lapse. One of the biggest mistakes I've made as today's phone apps are essentially Java applets. A year or so later I came across PHP and much prefered its Java/C type syntax to Basic. My preference was cemented when I discovered that rewriting my VB/ASP scripts in PHP gave me a 3x+ speed increase (in one case a 70x increase in performance as VB was crap at handling long string concatenations). Anyway, the moral is "You ain't too old".
    2 points
  25. While PHPStorm is subscription based, it's pretty good in my opinion and for an IDE it has helped my PHP skills a lot. It makes suggestions on how to write the code in a better way that I would never have thought of and makes syntax errors easy to resolve. I am not affiliated with JetBrains as I just like using their developer tools as it simplifies my coding a lot.
    2 points
  26. This fails $j = "{'admin': 1, 'moderator': 1}" ; $a = json_decode($j, 1); echo '<pre> a ' . print_r($a, 1) . '</pre>'; This works $j = '{"admin": 1, "moderator": 1}' ; $b = json_decode($j, 1); echo '<pre> b ' . print_r($b, 1) . '</pre>'; Note the quotes in the JSON string.
    2 points
  27. Doesn't your console have a "preserve" option? Or, add "return false" to the end of your submitData() function to stop the page refreshing
    2 points
  28. If you want to use silly names like that with the "." at the end then you need the column name inside backticks. SELECT `KNr.` FROM .... From MySQL manual
    2 points
  29. A more efficient way is to only select the 8 rows you're looking for instead of selecting the entire table.
    2 points
  30. Hello everyone, I'm very new to this site. I'm here to learn how to code in PHP as I once did. I'm very raw at tho, and I'm looking to start back up in it again. So again, hello everyone and remember I'm new. So any dummy questions I made ask, please bear with me. I would like to start my own web site for my own purpose. Something very small and for my needs. And to top it all off, I'm going to run it on a Raspberry Pi from my home. This is should be a fun trip. Thanks Sincerely Dan
    2 points
  31. $json = '[{"id":"1","category":"public health","type":"top"},{"id":"2","category":"environment","type":"top"},{"id":"3","category":"global unrest","type":"top"},{"id":"4","category":"military","type":"top"},{"id":"6","category":"super powers","type":"top"},{"id":"7","category":"technology","type":"top"},{"id":"8","category":"human rights","type":"top"},{"id":"60","category":"space race","type":"top"},{"id":"67","category":"globalism","type":"top"},{"id":"87","category":"government","type":"top"}]'; $array = json_decode($json, 1); // decode as an array $column = 'category'; $categories = array_column($array, $column); // get the $column values echo '<pre>' . print_r($categories, 1) . '</pre>'; gives Array ( [0] => public health [1] => environment [2] => global unrest [3] => military [4] => super powers [5] => technology [6] => human rights [7] => space race [8] => globalism [9] => government )
    2 points
  32. These are the results I get (wordlist contains 351,100 records) $t1 = microtime(1); $res = $db->query("SELECT word FROM wordlist WHERE MATCH (word) AGAINST ('sang*' IN BOOLEAN MODE)"); $t2 = microtime(1); printf('Query 1 : %0.4f seconds<br>', $t2 - $t1); $t1 = microtime(1); $res = $db->query("SELECT word FROM wordlist WHERE word LIKE 'sang%'"); $t2 = microtime(1); printf('Query 2 : %0.4f seconds<br>', $t2 - $t1); results (74 words found) Query 1 : 0.0026 seconds Query 2 : 0.0005 seconds
    2 points
  33. Rinse and repeat - exchanging u1 and u2 $new = []; foreach ($array as $a) { if (!isset($new[$a['u1']])) { $new[$a['u1']] = []; } $new[$a['u1']][] = $a['u2']; //repeat exchanging u1 and u2 if (!isset($new[$a['u2']])) { $new[$a['u2']] = []; } $new[$a['u2']][] = $a['u1']; } // // Output $new array // echo '<pre>'; foreach ($new as $u1 => $u2s) { printf('<br><b>%4d</b> | ', $u1); foreach ($u2s as $u) { printf('%4d &vellip;', $u); } }
    2 points
  34. You've fixed things but you haven't fixed things. Like these: if(isset($_POST['d_name'])){ } if(isset($_POST['manner_death'])){ } if(isset($_POST['place_death'])){ } if(isset($_POST['nok'])){ } if(isset($_POST['rel_nok'])){ } if(isset($_POST['morgue_att'])){ } What are those doing? Nothing. They don't do anything. Then you have if(isset($_POST['tag_num'])){ if(isset($_POST['treatment'])) The first line makes sense, but the second? Without a pair of { } then it will only run the very first line of code that comes after: the assignment for $d_name. Then in your query, $query = "insert into data ( d_name, manner_death, place_death ,nok, rel_nok, morgue_att, tag_num, treatment) values ( '$d_name'.'$manner_death','$place_death','$nok','$rel_nok','$morgue_att','$tag_num','$treatment')"; you managed to fix the one syntax error but you created a new one. You cannot create websites by putting code in your editor and hoping everything will work. You have to make actual, conscious, deliberate decisions about the code. You have to know what different pieces of code mean. You have to understand why code is what it is and then how you can use it to accomplish what you want. So before you try to write more code, stop and take a few days to learn what you can about PHP. Then come back to this file and put some thought into each line of code in it.
    2 points
  35. Do you mean something like this? <?php // get the "name" headings that you need for the columns // and also use them as keys in a "template" array // $res = $db->query("SELECT DISTINCT name FROM dataset ORDER BY name "); $names = $res->fetchAll(); $heads = array_column($names, 'name'); $temp = array_fill_keys($heads, ''); $table_header = "<tr><td></td><td class='thead'>Result</td><td class='thead'>" . join("</td><td class='thead'>", $heads) . "</td></tr>\n"; // now get the data // store in an array by "id" // witd subarrays for each name $res = $db->query("SELECT id , edate , result , name , nos FROM maintab m JOIN dataset d ON m.id = d.mid ORDER BY id "); $data = []; foreach ($res as $r) { if (!isset($data[$r['id']])) { $data[$r['id']] = [ 'edate' => $r['edate'], 'result' => $r['result'], 'names' => $temp // the template array from earlier ]; } $data[$r['id']]['names'][$r['name']] = $r['nos']; // put value in tempate array } // now we simply output data array into html table rows $tdata = ''; foreach ($data as $row) { $tdata .= "<tr><td>{$row['edate']}</td><td>{$row['result']}</td><td>" . join('</td><td>', $row['names']) . "</td></tr>\n"; } ?> <html> <head> <title>Example</title> <style type='text/css'> td { padding: 4px 10px; } .thead { font-weight: 600; border-top: 1px solid gray; border-bottom: 1px solid gray; } </style> </head> <body> <table> <?= $table_header ?> <?= $tdata ?> </table> </body> </html> OUTPUT [edit] PS Sorry about the data typo. That's what happens when people post pictures instead of copyable text.
    2 points
  36. In case anyone comes here and wants to know what the answer was, since that wasn't shared, Problem 1 - phpunit/phpunit[9.3.3, ..., 9.5.x-dev] require ext-dom * -> it is missing from your system. Install or enable PHP's dom extension. - Root composer.json requires phpunit/phpunit ^9.3.3 -> satisfiable by phpunit/phpunit[9.3.3, ..., 9.5.x-dev]. phpunit requires ext-dom (aka the DOM extension) but apparently it's missing. Install it.
    2 points
  37. less... $matched = array_intersect_key($all, array_flip($referred_by_Affiliate));
    2 points
  38. mysqli::get_result() is not available on all implementations Another reason to ditch mysqli for PDO.
    1 point
  39. I wrote step by step instructions a few years ago in the Laragon forum on how to upgrade to Mysql8. I assume Laragon is the actual dev on your system and you are not trying to install Mysql outside of Laragon. You will need to register on the forum. See instructions here.... https://forum.laragon.org/topic/2017/mysql-8-upgrade-instructions/2
    1 point
  40. 'false' is a string value, not a boolean false. From the PHP manual...
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  41. To simplify your input form and the resulting 'inventory' form I would keep them entirely separate. Let the users check the inventory with one form that queries the db and outputs a very simple screen that most easily can be done with an html table. Then give them a button that takes them to your 2nd form that lets them choose from a drop down of ages, and a dropdown of sex and updates the db with their choices. I assume that your db has one table that will have an age column and a sex column and the user id of any person who has made a commitment. Also you may have a table of those people who have committed that gives you contact info as well as the user id. So - 2 tables. Does this sound like something you can do?
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  42. Perhaps something like this (my identifiers do not exactly match yours) SELECT h.schoolname as home , a.schoolname as away , sch.preview , GROUP_CONCAT(DISTINCT h.name, ', ', h.ht, ' ', h.pos, '; ', h.grade SEPARATOR ' / ' ) as home_team , GROUP_CONCAT(DISTINCT a.name, ', ', a.ht, ' ', a.pos, '; ', a.grade SEPARATOR ' / ' ) as away_team FROM schedule sch JOIN ( SELECT s.schoolname , concat(p.namefirst, ' ', p.namelast) as name , concat(p.feet, '\'', p.inches, '"') as ht , pos.description as pos , g.description as grade , s.school_id FROM school s JOIN player p ON s.school_id = p.schoolid JOIN grade g USING (grade) JOIN position pos USING (position) ) h ON sch.home_id = h.school_id JOIN ( SELECT s.schoolname , concat(p.namefirst, ' ', p.namelast) as name , concat(p.feet, '\'', p.inches, '"') as ht , pos.description as pos , g.description as grade , s.school_id FROM school s JOIN player p ON s.school_id = p.schoolid JOIN grade g USING (grade) JOIN position pos USING (position) ) a ON sch.away_id = a.school_id PS, output home: School 10 away: School 11 preview: Game on! home_team: Andrew Baker, 6'2" Point Guard; JR / Bernard Cook, 6'5" Shooting Guard; JR / Charles Draper, 6'1" Small Forward; JR / David Potter, 6'4" Power Forward; JR / Eric Fletcher, 6'0" Centre; JR away_team: Frank Gardener, 5'11" Point Guard; JR / Graham Hatter, 6'6" Shooting Guard; JR / Harry Joiner, 6'7" Small Forward; JR / Ian Miller, 6'4" Power Forward; JR / Julie Archer, 5'6" Centre; JR
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  43. you should not put user-provided data into your sql query strigs. It exposes you to "SQLinjection". Used prepared statements intead https://www.php.net/manual/en/pdo.prepare.php https://www.php.net/manual/en/pdostatement.execute.php The first query "SELECT quantity FROM book ..." gets the quantity then stores that quantity in the variable "$available". If the book id isn't found, fetchColumn() would return "false" hence the intva()l to change that to 0 - if no books or no record I don't want to update).
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  44. Agree, but it's pretty clear this is someone learning PHP who is perhaps doing coursework. Writing code of this sort would not be viewed kindly in any professional environment where there are code reviews.
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  45. I see that you're using the parseInt function. What does it do?
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  46. I'd do it this way $res = $db->query("SELECT status_to , COUNT(*) as tot FROM crm_log GROUP BY status_to "); $totals = array_column($res->fetchAll(), 'tot', 'status_to'); $heads = "<tr><th>" . join('</th><th>', array_keys($totals)) . "</th></tr>\n"; $vals = "<tr><td>" . join('</td><td>', $totals) . "</td></tr>\n"; ?> <table border='1'> <?=$heads?> <?=$vals?> </table>
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  47. Remember, people are not there to see what is actually happening or what you are doing. The solution that you get that works might be something that you don't understand, but a person who helped you who put his or her time in should at least be thanked. At least you acknowledge and thanked that in the last post that you made. I once had someone help me with a PHP script that I didn't understand and even to this day still don't after deciphering it, but it worked and there wasn't another solution out there. So I used it anyways as I spent too much time on the particular part of the script. There are a lot of times I don't understand what something does, but only to have a light-bulb go on in my head months or even years later. Object-oriented programming is something that I could do, but really never understood the meat & potatoes of it until now. It's starting to make a lot of sense now and to me that is what is fun with it comes to coding.
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  48. Greetings 🙂 This is a story up again. I think i have heard it before. Earning money, say good bye to all, and moving to the south or Asia (Australia is in oceania). First i moved to Hua Hin in Thailand, got married, divorced, moved to Torrevieja in Spain and then.... now i travel between Norway and Torrevieja while i am planing and opening a new page for making my new history for the future. I do not yet know what those plans are based on, or... i know what they are based on, but i dont know what the plans will be 👍 Soooo, what they will be when a finished result is in front of me. I dont have a clue. I just know that something is growing. I have studied what is applicable today within standards in development and programming. I feel as "lost and helpless" as almost a year ago when I resumed programming and development. It is not easy to get acquainted with the new when you have to learn the old that is basic again. Believe me, I've been trying for almost a year. Old age weighs, and age that is the one who should be so light and bear. I will never be the same 😞 Good luck mate 🙂
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  49. Try $start_from = ($page - 1) * $num_per_page;
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