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ElijahLoop

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  1. There is a picture with dimensions of 10000 by 10000 pixels. Need to display a picture with dimensions of 200 by 100. Only need to use native php.
  2. The $a variable contains the news text. The $link variable contains a link to the page with the full text of this news. Need to write the abbreviated text of the news in the $b variable according to the rules: - crop up to 180 characters - assign an ellipsis - make the last 2 words and ellipsis a link to the full text of the news.
  3. Hi everyone. Please help me please. I'm just learning PHP. There was a task, I completed it, but they sent a response that it needs to be modified. You need to make changes: "When saving data, you need to take into account the keys of the new data and the data stored in the database(file), if the value with the key in the database(file) already exists, then you need to replace its value with a new one." and "The FileBox and DbBox classes should be implemented in such a way that you can not create more than one instance of each of the classes." Googled and came across what i need to apply
  4. Hello everyone. I'm just learning programming. I have a class: class DbBox extends BoxAbstract { public function save() { } public function load() { } } This class has two methods, Load and Save. How to format them correctly so that they can save data to a file?
  5. I'm just learning. And I'm not familiar with sql.
  6. Hello everyone. I'm a self learner that is very new to programming. Three tables are given: table `worker` (worker) with data - id (worker id), first_name (name), last_name (last name) table `child` (child) with data - worker_id (worker id), name (child name) table `car` (machine) with data - worker_id (worker id), model (car model) Table structure: CREATE TABLE `worker` ( `id` int(11) NOT NULL, `first_name` varchar(100) NOT NULL, `last_name` varchar(100) NOT NULL, PRIMARY KEY (`id`) ) ENGINE=InnoDB AUTO_INCREMENT=1 DEFAULT CHARSET=utf8; CREATE TABLE
  7. An array of "categories" is given: $categories = array( array("id" => 1, "title" => "Pants", "children" => array( array("id" => 2, "title" => "Boots", "children" => array( array("id" => 3, "title" => "Leather"), array("id" => 4, "title" => "Textile"), ), ), array("id" => 5, "title" => "Sneakers"), ), ), array( "id" => 6, "title" => "Sort", "children" =>
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