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premiso

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premiso last won the day on September 27 2012

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About premiso

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  1. I use bash I know of http://sourceforge.net/projects/mysqlcc/ which works decent. The workbench I just hated. The MySQLCC program was the best I found, but I still prefer to use the CLI.
  2. search is busted...or missing..

  3. For lowend VPS's: My favorite: http://buyvm.net Other decent ones: http://hostigation.com http://budgetvm.com http://chicagovps.net/ I have 1 VPS with the "Others" and 22 with BuyVM
  4. I prefer Geany for Windows Its not Java, which is a huge + in my book. May not have all the flashy features, but is a nice lightweight IDE.
  5. 69 votes to 40 votes.... how is that misleading? Oh and moved my vote to Other for Geany.
  6. Never heard of it, I will have to look into that.
  7. Well that may be, but I think you are saving the wrong file. The code I posted should not produce any notice errors. My 2cents, you are saving the wrong file. Here is the code I tested on my server, with no notice errors etc. <?php error_reporting(E_ALL); ini_set("display_errors", 1); if (!isset($_POST['submit']) || ($_POST['val1'] == "") || ($_POST['val2'] == "") || ($_POST['calc'] == "")) { header("Location: calculate_form.php"); exit; } if ($_POST['calc'] == "add") { $result = $_POST['val1'] + $_POST['val2']; $what = " plus "; } else if ($_POST['calc'] == "subtract") { $result = $_POST['val1'] - $_POST['val2']; $what = " minus "; } else if ($_POST['calc'] == "multiply") { $result = $_POST['val1'] * $_POST['val2']; $what = " times "; } else if ($_POST['calc'] == "divide") { $result = $_POST['val1'] / $_POST['val2']; $what = " divided by "; } echo 'My calculations returned: ' . $_POST['val1'] . $what . $_POST['val2'] . " = " . $result; ?> Which returned: My calculations returned: 2 plus 3 = 5
  8. Ummm.... <?php if (!isset($_POST['submit']) || ($_POST['val1'] == "") || ($_POST['val2'] == "") || ($_POST['calc'] == "")) { header("Location: calculate_form.php"); exit; } if ($_POST['calc'] == "add") { $result = $_POST['val1'] + $_POST['val2']; } else if ($_POST['calc'] == "subtract") { $result = $_POST['val1'] - $_POST['val2']; } else if ($_POST['calc'] == "multiply") { $result = $_POST['val1'] * $_POST['val2']; } else if ($_POST['calc'] == "divide") { $result = $_POST['val1'] / $_POST['val2']; } echo 'My calculations returned: ' . $result; ?> That would be the proper way to do it. Is that giving you an error/notice? Chances are the book is just plain wrong. Programmers are not very good book writers.
  9. <?php if (!isset($_POST['submit']) || ($_POST['val1'] == "") || ($_POST['val2'] == "") || ($_POST['calc'] == "")) { header("Location: calculate_form.php"); exit; } if ($_POST['calc'] == "add") { $result = $_POST['val1'] + $_POST['val2']; } else if ($_POST['calc'] == "subtract") { $result = $_POST['val1'] - $_POST['val2']; } else if ($_POST['calc'] == "multiply") { $result = $_POST['val1'] * $_POST['val2']; } else if ($_POST['calc'] == "divide") { $result = $_POST['val1'] / $_POST['val2']; } ?> isset and using ' around array indexes should solve your woes.
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