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  1. I need to output the exact below array format from the mysqli_fetch_assoc rows The Array "Need to achieve like this" ["172"=>["4","6"],"174"=>["4","6"],"175"=>["4","3","6"],"176"=>["4","3"],"177"=>["4","6"],"181"=>["3","6"],"182"=>["7"],"183"=>["3","4"],"184"=>["4","3","6"],"185"=>["3","6"],"186"=>["8","6"],"188"=>["3","6"],"189"=>["3","6"],"190"=>["6"],"191"=>["3","6","4","7"]]; It's var_dump "Need to achieve like this" array(15) { [172]=> array(2) { [0]=> string(1) "4" [1]=> string(1) "6"} [174]=> array(2) { [0]=> string(1) "4" [1]=> string(1) "6" } [175]=> array(3) { [0]=> string(1) "4" [1]=> string(1) "3" [2]=> string(1) "6" } [176]=> array(2) { [0]=> string(1) "4" [1]=> string(1) "3" } [177]=> array(2) { [0]=> string(1) "4" [1]=> string(1) "6" } [181]=> array(2) { [0]=> string(1) "3" [1]=> string(1) "6" } [182]=> array(1) { [0]=> string(1) "7" } [183]=> array(2) { [0]=> string(1) "3" [1]=> string(1) "4" } [184]=> array(3) { [0]=> string(1) "4" [1]=> string(1) "3" [2]=> string(1) "6" } [185]=> array(2) { [0]=> string(1) "3" [1]=> string(1) "6" } [186]=> array(2) { [0]=> string(1) "8" [1]=> string(1) "6" } [188]=> array(2) { [0]=> string(1) "3" [1]=> string(1) "6" } [189]=> array(2) { [0]=> string(1) "3" [1]=> string(1) "6" } [190]=> array(1) { [0]=> string(1) "6" } [191]=> array(4) { [0]=> string(1) "3" [1]=> string(1) "6" [2]=> string(1) "4" [3]=> string(1) "7" } } My Code $query = mysqli_query($dbConnection,"SELECT id, job_category_id FROM jobs"); while($row = mysqli_fetch_assoc($query)){ $job_id = $row['id']; $job_category_id = htmlspecialchars($row['job_category_id']); $job_category_id = unserialize(base64_decode($job_category_id)); $asscArrays = [$job_id=>$job_category_id]; // Here I am trying to achieve the array template like the I mentioned above } var_dump $asscArrays array(1) { [172]=> array(2) { [0]=> string(1) "4" [1]=> string(1) "6" } } array(1) { [174]=> array(2) { [0]=> string(1) "4" [1]=> string(1) "6" } } array(1) { [175]=> array(3) { [0]=> string(1) "4" [1]=> string(1) "3" [2]=> string(1) "6" } } array(1) { [176]=> array(2) { [0]=> string(1) "4" [1]=> string(1) "3" } } array(1) { [177]=> array(2) { [0]=> string(1) "4" [1]=> string(1) "6" } } array(1) { [181]=> array(2) { [0]=> string(1) "3" [1]=> string(1) "6" } } array(1) { [182]=> array(1) { [0]=> string(1) "7" } }
  2. Hello I have this error it appears between all pages while I am navigating from one page to another, this error appears and disappears immediately, but it appears and remains present when viewing sales reports page. /*--------------------------------------------------------------*/ /* Function for checking which user level has access to the page /*--------------------------------------------------------------*/ function page_require_level($require_level){ global $session; $current_user = current_user(); $login_level = find_by_groupLevel($current_user['user_level']); //if user not login if (!$session->isUserLoggedIn(true)): $session->msg('d','Please Sign in'); redirect('index.php', false); //if Group status Deactive elseif($login_level['group_status'] === '0'): //Line 195 $session->msg('d','User Banned'); redirect('home.php',false); //checking logged in User level and Require level is Less than or equal to elseif($current_user['user_level'] <= (int)$require_level): return true; else: $session->msg("d", "Error"); redirect('home.php', false); endif; }
  3. I have code where I'm simply calling an API and I've converted it to loop the call so that I can call it with three different argument values. This is because the API is structured where it can accept one value for that argument at a time, but I need to compare the results of the three calls and I think the best way is to build a single array from the responses by either pushing a value if it exists or pushing the whole index if not. Think of it like the API response can give me data that can be as much as 400 products that are sold across 3 stores. All 400 may be sold in one store, but maybe only 120 in another and 100 in the third. I need my array to be all 400 products but I'll want to have an array within that holds the stores for the given product. Code: $IdentifierTest = 1472; $arguments = ['store 1', 'store 2', 'store 3']; $TestApi = app(TestApi::class); $newArray = array(); foreach($arguments as $argument){ $testResponse = $TestApi->getData($IdentifierTest, $argument); $Data = $testResponse->getResult()->getData(); // get the final results of call //check if array empty, and if so, push all records // if not empty, start checking 'id' against existing array records. If match, push stores. If not, add record to array } $this->makeFile($IdentifierTest, $Data); An example of the response is: array:426 [▼ 0 => prices {#2698 ▼ #container: array:11 [▼ "prd" => 2380 "id" => "173489" "price" => "65.00" ] } The issue is that specific example only shows up when calling the API with 'store 1' and 'store 2' as the argument, but not 'store 3'. What I'd like to do is call the API with each argument and create a new array with a ```stores``` index that pushes the store number if the id exists in the call, like so: array:426 [▼ 0 => prices {#2698 ▼ #container: array:11 [▼ "prd" => 2380 "id" => "173489" "price" => "65.00" stores: array[ 'store 1', 'store 2' ] ] } So when it's called with 'store 1' I would push the response into an array with 'store 1' as the value in 'stores', then on 'store 2' I would take the response and first check to see if the id exists in the array I've made. If it exists, I'll add 'store 2' to the 'stores' and if not I'll make a new index in the array. Basically, if product (id) 178293 is sold in all three stores then that means it would come back in all 3 API response calls and would end up being a single record in this new array with ```stores['store 1', 'store 2', 'store 3']``` How can I create a new array from this where I push only the stores if the id exists in the API call while keeping the current structure?
  4. Can someone please help me? i cant quite figure out how to parse out the following json data: {"data":[{"id":2464,"vehiclemodel_id":969,"vehicleyear_id":39,"created_at":"2016-10-10 14:51:02","updated_at":"2016-10-10 14:51:02","attributevalues":{"data":[]},"items":{"data":[{"id":389,"brand_id":406,"country_id":227,"product_id":6,"sku":"015-01003","name":"MULTIRATE FORK SPRINGS 41MM","list_price":"126.95","standard_dealer_price":"88.99","supplier_product_id":"FS-1028","length":24.5,"width":4.7,"height":1.9,"weight":3.42,"upc":null,"superseded_sku":null,"status_id":"STK","status":"STK","unit_of_measurement_id":null,"has_map_policy":false,"sort":0,"created_at":"2016-06-17 20:47:51","updated_at":"2022-01-03 17:39:04","published_at":"2016-06-17 20:47:51","images":{"data":[{"id":94477,"domain":"cdn.wpsstatic.com\/","path":"images\/","filename":"88ff-5b02f15f8c0b7.jpg","alt":null,"mime":"image\/jpeg","width":5419,"height":3473,"size":6496067,"signature":"2f99154396b9412e1a0db1c10f29fdf1fc989f9db8236efdb28d52341a445405","created_at":"2018-05-21 16:18:46","updated_at":"2018-05-21 16:18:46"}]}},{"id":394,"brand_id":406,"country_id":227,"product_id":263235,"sku":"015-01012","name":"LOWERING FORK SPRINGS 41MM","list_price":"139.95","standard_dealer_price":"98.99","supplier_product_id":"LK-2011","length":24.5,"width":4.5,"height":1.7,"weight":3.43,"upc":null,"superseded_sku":null,"status_id":"STK","status":"STK","unit_of_measurement_id":null,"has_map_policy":false,"sort":0,"created_at":"2016-06-17 20:47:51","updated_at":"2022-01-03 17:39:05","published_at":"2016-06-17 20:47:51","images":{"data":[{"id":174,"domain":"cdn.wpsstatic.com\/","path":"images\/","filename":"becb-572a4ec444772.jpg","alt":null,"mime":"image\/jpeg","width":1000,"height":447,"size":138779,"signature":"dc570b1218a024f1acf9dd4b39fc6e7ea2a12d64fae46622e2a25d85e31d8d76","created_at":"2016-05-04 19:34:28","updated_at":"2017-02-23 18:01:01"}]}},{"id":634992,"brand_id":434,"country_id":227,"product_id":185661,"sku":"810-0607","name":"BRAKE PEDAL COVER TOURING BAD AXE BLACK","list_price":"99.00","standard_dealer_price":"69.30","supplier_product_id":"BAX-340-BLK","length":7,"width":5,"height":1,"weight":1,"upc":null,"superseded_sku":null,"status_id":"NEW","status":"NEW","unit_of_measurement_id":12,"has_map_policy":true,"sort":0,"created_at":"2022-04-13 07:53:11","updated_at":"2022-05-16 07:31:54","published_at":"2022-05-16 07:31:54","images":{"data":[]}}]},"vehiclemodel":{"data":{"id":969,"vehiclemake_id":22,"db2_key":"193","name":"FLSTF Softail Fat Boy","created_at":"2016-10-10 14:47:50","updated_at":"2018-04-11 17:43:23","vehiclemake":{"data":{"id":22,"db2_key":"HARLEY","name":"Harley-Davidson","created_at":"2016-10-10 14:47:14","updated_at":"2021-12-22 17:44:31"}}}},"vehicleyear":{"data":{"id":39,"name":1993,"created_at":"2016-10-10 14:50:07","updated_at":"2016-10-10 14:50:07"}}}],"meta":{"cursor":{"current":"61poYD9eaDkR","prev":null,"next":null,"count":1}}} here is where it is also layed out differently: { "data": [ { "id": 2464, "vehiclemodel_id": 969, "vehicleyear_id": 39, "created_at": "2016-10-10 14:51:02", "updated_at": "2016-10-10 14:51:02", "attributevalues": { "data": [] }, "items": { "data": [ { "id": 389, "brand_id": 406, "country_id": 227, "product_id": 6, "sku": "015-01003", "name": "MULTIRATE FORK SPRINGS 41MM", "list_price": "126.95", "standard_dealer_price": "88.99", "supplier_product_id": "FS-1028", "length": 24.5, "width": 4.7, "height": 1.9, "weight": 3.42, "upc": null, "superseded_sku": null, "status_id": "STK", "status": "STK", "unit_of_measurement_id": null, "has_map_policy": false, "sort": 0, "created_at": "2016-06-17 20:47:51", "updated_at": "2022-01-03 17:39:04", "published_at": "2016-06-17 20:47:51", "images": { "data": [ { "id": 94477, "domain": "cdn.wpsstatic.com/", "path": "images/", "filename": "88ff-5b02f15f8c0b7.jpg", "alt": null, "mime": "image/jpeg", "width": 5419, "height": 3473, "size": 6496067, "signature": "2f99154396b9412e1a0db1c10f29fdf1fc989f9db8236efdb28d52341a445405", "created_at": "2018-05-21 16:18:46", "updated_at": "2018-05-21 16:18:46" } ] } }, { "id": 394, "brand_id": 406, "country_id": 227, "product_id": 263235, "sku": "015-01012", "name": "LOWERING FORK SPRINGS 41MM", "list_price": "139.95", "standard_dealer_price": "98.99", "supplier_product_id": "LK-2011", "length": 24.5, "width": 4.5, "height": 1.7, "weight": 3.43, "upc": null, "superseded_sku": null, "status_id": "STK", "status": "STK", "unit_of_measurement_id": null, "has_map_policy": false, "sort": 0, "created_at": "2016-06-17 20:47:51", "updated_at": "2022-01-03 17:39:05", "published_at": "2016-06-17 20:47:51", "images": { "data": [ { "id": 174, "domain": "cdn.wpsstatic.com/", "path": "images/", "filename": "becb-572a4ec444772.jpg", "alt": null, "mime": "image/jpeg", "width": 1000, "height": 447, "size": 138779, "signature": "dc570b1218a024f1acf9dd4b39fc6e7ea2a12d64fae46622e2a25d85e31d8d76", "created_at": "2016-05-04 19:34:28", "updated_at": "2017-02-23 18:01:01" } ] } }, { "id": 634992, "brand_id": 434, "country_id": 227, "product_id": 185661, "sku": "810-0607", "name": "BRAKE PEDAL COVER TOURING BAD AXE BLACK", "list_price": "99.00", "standard_dealer_price": "69.30", "supplier_product_id": "BAX-340-BLK", "length": 7, "width": 5, "height": 1, "weight": 1, "upc": null, "superseded_sku": null, "status_id": "NEW", "status": "NEW", "unit_of_measurement_id": 12, "has_map_policy": true, "sort": 0, "created_at": "2022-04-13 07:53:11", "updated_at": "2022-05-16 07:31:54", "published_at": "2022-05-16 07:31:54", "images": { "data": [] } } ] }, "vehiclemodel": { "data": { "id": 969, "vehiclemake_id": 22, "db2_key": "193", "name": "FLSTF Softail Fat Boy", "created_at": "2016-10-10 14:47:50", "updated_at": "2018-04-11 17:43:23", "vehiclemake": { "data": { "id": 22, "db2_key": "HARLEY", "name": "Harley-Davidson", "created_at": "2016-10-10 14:47:14", "updated_at": "2021-12-22 17:44:31" } } } }, "vehicleyear": { "data": { "id": 39, "name": 1993, "created_at": "2016-10-10 14:50:07", "updated_at": "2016-10-10 14:50:07" } } } ], "meta": { "cursor": { "current": "61poYD9eaDkR", "prev": null, "next": null, "count": 1 } } } i can get the id 2464 but i cant get data under items -> data -> id (389) , or images data -> filename or list_price ect.. please help
  5. I have two multidimensional arrays as follows: Array 01 for new prices of items: Array ( [42] => Array ( [0] => 110 [1] => 0.00 ) [41] => Array ( [0] => 80 [1] => 70.00 ) [43] => Array ( [0] => 70 [1] => 60 ) [40] => Array ( [0] => 90 [1] => 80 ) ) 1 Array 02 for old prices of items: Array ( [42] => Array ( [sales_price] => 100.00 [our_price] => 0.00 ) [41] => Array ( [sales_price] => 80.00 [our_price] => 0.00 ) ) 1 Array key of both array are item ids (42,41,43,40). Now I need to compare $new and $old arrays to create update and insert queries. If the values in the new array are different from those in the old one, the table should be updated. If there are more elements in the new array than in the old array, they should be identified for the insert query. So basically I want to divide new array into two parts with comparing old array and considering the terms above. Expecting two arrays should be as follows: Array ( [42] => Array ( [0] => 110 [1] => 0.00 ) [41] => Array ( [0] => 80 [1] => 70.00 ) ) 1 Array ( [43] => Array ( [0] => 70 [1] => 60 ) [40] => Array ( [0] => 90 [1] => 80 ) ) 1 The Code I have so far: foreach ($priceNew as $newIds => $newPrices) { foreach($priceOld as $oldIds => $oldPrices) { } }
  6. My longest post of the year..... (thank you in advance for scrolling 😀) Here is what my $_POST array looks like using print_r($_POST) Array ( [newQuantity77777] => 3 [newPrice77777] => 5.00 [usedQuantity77777] => 1 [usedPrice77777] => 3.99 [total77777] => 18.99 [newQuantity88888] => // sometimes empty [newPrice88888] => [usedQuantity88888] => 4 [usedPrice88888] => 12.00 [total88888] => 48.00 [newQuantity44444] => 2 [newPrice44444] => 4.00 [usedQuantity44444] => 0 [usedPrice44444] => 3.99 [total44444] => 8.00 // these values I don't need [date] => July 25 2021 // these values below I don't need [address] => 123 Anystreet Avenue [address2] => [zipcode] => 90210 [city] => Beverly Hills [state] => CA [planet] => Mars ) I've been trying to use that array to create a special "sub-array" for only the SKU numbers and just their new and used quantities and prices. DESIRED RESULT: Array ( [77777] => Array ( [newQuantity] => 3 [newPrice] => 5.00 [usedQuantity] => 1 [usedPrice] => 3.99 ) [88888] => Array ( [newQuantity] => 0 [newPrice] => 0 [usedQuantity] => 4 [usedPrice] => 12.00 ) [44444] => Array ( [newQuantity] => 2 [newPrice] => 4.00 [usedQuantity] => 0 [usedPrice] => 3.99 ) ) Knowing that my SKU numbers are always exactly 5 digits, and no other $_POST keys will ever have 5 digits, I've been able to accomplish this with horribly convoluted and unsatisfactory code like this: $sku = array(); foreach($_POST as $var => $val) { $number = substr($var,-5); if (preg_match("/\d{5}/",$sku)) { $sku[$number] = // the array keys will be the SKU numbers // then I keep looping to look for the string "newQuantity" // capture that value... and create little mini arrays // for my big multidimensional array..... Is there a better way to go about this? Thank you.
  7. Hi, simply put; I am having a very difficult time trying to find a way I can Match (partial?) strings, comparing to 2 arrays (the matches have different [Keys].) for example: $abs="Bob Rob Sue"; $abt="sometext Bob1:2 moretext Sue3:4 othertext Rob5:6 etc"; how can I put into code, when "Bob1:2" is used, it finds a match of "Bob", and assigns the complete string of "Bob1:2" ? The course I have been trying I get Bob, Rob, and Sue.. but the #numbers# are in the wrong place. ie; it will result with "Sue5:6" I understand its a [key] issue, using array_intersect along with some explodes/implodes has helped get me this far.. but i am stumped. Someway of matching the two arrays coreectly (or keys) would be what i need to figure out. Heres is what i have now: Thank you for any help, at all. cheers. <?php $abs="Bob Rob Sue"; $abby="sometext Bob1:2 is Sue3:4 where Rob2:1 etc"; $nums = preg_replace('/[a-zA-Z]/', ' ', $abby); $lets = preg_replace('/[0-9]:?[^0-9]/', ' ', $abby); //$lets1=array_intersect($abs, $lets); $absArr = explode(' ', $abs); $abbyArr = explode(' ', $lets); $letsx=array_intersect($absArr, $abbyArr); //echo $letsx[0] . "</br>"; //############################################# $nums1='/(\d+\:\d+)/s'; preg_match_all($nums1, $nums, $nums2); foreach($nums2 as $numsx){ } $abi0="$letsx[0]+$numsx[0]"; $abi1="$letsx[1]+$numsx[1]"; $abi2="$letsx[2]+$numsx[2]"; $answer=$abi0."</br>".$abi1."</br>".$abi2."</br>"; echo $answer; ?> current results: Bob+1:2 Rob+3:4 Sue+2:1 My desire is that it would Result in: Bob+1:2 Sue+3:4 Rob+2:1 The #nums are obviously correct. but the #letters (words/names) obviously are not the same "[key]". I hope that this is doable.. Thanks in advance.
  8. I have an existing PHP array ($products) with various fields in it.... id / title / description / link / image link etc. etc. as per requirements for a Google Products feed (https://support.google.com/merchants/answer/7052112). My issue is that, for clothing, Google want a separate record for each size available. My array includes the "size" field as a comma separated list e.g. 6,8,10,12,14 or XS,S,M,L,XL etc. etc. So before creating the feed (a text file, which is currently outputting fine except for the size field issue) I need to duplicate each id where there's more than 1 size in that field, for each size, and then manipulate the fields a little so that (ignoring all the duplicated fields that would remain unchanged) instead of the single record : - id size item group id 52 6,8,10,12,14,16,18,20,22,24,26 I'd have 11 records, item group id would be what the id is, the size appended to the id, and the size field only one (in sequence of those from the original), so: - id size item group id 52-6 6 52 52-8 8 52 . .. ... 52-24 24 52 52-26 26 52 That's just one product....there are quite a lot, each with multiple sizes, but all in the same format within the $products array. As always, any help / pointers / solutions much appreciated!
  9. NOTE - Please read the information first as it contains important information to understand the problem. Rules → • There are 9 Columns(C1,C2,C3,C4,C5,C6,C7,C8,C9) [ Max columns will be 9] • The number of Rows can vary from 3,6,9,12,15,18 (Max). In this case Number of Rows shall be 12 Number of Rows = No of Tickets (Max Allowed 6) x Rows Per Ticket (Max Allowed 3). Thus, Max Rows can be 18 • Each Row is required to have 4 Blank Spaces and 5 Filled with Numbers • All numbers available in the Column Array have to be utilized • This configuration of an shall create a matrix of 9 Columns & 12 Rows (3 x 4 Tickets), which is 108 MATRIX BLOCKS where only a maximum of 60 numbers can be filled out of 108 available blocksrandomly with the above conditions being met 100%. • The numbers in column must be arranged / sorted in ASCENDING ORDER (For coding logic purpose, as soon as the number is assigned to the new MATRIX MAP use array_shift() or unset() the number so as to avoid repetition Example - Row 1 and Column 1 shall generate a MATRIX BLOCK - R1C1 Row 3 and Column 7 shall generate a MATRIX BLOCK - R3C7 Matrix Block can also be termed as Matrix Cell for your ease (if needed) MASTER SET OF ARRAY WITH NUMBERS array( "C1"=> array( 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 9 ), //7 Numbers "C2"=> array( 13, 14, 15, 17, 18, 19 ), //6 Numbers "C3"=> array( 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 30 ), //7 Numbers "C4"=> array( 31, 33, 34, 36, 37, 38, 39 ), //7 Numbers "C5"=> array( 41, 42, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50 ), //7 Numbers "C6"=> array( 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 57, 58 ), //7 Numbers "C7"=> array( 61, 62, 64, 65, 69, 70 ), //6 Numbers "C8"=> array( 71, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78 ), //6 Numbers "C9"=> array( 82, 83, 85, 87, 88, 89, 90 ) //7 Numbers ); The above array has 60 Numbers to be filled out of 108 MATRIX BLOCK / CELL which meets the condition that for a FULL BLOCK containing 4 MINI BLOCKS WITH 3 ROWS (max. allowed) EACH I have been able to generate this without any issue meeting all the conditions of the Columns My Allocation Matrix Array will look like array( "R1"=> array( "C1"=> true, // Means that MATRIX BLOCK R1C1 will be NOT EMPTY "C2"=> false, // Means that MATRIX BLOCK R1C2 will be EMPTY "C3"=> true, "C4"=> false, "C5"=> true, "C6"=> false, "C7"=> true, "C8"=> true, "C9"=> false ), "R2"=> array( "C1"=> false, "C2"=> true, "C3"=> false, "C4"=> true, "C5"=> false, "C6"=> true, "C7"=> true, "C8"=> true, "C9"=> false ), "R3"=> array( "C1"=> true, "C2"=> true, "C3"=> true, "C4"=> true, "C5"=> false, "C6"=> false, "C7"=> false, "C8"=> false, "C9"=> true ), "R4"=> array( "C1"=> true, "C2"=> true, "C3"=> true, "C4"=> false, "C5"=> true, "C6"=> true, "C7"=> false, "C8"=> false, "C9"=> false ), "R5"=> array( "C1"=> false, "C2"=> false, "C3"=> false, "C4"=> false, "C5"=> true, "C6"=> true, "C7"=> true, "C8"=> true, "C9"=> true ), "R6"=> array( "C1"=> true, "C2"=> true, "C3"=> false, "C4"=> true, "C5"=> false, "C6"=> true, "C7"=> false, "C8"=> false, "C9"=> true ), "R7"=> array( "C1"=> false, "C2"=> false, "C3"=> true, "C4"=> false, "C5"=> true, "C6"=> false, "C7"=> true, "C8"=> true, "C9"=> true ), "R8"=> array( "C1"=> true, "C2"=> false, "C3"=> false, "C4"=> true, "C5"=> false, "C6"=> false, "C7"=> true, "C8"=> true, "C9"=> true ), "R9"=> array( "C1"=> true, "C2"=> false, "C3"=> true, "C4"=> false, "C5"=> true, "C6"=> true, "C7"=> false, "C8"=> false, "C9"=> true ), "R10"=> array( "C1"=> false, "C2"=> true, "C3"=> true, "C4"=> true, "C5"=> true, "C6"=> false, "C7"=> true, "C8"=> false, "C9"=> false ), "R11"=> array( "C1"=> false, "C2"=> true, "C3"=> false, "C4"=> true, "C5"=> true, "C6"=> true, "C7"=> false, "C8"=> true, "C9"=> false ), "R12"=> array( "C1"=> true, "C2"=> false, "C3"=> true, "C4"=> true, "C5"=> false, "C6"=> true, "C7"=> false, "C8"=> false, "C9"=> true ) ); In the above array R stands for Row, C for Column, TRUE/FALSE (Boolean) means that if TRUE a Number can be filled in the resulting MATRIX BLOCK / CELL ( Row[Number]Column[Number] ) else if FALSE the MATRIX BLOCK / CELL shall be EMPTY The result for the above shall be PROBLEM : I am unable to understand what should possibly be the logic & loop used here for creating a MATRIX ALLOCATION MAP as shown above I have tried while, foreach & for but unable determine the perfect combination which would meet the conditions. (Tried all of the above with Nested Loops also)
  10. Hi all, I would like to ask you if somebody could have a better idea to build this function. The current one is working, but I feel this built a bit in an amateur manner. Feel free to add your ideas so we can learn more about PHP and how to deal with arrays. I have an array: $arrayVideoSpecs = Array( Array( 'aspect' => '4:3', 'density' => '442368', 'resolution' => '768x576' ), Array( 'aspect' => '4:3', 'density' => '307200', 'resolution' => '640x480' ), Array( 'aspect' => '16:9', 'density' => '2073600', 'resolution' => '1920x1080' ), Array( 'aspect' => '16:9', 'density' => '121600', 'resolution' => '1280x720' ) ); and I want an array as output grouped by video aspect ratio where the key is the pixel density and the value is the video resolution, namely like that for aspect ratio 16:9 ... Array ( [2073600] => 1920x1080 [121600] => 1280x720 ) Then I coded this function which is working but seems amateur ... function groupAndExtractByAspect($array, $groupBy, $aspect, $density, $resolution) { $groupByAspect = Array(); foreach ($array as $value) { $groupByAspect[$value[$aspect]][] = Array($value[$density], $value[$resolution]); } $arrayClean = Array(); foreach ($groupByAspect as $key => $value) { if ($key == $groupBy) { $arrayClean[$key] = $value; } } foreach ($arrayClean as $aspectGroup) { $arrayOutput = Array(); for ($i = 0; $i <= count($aspectGroup); $i++) { $densityIsValid = false; $resolutionIsValid = false; if (!empty($arrayClean[$groupBy][$i][0])) { $density = $arrayClean[$groupBy][$i][0]; $densityIsValid = true; } if (!empty($arrayClean[$groupBy][$i][1])) { $resolution = $arrayClean[$groupBy][$i][1]; $resolutionIsValid = true; } if (($densityIsValid === true) && ($resolutionIsValid === true)) { $arrayOutput[$density] = $resolution; } } } return $arrayOutput; } The usage is as follow ... $showArray = groupAndExtractByAspect($arrayVideoSpecs, '16:9', 'aspect', 'density', 'resolution'); echo '<pre>'; print_r($showArray); echo '</pre>'; Thank you very much for your ideas! Mapg
  11. I'm going crazy. I have two arrays. The first has working hours and the array is like this: ```array(7) { [0]=> array(4) { ["morning_from"]=> string(6) "closed" ["morning_to"]=> string(6) "closed" ["afternoon_from"]=> string(5) "13:00" ["afternoon_to"]=> string(5) "19:00" }``` The second one is the busy times, the array is like this: ```array(2) { [0]=> { ["title"]=> string(13) "Test" ["start_date"]=> string(19) "2019-11-25 13:00:00" ["end_date"]=> string(19) "2019-11-25 14:00:00" } }``` Now I do a cycle of 15 times because I need to make the list for the next 15 days from today. Then I compare the working hours in the morning with the appointments, if the time is occupied by an appointment I add a class to the div. The HTML that comes out should look like this: ``` <ul> <li> <div> <p>Sun</p><p>24 Nov</p> </div> <div class="uk-book-a-visit-closed">Closed</div> </li> <li> <div> <p>Mon</p> <p>25 Nov</p> </div> <div> <a class="uk-button-book-a-visit-hour uk-button-book-a-visit-hour-busy" id="a-book-a-visit" data-book-day="2019-11-25" data-book-hour="13:00">13:00</a> <a class="uk-button-book-a-visit-hour uk-button-book-a-visit-hour-busy" id="a-book-a-visit" data-book-day="2019-11-25" data-book-hour="13:30">13:30</a> <a class="uk-button-book-a-visit-hour uk-button-book-a-visit-hour-busy" id="a-book-a-visit" data-book-day="2019-11-25" data-book-hour="14:00">14:00</a> <a class="uk-button-book-a-visit-hour" id="a-book-a-visit" data-book-day="2019-11-25" data-book-hour="14:30">14:30</a> <a class="uk-button-book-a-visit-hour" id="a-book-a-visit" data-book-day="2019-11-25" data-book-hour="15:00">15:00</a> </div> </li> </ul> ``` Unfortunately it does not work as I would like, it does not mark correctly if the date is occupied. I'll post a piece of code: ```for ($book_i=0; $book_i <= 15; $book_i++) { if($book_i == 0){ $book_today_day = date('Y-m-d', strtotime($book_today)); }else{ $book_today_day = date('Y-m-d', strtotime($book_today . ' +'.$book_i.' day')); } $book_day = ucwords(strftime('%d %h', strtotime($book_today_day))); $book_name_day = ucwords(strftime('%a', strtotime($book_today_day))); if(count($getListCalendarStartToday) > $count_list_calendar_p){ $day_appointment_p_start = date('Y-m-d', strtotime($getListCalendarStartToday[$count_list_calendar_p]["start_date"])); $day_appointment_p_end = date('Y-m-d', strtotime($getListCalendarStartToday[$count_list_calendar_p]["end_date"])); }else{ $day_appointment_p_start = "N.D."; $day_appointment_p_end = "N.D."; } if($day_appointment_p_start == $book_today_day){ $count_more_appointment_on_some_days_morning = 0; $count_more_appointment_on_some_days_afternoon = 0; foreach ($getListCalendarStartToday as $key => $value) { $day = date('Y-m-d', strtotime($value["start_date"])); if($day == $book_today_day){ $count_more_appointment_on_some_days_morning += 1; $count_more_appointment_on_some_days_afternoon += 1; } } $book_output .= "<li>"; if(isset($user["working_time"]) && $user["working_time"]){ $book_output .= "<div><p>".$book_name_day."</p><p>".$book_day."</p></div>"; if($book_name_day == $lang["days-mon"]){ $book_day_int = 0; }else if($book_name_day == $lang["days-tue"]){ $book_day_int = 1; }else if($book_name_day == $lang["days-wed"]){ $book_day_int = 2; }else if($book_name_day == $lang["days-thu"]){ $book_day_int = 3; }else if($book_name_day == $lang["days-fri"]){ $book_day_int = 4; }else if($book_name_day == $lang["days-sat"]){ $book_day_int = 5; }else if($book_name_day == $lang["days-sun"]){ $book_day_int = 6; } $book_morning_from = $book_array_working_time[$book_day_int]["morning_from"]; $book_morning_to = $book_array_working_time[$book_day_int]["morning_to"]; $book_afternoon_from = $book_array_working_time[$book_day_int]["afternoon_from"]; $book_afternoon_to = $book_array_working_time[$book_day_int]["afternoon_to"]; $book_morning_from_hour = (int)substr($book_morning_from, 0, 2); $book_morning_to_hour = (int)substr($book_morning_to, 0, 2); $book_morning_from_min = (int)substr($book_morning_from, 3, 5); $book_morning_to_min = (int)substr($book_morning_to, 3, 5); $book_afternoon_from_hour = (int)substr($book_afternoon_from, 0, 2); $book_afternoon_to_hour = (int)substr($book_afternoon_to, 0, 2); $book_afternoon_from_min = (int)substr($book_afternoon_from, 3, 5); $book_afternoon_to_min = (int)substr($book_afternoon_to, 3, 5); $book_morning_from_hour_duplicated = $book_morning_from_hour; $book_morning_to_hour_duplicated = $book_morning_to_hour; $book_afternoon_from_hour_duplicated = $book_afternoon_from_hour; $book_afternoon_to_hour_duplicated = $book_afternoon_to_hour; $book_check_closed = 0; $check_day_morning = 0; if($book_afternoon_from_hour == 0 && $book_afternoon_to_hour == 0){ if($book_afternoon_from_hour == 0 && $book_afternoon_to_hour == 0 && $book_check_closed == 0){ $book_output .= "<div class='uk-book-a-visit-closed'>".$lang["system-appointment-book-a-visit-closed"]."</div>"; $book_check_closed = 1; } }else{ $book_output .= "<div>"; for ($n=0; $n < $count_more_appointment_on_some_days_afternoon; $n++) { if($count_list_calendar_p === $count_more_appointment_on_some_days_afternoon && $count_more_appointment_on_some_days_afternoon > 1){ $count_list_calendar_p -= 1; } $day_appointment_p_start_hour = date('H', strtotime($getListCalendarStartToday[$count_list_calendar_p]["start_date"])); $day_appointment_p_end_hour = date('H', strtotime($getListCalendarStartToday[$count_list_calendar_p]["end_date"])); $day_appointment_p_start_min = date('i', strtotime($getListCalendarStartToday[$count_list_calendar_p]["start_date"])); $day_appointment_p_end_min = date('i', strtotime($getListCalendarStartToday[$count_list_calendar_p]["end_date"])); for($book_afternoon_from_hour; $book_afternoon_from_hour <= $book_afternoon_to_hour; $book_afternoon_from_hour++){ if($book_afternoon_from_hour_duplicated != $book_afternoon_from_hour){ continue; } if($book_afternoon_from_hour != $book_afternoon_to_hour){ if($day_appointment_p_start_hour == number_add_leading_0($book_afternoon_from_hour)){ $book_afternoon_from_hour_duplicated += 1; $count_list_calendar_p += 1; if($book_afternoon_from_min == 0){ if($day_appointment_p_start_hour == $day_appointment_p_end_hour){ if($day_appointment_p_start_min >= 0 && $day_appointment_p_start_min <= 30){ $book_output .= "<a class='uk-button-book-a-visit-hour uk-button-book-a-visit-hour-busy' id='a-book-a-visit' data-book-day='".$book_today_day."' data-book-hour='".number_add_leading_0($day_appointment_p_start_hour).":00'>".number_add_leading_0($day_appointment_p_start_hour).":00</a>"; $book_output .= "<a class='uk-button-book-a-visit-hour' id='a-book-a-visit' data-book-day='".$book_today_day."' data-book-hour='".number_add_leading_0($day_appointment_p_start_hour).":30'>".number_add_leading_0($day_appointment_p_start_hour).":30</a>"; }else{ $book_output .= "<a class='uk-button-book-a-visit-hour' id='a-book-a-visit' data-book-day='".$book_today_day."' data-book-hour='".number_add_leading_0($day_appointment_p_start_hour).":00'>".number_add_leading_0($day_appointment_p_start_hour).":00</a>"; $book_output .= "<a class='uk-button-book-a-visit-hour uk-button-book-a-visit-hour-busy' id='a-book-a-visit' data-book-day='".$book_today_day."' data-book-hour='".number_add_leading_0($day_appointment_p_start_hour).":30'>".number_add_leading_0($day_appointment_p_start_hour).":30</a>"; } }else{ $count_hour_appointment = 0; for($day_appointment_p_start_hour; $day_appointment_p_start_hour <= $day_appointment_p_end_hour; $day_appointment_p_start_hour++) { if($day_appointment_p_start_hour == $day_appointment_p_end_hour){ if($day_appointment_p_end_min >= 0 && $day_appointment_p_end_min <= 30){ $book_output .= "<a class='uk-button-book-a-visit-hour uk-button-book-a-visit-hour-busy' id='a-book-a-visit' data-book-day='".$book_today_day."' data-book-hour='".number_add_leading_0($day_appointment_p_start_hour).":00'>".number_add_leading_0($day_appointment_p_start_hour).":00</a>"; $book_output .= "<a class='uk-button-book-a-visit-hour' id='a-book-a-visit' data-book-day='".$book_today_day."' data-book-hour='".number_add_leading_0($day_appointment_p_start_hour).":30'>".number_add_leading_0($day_appointment_p_start_hour).":30</a>"; }else{ $book_output .= "<a class='uk-button-book-a-visit-hour' id='a-book-a-visit' data-book-day='".$book_today_day."' data-book-hour='".number_add_leading_0($day_appointment_p_start_hour).":00'>".number_add_leading_0($day_appointment_p_start_hour).":00</a>"; $book_output .= "<a class='uk-button-book-a-visit-hour uk-button-book-a-visit-hour-busy' id='a-book-a-visit' data-book-day='".$book_today_day."' data-book-hour='".number_add_leading_0($day_appointment_p_start_hour).":30'>".number_add_leading_0($day_appointment_p_start_hour).":30</a>"; } }else{ if($day_appointment_p_start_min >= 0){ $book_output .= "<a class='uk-button-book-a-visit-hour uk-button-book-a-visit-hour-busy' id='a-book-a-visit' data-book-day='".$book_today_day."' data-book-hour='".number_add_leading_0($day_appointment_p_start_hour).":00'>".number_add_leading_0($day_appointment_p_start_hour).":00</a>"; $book_output .= "<a class='uk-button-book-a-visit-hour uk-button-book-a-visit-hour-busy' id='a-book-a-visit' data-book-day='".$book_today_day."' data-book-hour='".number_add_leading_0($day_appointment_p_start_hour).":30'>".number_add_leading_0($day_appointment_p_start_hour).":30</a>"; }else{ $book_output .= "<a class='uk-button-book-a-visit-hour uk-button-book-a-visit-hour-busy' id='a-book-a-visit' data-book-day='".$book_today_day."' data-book-hour='".number_add_leading_0($day_appointment_p_start_hour).":30'>".number_add_leading_0($day_appointment_p_start_hour).":30</a>"; } $count_hour_appointment += 1; } } $book_afternoon_from_hour_duplicated += $count_hour_appointment; $count_list_calendar_p += 1; } break; }else{ if($book_i == 0){ if($day_appointment_p_start_min >= $book_afternoon_from_min && $day_appointment_p_start_min <= 30){ $book_output .= "<a class='uk-button-book-a-visit-hour uk-button-book-a-visit-hour-busy' id='a-book-a-visit' data-book-day='".$book_today_day."' data-book-hour='".number_add_leading_0($day_appointment_p_start_hour).":".number_add_leading_0($book_afternoon_from_min)."'>".number_add_leading_0($day_appointment_p_start_hour).":".number_add_leading_0($book_afternoon_from_min)."</a>"; }else{ $book_output .= "<a class='uk-button-book-a-visit-hour' id='a-book-a-visit' data-book-day='".$book_today_day."' data-book-hour='".number_add_leading_0($book_afternoon_from_hour).":".number_add_leading_0($book_afternoon_from_min)."'>".number_add_leading_0($book_afternoon_from_hour).":".number_add_leading_0($book_afternoon_from_min)."</a>"; $book_output .= "<a class='uk-button-book-a-visit-hour uk-button-book-a-visit-hour-busy' id='a-book-a-visit' data-book-day='".$book_today_day."' data-book-hour='".number_add_leading_0($day_appointment_p_start_hour).":30'>".number_add_leading_0($day_appointment_p_start_hour).":30</a>"; } }else{ if($day_appointment_p_start_min >= $book_afternoon_from_min && $day_appointment_p_start_min >= 30){ $book_output .= "<a class='uk-button-book-a-visit-hour uk-button-book-a-visit-hour-busy' id='a-book-a-visit' data-book-day='".$book_today_day."' data-book-hour='".number_add_leading_0($day_appointment_p_start_hour).":30'>".number_add_leading_0($day_appointment_p_start_hour).":30</a>"; }else{ $book_output .= "<a class='uk-button-book-a-visit-hour uk-button-book-a-visit-hour-busy' id='a-book-a-visit' data-book-day='".$book_today_day."' data-book-hour='".number_add_leading_0($book_afternoon_from_hour).":00'>".number_add_leading_0($book_afternoon_from_hour).":00</a>"; $book_output .= "<a class='uk-button-book-a-visit-hour' id='a-book-a-visit' data-book-day='".$book_today_day."' data-book-hour='".number_add_leading_0($day_appointment_p_start_hour).":30'>".number_add_leading_0($day_appointment_p_start_hour).":30</a>"; } } $book_output .= "<a class='uk-button-book-a-visit-hour' id='a-book-a-visit' data-book-day='".$book_today_day."' data-book-hour='".number_add_leading_0($book_afternoon_from_hour).":00'>".number_add_leading_0($book_afternoon_from_hour).":00</a>"; } }else{ $book_afternoon_from_hour_duplicated += 1; $count_list_calendar_p += 1; if($book_afternoon_from_min == 0){ $book_output .= "<a class='uk-button-book-a-visit-hour' id='a-book-a-visit' data-book-day='".$book_today_day."' data-book-hour='".number_add_leading_0($book_afternoon_from_hour).":00'>".number_add_leading_0($book_afternoon_from_hour).":00</a>"; $book_output .= "<a class='uk-button-book-a-visit-hour' id='a-book-a-visit' data-book-day='".$book_today_day."' data-book-hour='".number_add_leading_0($book_afternoon_from_hour).":30'>".number_add_leading_0($book_afternoon_from_hour).":30</a>"; }else{ if($book_i == 0){ $book_output .= "<a class='uk-button-book-a-visit-hour' id='a-book-a-visit' data-book-day='".$book_today_day."' data-book-hour='".number_add_leading_0($book_afternoon_from_hour).":".number_add_leading_0($book_afternoon_from_min)."'>".number_add_leading_0($book_afternoon_from_hour).":".number_add_leading_0($book_afternoon_from_min)."</a>"; }else{ $book_output .= "<a class='uk-button-book-a-visit-hour' id='a-book-a-visit' data-book-day='".$book_today_day."' data-book-hour='".number_add_leading_0($book_afternoon_from_hour).":30'>".number_add_leading_0($book_afternoon_from_hour).":30</a>"; } $book_output .= "<a class='uk-button-book-a-visit-hour' id='a-book-a-visit' data-book-day='".$book_today_day."' data-book-hour='".number_add_leading_0($book_afternoon_from_hour).":00'>".number_add_leading_0($book_afternoon_from_hour).":00</a>"; } } }else{ if($book_afternoon_from_min == $book_afternoon_to_min){ $book_output .= "<a class='uk-button-book-a-visit-hour uk-button-book-a-visit-hour-closed' id='a-book-a-visit' data-book-day='".$book_today_day."' data-book-hour='".number_add_leading_0($book_afternoon_from_hour).":00'>".number_add_leading_0($book_afternoon_from_hour).":".number_add_leading_0($book_afternoon_from_min)."</a>"; }else{ if($book_afternoon_from_min == 0){ $book_output .= "<a class='uk-button-book-a-visit-hour' id='a-book-a-visit' data-book-day='".$book_today_day."' data-book-hour='".number_add_leading_0($book_afternoon_from_hour).":00'>".number_add_leading_0($book_afternoon_from_hour).":00</a>"; $book_output .= "<a class='uk-button-book-a-visit-hour uk-button-book-a-visit-hour-closed' id='a-book-a-visit' data-book-day='".$book_today_day."' data-book-hour='".number_add_leading_0($book_afternoon_from_hour).":".number_add_leading_0($book_afternoon_from_min)."'>".number_add_leading_0($book_afternoon_from_hour).":".number_add_leading_0($book_afternoon_from_min)."</a>"; }else{ $book_output .= "<a class='uk-button-book-a-visit-hour' id='a-book-a-visit' data-book-day='".$book_today_day."' data-book-hour='".number_add_leading_0($book_afternoon_from_hour).":".number_add_leading_0($book_afternoon_from_min)."'>".number_add_leading_0($book_afternoon_from_hour).":".number_add_leading_0($book_afternoon_from_min)."</a>"; $book_output .= "<a class='uk-button-book-a-visit-hour uk-button-book-a-visit-hour-closed' id='a-book-a-visit' data-book-day='".$book_today_day."' data-book-hour='".number_add_leading_0($book_afternoon_from_hour).":30'>".number_add_leading_0($book_afternoon_from_hour).":30</a>"; } } } } } $book_output .= "</div>"; } $book_output .= "</li>"; ```
  12. I'm trying to create a code that moves a string array A B C D E around based on the amount specified entered into a field in a form and the direction which is also entered into the form. What I want to do is to make the $newarray equal $array when the page is refreshed and the submit button is hit again. That way A B C D E when moved LEFT by 1 will be B C D E A and then if RIGHT and 2 is entered, you will see E A B C D. I've been struggling to get session working and just ended up more lost. Here is the code I got so far. I would greatly appreciate any help with this. <html> <div style="border:1px solid black;font-weight:bold;"> <div style="border:none;">A B C D E</div> <form method="POST"> <input type="text" name="thebutton"/> <input type="text" name="offset"/> <input type="submit" value="SUBMIT"/> </form> </div> <?php session_start(); if (isset($_POST["offset"], $_POST["thebutton"])) { $shift=$_POST["offset"]; $direction=$_POST["thebutton"]; $counter=0; $array=array('A','B','C','D','E'); if ($direction=="LEFT"){ for($i=$shift; $counter+$shift<5; $i++,$counter++){ $newarray[$counter]=$array[$counter+$shift]; } for($j=0; $j<$shift; $j++){ $newarray[$counter + $j]=$array[$j]; } } if ($direction=="RIGHT"){ for($counter=0,$k=5-$shift; $counter<$shift; $counter++){ $newarray[$counter]=$array[$counter+$k]; } for($j=0; $j<5-$shift; $j++){ $newarray[$counter + $j]=$array[$j]; } } echo $newarray[0]; echo $newarray[1]; echo $newarray[2]; echo $newarray[3]; echo $newarray[4]; } ?> </html>
  13. Say I have this array. $block_io->get_current_price(array()); That array will give me this output. { "status" : "success", "data" : { "network" : "BTC", "prices" : [ { "price" : "1500.01", "price_base" : "AUD", "exchange" : "coinspot", "time" : 1488955012 }, { How can I convert the above output into individual variables? For eg. $status = 'success'; $network = 'BTC'; $price = '1500.01'; ...etc
  14. Hello, Im hoping to get help from here, i have arrays of text fields that i need to get sums,.. <div class='fldgroup'> <input type="text" name="fld[0]"> <input type="text" name="fld[0]"> <input type="text" name="fld[0]"> <input type="text" name="sumfld[0]"> <button>Add Another Field</button> <input type="text" name="fld[1]"> <input type="text" name="fld[1]"> <input type="text" name="fld[1]"> <input type="text" name="sumfld[1]"> <button>Add Another Field</button> </div> <button>Add Another Group</button> how can i get the sum of all fld[0] and put it to sumfld[0] same as the fld[1] to sumfld[1],.. every text field is dynamically added using clone., i hope somebody can help me with this.... Thank you in advance...
  15. Hey guys, I have a php array that looks like this: Array ( [opportunity_items] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [id] => 2783 [opportunity_id] => 92 [item_id] => [item_type] => [opportunity_item_type] => 0 [opportunity_item_type_name] => Group [name] => Strobes [transaction_type] => [transaction_type_name] => [accessory_inclusion_type] => [accessory_inclusion_type_name] => [accessory_mode] => The array goes on for ages, but I have only shown the bits I need. I want to create a new array that just contains the [id] key. I can get the first value by doing this: echo $array["opportunity_items"]["0"]["id"]; But I somehow I need to loop through this to get all of the rest of the values. Thanks, Andy
  16. I'm using WordPress and Tribe's Event Calendar and Event ticket plus plugins. Their website is http://theeventscalendar.co.uk. I've been using their forums but it's taking a while to sort this out, so though someone on here might be able to help. I've got an array that I need to echo out part of. Inside each key (0, 1, 2, 3 and so on) there are numerous parts like ["ID"], ["name"] and so on. I want to echo out the ["name"] part of the key. I have a var dump for 10 keys in the array, each of which have their own ["name"] set. In the situation I'm using it, it will always have just 1 in the array, so I can target the first key in the array. Any ideas please on how to echo the ["name"] part? I have left a var dump of the array below. array(10) { [0]=> object(Tribe__Tickets__Ticket_Object)#4474 (20) { ["ID"]=> int(405) ["name"]=> string(16) "2 day sssts kent" ["description"]=> string(0) "" ["price"]=> string(3) "295" ["regular_price"]=> string(3) "295" ["on_sale"]=> bool(false) ["admin_link"]=> string(42) "http://ssstsuk.co.uk/wp-admin/&action=edit" ["frontend_link"]=> string(38) "http://ssstsuk.co.uk/2-day-sssts-kent/" ["provider_class"]=> string(48) "Tribe__Tickets_Plus__Commerce__WooCommerce__Main" ["provider":protected]=> NULL ["stock":protected]=> int(0) ["global_stock_mode":protected]=> string(3) "own" ["global_stock_cap":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_sold":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_pending":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_cancelled":protected]=> int(0) ["manage_stock":protected]=> bool(false) ["start_date"]=> string(19) "2016-07-07 08:00:00" ["end_date"]=> string(19) "2016-07-30 17:00:00" ["purchase_limit"]=> string(1) "0" } [1]=> object(Tribe__Tickets__Ticket_Object)#4494 (20) { ["ID"]=> int(308) ["name"]=> string(22) "2 Day SSSTS Chelmsford" ["description"]=> string(0) "" ["price"]=> string(3) "265" ["regular_price"]=> string(3) "265" ["on_sale"]=> bool(false) ["admin_link"]=> string(42) "http://ssstsuk.co.uk/wp-admin/&action=edit" ["frontend_link"]=> string(64) "http://ssstsuk.co.uk/1-day-health-safety-awareness-chelmsford-2/" ["provider_class"]=> string(48) "Tribe__Tickets_Plus__Commerce__WooCommerce__Main" ["provider":protected]=> NULL ["stock":protected]=> int(0) ["global_stock_mode":protected]=> string(3) "own" ["global_stock_cap":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_sold":protected]=> int(13) ["qty_pending":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_cancelled":protected]=> int(0) ["manage_stock":protected]=> bool(false) ["start_date"]=> string(19) "2016-06-20 08:00:00" ["end_date"]=> string(19) "2016-07-20 17:00:00" ["purchase_limit"]=> string(1) "0" } [2]=> object(Tribe__Tickets__Ticket_Object)#4687 (20) { ["ID"]=> int(306) ["name"]=> string(46) "1 Day Health & Safety Awareness Chelmsford" ["description"]=> string(0) "" ["price"]=> string(2) "95" ["regular_price"]=> string(2) "95" ["on_sale"]=> bool(false) ["admin_link"]=> string(42) "http://ssstsuk.co.uk/wp-admin/&action=edit" ["frontend_link"]=> string(62) "http://ssstsuk.co.uk/1-day-health-safety-awareness-chelmsford/" ["provider_class"]=> string(48) "Tribe__Tickets_Plus__Commerce__WooCommerce__Main" ["provider":protected]=> NULL ["stock":protected]=> int(0) ["global_stock_mode":protected]=> string(3) "own" ["global_stock_cap":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_sold":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_pending":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_cancelled":protected]=> int(0) ["manage_stock":protected]=> bool(false) ["start_date"]=> string(19) "2016-06-20 08:00:00" ["end_date"]=> string(19) "2016-07-19 17:00:00" ["purchase_limit"]=> string(1) "0" } [3]=> object(Tribe__Tickets__Ticket_Object)#4662 (20) { ["ID"]=> int(304) ["name"]=> string(46) "1 Day Health & Safety Awareness Colchester" ["description"]=> string(0) "" ["price"]=> string(3) "150" ["regular_price"]=> string(3) "150" ["on_sale"]=> bool(false) ["admin_link"]=> string(42) "http://ssstsuk.co.uk/wp-admin/&action=edit" ["frontend_link"]=> string(62) "http://ssstsuk.co.uk/1-day-health-safety-awareness-colchester/" ["provider_class"]=> string(48) "Tribe__Tickets_Plus__Commerce__WooCommerce__Main" ["provider":protected]=> NULL ["stock":protected]=> int(0) ["global_stock_mode":protected]=> string(3) "own" ["global_stock_cap":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_sold":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_pending":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_cancelled":protected]=> int(0) ["manage_stock":protected]=> bool(false) ["start_date"]=> string(19) "2016-06-20 08:00:00" ["end_date"]=> string(19) "2016-07-12 17:00:00" ["purchase_limit"]=> string(1) "0" } [4]=> object(Tribe__Tickets__Ticket_Object)#4475 (20) { ["ID"]=> int(301) ["name"]=> string(43) "1 Day Health & Safety Awareness Romford" ["description"]=> string(0) "" ["price"]=> string(3) "150" ["regular_price"]=> string(3) "150" ["on_sale"]=> bool(false) ["admin_link"]=> string(42) "http://ssstsuk.co.uk/wp-admin/&action=edit" ["frontend_link"]=> string(51) "http://ssstsuk.co.uk/1-day-health-safety-awareness/" ["provider_class"]=> string(48) "Tribe__Tickets_Plus__Commerce__WooCommerce__Main" ["provider":protected]=> NULL ["stock":protected]=> int(0) ["global_stock_mode":protected]=> string(3) "own" ["global_stock_cap":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_sold":protected]=> int(1) ["qty_pending":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_cancelled":protected]=> int(0) ["manage_stock":protected]=> bool(false) ["start_date"]=> string(19) "2016-06-20 08:00:00" ["end_date"]=> string(19) "2016-07-12 17:00:00" ["purchase_limit"]=> string(1) "0" } [5]=> object(Tribe__Tickets__Ticket_Object)#4705 (20) { ["ID"]=> int(298) ["name"]=> string(19) "2 Day SSSTS Romford" ["description"]=> string(0) "" ["price"]=> string(3) "295" ["regular_price"]=> string(3) "295" ["on_sale"]=> bool(false) ["admin_link"]=> string(42) "http://ssstsuk.co.uk/wp-admin/&action=edit" ["frontend_link"]=> string(33) "http://ssstsuk.co.uk/2-day-sssts/" ["provider_class"]=> string(48) "Tribe__Tickets_Plus__Commerce__WooCommerce__Main" ["provider":protected]=> NULL ["stock":protected]=> int(0) ["global_stock_mode":protected]=> string(3) "own" ["global_stock_cap":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_sold":protected]=> int(1) ["qty_pending":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_cancelled":protected]=> int(0) ["manage_stock":protected]=> bool(false) ["start_date"]=> string(19) "2016-06-20 09:00:00" ["end_date"]=> string(19) "2016-07-10 17:00:00" ["purchase_limit"]=> string(1) "0" } [6]=> object(Tribe__Tickets__Ticket_Object)#4719 (20) { ["ID"]=> int(237) ["name"]=> string(10) "SSSTS Test" ["description"]=> string(0) "" ["price"]=> string(4) "9.99" ["regular_price"]=> string(4) "9.99" ["on_sale"]=> bool(false) ["admin_link"]=> string(42) "http://ssstsuk.co.uk/wp-admin/&action=edit" ["frontend_link"]=> string(32) "http://ssstsuk.co.uk/sssts-test/" ["provider_class"]=> string(48) "Tribe__Tickets_Plus__Commerce__WooCommerce__Main" ["provider":protected]=> NULL ["stock":protected]=> int(0) ["global_stock_mode":protected]=> string(3) "own" ["global_stock_cap":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_sold":protected]=> int(6) ["qty_pending":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_cancelled":protected]=> int(0) ["manage_stock":protected]=> bool(false) ["start_date"]=> string(19) "2016-06-08 08:00:00" ["end_date"]=> string(19) "2016-06-17 17:00:00" ["purchase_limit"]=> string(1) "0" } [7]=> object(Tribe__Tickets__Ticket_Object)#4803 (20) { ["ID"]=> int(110) ["name"]=> string(13) "IT Training 1" ["description"]=> string(34) "Admits one person to IT Training 1" ["price"]=> string(5) "10.99" ["regular_price"]=> string(5) "10.99" ["on_sale"]=> bool(false) ["admin_link"]=> string(42) "http://ssstsuk.co.uk/wp-admin/&action=edit" ["frontend_link"]=> string(35) "http://ssstsuk.co.uk/it-training-1/" ["provider_class"]=> string(48) "Tribe__Tickets_Plus__Commerce__WooCommerce__Main" ["provider":protected]=> NULL ["stock":protected]=> int(0) ["global_stock_mode":protected]=> string(3) "own" ["global_stock_cap":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_sold":protected]=> int(2) ["qty_pending":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_cancelled":protected]=> int(0) ["manage_stock":protected]=> bool(false) ["start_date"]=> string(19) "2016-05-17 09:00:00" ["end_date"]=> string(19) "2016-06-17 17:00:00" ["purchase_limit"]=> string(1) "0" } [8]=> object(Tribe__Tickets__Ticket_Object)#4894 (20) { ["ID"]=> int(108) ["name"]=> string(21) "Health & Safety 2" ["description"]=> string(40) "Admits one person to health and safety 2" ["price"]=> string(5) "11.99" ["regular_price"]=> string(5) "11.99" ["on_sale"]=> bool(false) ["admin_link"]=> string(42) "http://ssstsuk.co.uk/wp-admin/&action=edit" ["frontend_link"]=> string(37) "http://ssstsuk.co.uk/health-safety-2/" ["provider_class"]=> string(48) "Tribe__Tickets_Plus__Commerce__WooCommerce__Main" ["provider":protected]=> NULL ["stock":protected]=> int(0) ["global_stock_mode":protected]=> string(3) "own" ["global_stock_cap":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_sold":protected]=> int(1) ["qty_pending":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_cancelled":protected]=> int(0) ["manage_stock":protected]=> bool(false) ["start_date"]=> string(19) "2016-05-17 09:00:00" ["end_date"]=> string(19) "2016-07-22 17:00:00" ["purchase_limit"]=> string(1) "0" } [9]=> object(Tribe__Tickets__Ticket_Object)#4906 (20) { ["ID"]=> int(106) ["name"]=> string(28) "Health & Safety Course 1" ["description"]=> string(49) "Admits one person to Health & Safety Course 1" ["price"]=> string(5) "11.99" ["regular_price"]=> string(5) "11.99" ["on_sale"]=> bool(false) ["admin_link"]=> string(42) "http://ssstsuk.co.uk/wp-admin/&action=edit" ["frontend_link"]=> string(44) "http://ssstsuk.co.uk/health-safety-course-1/" ["provider_class"]=> string(48) "Tribe__Tickets_Plus__Commerce__WooCommerce__Main" ["provider":protected]=> NULL ["stock":protected]=> int(0) ["global_stock_mode":protected]=> string(3) "own" ["global_stock_cap":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_sold":protected]=> int(10) ["qty_pending":protected]=> int(0) ["qty_cancelled":protected]=> int(0) ["manage_stock":protected]=> bool(false) ["start_date"]=> string(19) "2016-05-17 08:00:00" ["end_date"]=> string(19) "2016-06-10 17:00:00" ["purchase_limit"]=> string(1) "0" } }
  17. I have the following in a form that edits values already put into a dbase. $alev = array(1 => '1', 2 => '2', 3 => '3', 4 => '4', 5 => '5', 6 => 'AP'); $dblev = explode(',',$row['hw_lev']); foreach ($alev as $key => $lev){ if(in_array($lev,$dblev)){ echo "<input type='checkbox' name='ud_lev[]' value='$lev' checked> $lev"; } else { echo "<input type='checkbox' name='ud_lev[]' value='$lev'> $lev"; } When I attempt to edit the dbase values, the following occurs: When I select the "A" checkbox, it is input into the database and reflects in the results. When I attempt to edit this, the "A" box is checked and all is well. When I select anything else AND "A" ("1", "A"), it is input into the database and reflects in the results. When I attempt to edit this, the "1" box is checked but the "A" box is NOT checked. This is what I need. I feel like the problem is with the array? But it could be the loop.. Probably something totally staring me in the face. You know how it goes. I was wondering if you see a problem in the array or in the loop. Any thoughts would be appreciated!
  18. Hello there friends I have an select box and I would like to define the alue of the selects with array. Like this: var price_list= new Array(); price_list["-"]=0; price_list["bronze"]=5; price_list["silver"]=10; price_list["gold"]=15; The I have a Selectbox where <form action="" id="metal" onsubmit="return false;" <select id="a" name="metals" class="form-select"> <option value="-">-</option> <option value="bronze">bronze</option> <option value="silver">silver</option> <option value="gold">gold</option> </select> And performig calculations with following script (that works fine if the value is directly in select). And obviously there is another select (#b) but that is just numbers so I didn show it here. $(document).ready(function() { function compute() { var a = $('#metals').val(); var b = $('#b').val(); var total = a * b * 1.22; $('#result').text(total); } $('#metals, #b').change(compute); }); I just get returned NaN If you have an answer then please hit
  19. Hello, Have an associative array of variable length and variable key names. The POST array can have the following structure, where [rec_n] can have one or many elements. : $_POST Array ( [rec_1769057] => on [rec_1768743] => on [ponumb] => D000000034 [strnbr] => 100 ) The 'n' is a variable SKU number and concatenated from a select statement. There are thousands of SKUs. PONUMB and STRNBR are static and will always be at the end of the array. I have an algorithm for slicing this array into two separate arrays. skuitems Array ( [rec_1769057] => on [rec_1768743] => on ) postrnbr Array ( [ponumb] => D000000034 [strnbr] => 100 ) The two arrays are then assigned to a $params array one for each update statement... $params Array ( [0] => Array ( [0] => 1768743 [1] => D000000034 [2] => 100 ) [1] => Array ( [0] => 1769057 [1] => D000000034 [2] => 100 )) I would like to accomplish the above in one go... At present the solution has and O(2) notation. Here is the algorithm that works, but seems clunky to me. if( isset($postar) && is_array($postar)) { // first order of mag. $cnt = count($postar) - 2; // total minus last two elements $postrnbr = array_slice( $postar, -2, 2 ); // always ponumb and strnbr $skuitems = array_slice($postar, 0, $cnt); // will be one or more sku items $skukeys = array_keys($skuitems); $qparams = array(); //bind params for update statement foreach($skukeys as $sku) { // second order of mag. $skusplit = explode("_",$sku); // ie Array( [0]=>rec, [1]=>1234545 ) $qparams[] = array($skusplit[1], $postrnbr['ponumb'], $postrnbr['strnbr']); } } Thanks in advance! rwhite35
  20. I have an array of data where a user can delete names and their value, like below. This is what the array looks like after a couple are deleted: [0] => Array ( [name1] => [value1] => [name2] => Name [value2] => 10 [name3] => Another name [value3] => 20 [name4] => [value4] => [name5] => And Another [value5] => 40 ) I need to dynamically move up the values if any are deleted, so the array becomes: [0] => Array ( [name1] => Name [value1] => 10 [name2] => Another name [value2] => 20 [name3] => And Another [value3] => 40 [name4] => [value4] => [name5] => [value5] => ) I need to keep all named keys in the array too. Has anyone ran across this problem?
  21. Hi all, I currently have an array that is shown like this when I use print_r(array_values($temperature)); Array ( [0] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [0] => 9.29 ) [1] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [0] => 11.37 ) [2] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [0] => 13 ) [3] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [0] => 14 ) [4] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [0] => 8 ) [5] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [0] => 13.81 ) [6] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [0] => 19.84 ) [7] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [0] => 22 ) ) I want to find the highest and lowest value from the above array such as here 8 is the lowest and 22 being the highest value. I am not sure how I can order the array inside an array to do this. Thanks
  22. I'm trying to make a function that checks if there are enough seats available for visitors. If there's enough room for the visitors, return an array with suggested seats, else return null. Method: I'm making a gap, this gap will be increased by 1 everytime there is a available seat. At the end of my function, I compare if the $visitors fit in the $gap, if they don't return null and if they do, return the array. The problem: My function returns an array even though there's not enough room. My question: How do I let my function return null if there are not enough seats? This is my code: <?php error_reporting(E_ALL & ~E_NOTICE); $visitors = 6; $seats = array( array( 'seatAvailable' => '0', 'seatNumber' => '1' ), array( 'seatAvailable' => '0', 'seatNumber' => '2' ), array( 'seatAvailable' => '1', 'seatNumber' => '3' ), array( 'seatAvailable' => '1', 'seatNumber' => '4' ), array( 'seatAvailable' => '1', 'seatNumber' => '5' ), ); $gap = 0; echo "Visitors: ".$visitors; echo "<ol>"; function suggestSeats($seats,$visitors){ foreach($seats as &$val){ //If available if($val['seatAvailable'] == '1'){ //If there's no gap, start making one now: if($gap<1){ $gap = 1; } $gap++; //IF THERE ARE STILL VISITORS TO PROCESS, MARK THE SUGGESTED SEAT if($visitors > 0) { $val['seatAvailable'] = 'x'; $visitors--; } } //IF THERE ARE NO MORE VISITORS, EXIT LOOP if($visitors == 0) { break; } } //echo "gap".$gap; //If the visitors don't fit in the gap of available seats. if($visitors>$gap){ $result = null; } else{ $result = $seats; } return $result; } echo "</ol>"; echo "<pre>"; print_r (suggestSeats($seats,$visitors)); echo "</pre>"; ?> This is the output of my script as it is now: Visitors: 6 Array ( [0] => Array ( [seatAvailable] => 0 [seatNumber] => 1 ) [1] => Array ( [seatAvailable] => 0 [seatNumber] => 2 ) [2] => Array ( [seatAvailable] => x [seatNumber] => 3 ) [3] => Array ( [seatAvailable] => x [seatNumber] => 4 ) [4] => Array ( [seatAvailable] => x [seatNumber] => 5 ) ) I want it to show null instead of returning the array.
  23. Hi all, I am trying to calculate the straight line distance between two points by using their co-ordinates on each row from a mysql db that satisfies the query. It works fine, except the last for loop below calculates $lat[$x+1],$long[$x+1] to have blank fields as they no longer exist in the database therefore i have invalid distances calculated. My goal of this script is to find all the routes a particular day a flight attendant is working, by searching my db, rosters, then gathering the departure and arrival airport from this table. With these airports, I then extract their co-ordinates from the table, airports, and use the function below to calculate the distance. Hope it makes sense what I am trying to do below!! <?php function distance($lat1, $lon1, $lat2, $lon2, $unit) { $theta = $lon1 - $lon2; $dist = sin(deg2rad($lat1)) * sin(deg2rad($lat2)) + cos(deg2rad($lat1)) * cos(deg2rad($lat2)) * cos(deg2rad($theta)); $dist = acos($dist); $dist = rad2deg($dist); $miles = $dist * 60 * 1.1515; $unit = strtoupper($unit); if ($unit == "K") { return ($miles * 1.609344); } else if ($unit == "N") { return ($miles * 0.8684); } else { return $miles; } } $today = '2016-01-04'; $sql = "SELECT * FROM rosters WHERE Code = 'TESTUSER' AND SectorDate = '$today' ORDER BY BeginTime ASC"; $result = mysqli_query($cxn,$sql) or die ("Cant get rosters distance."); $dep = array(); $arr = array(); $lat = array(); $long = array(); while($row=mysqli_fetch_array($result)) { $dep[] = $row['Dep']; $arr[] = $row['Arr']; } echo 'Number of flights: '.count($dep).'<br />'; foreach($dep as $key => $value) { $sql = "SELECT * FROM airports WHERE IATA = '$value'"; $result = mysqli_query($cxn,$sql) or die ("Cant get airport coordinates."); while($row=mysqli_fetch_array($result)) { $lat[] = $row['Latitude']; $long[] = $row['Longitude']; } } $max = count($dep); for ($x = 0; $x <= $max; $x++) { echo $dep[$x].' - '.$arr[$x].'<br />'; echo floor(distance($lat[$x],$long[$x],$lat[$x+1],$long[$x+1], "N")) . "nm<br />"; } ?>
  24. This is my database structure: http://www.awesomescreenshot.com/image/733881/57d01b042ca99b9a36dde90dd6640cdc I would like to loop through all the child elements (those who's parent_id is set to the data_id within the same table). Therefore those with "parent_id" as "0" are parents, and those with parent_id with a number in it is a child. I would like help creating a function that will generate tables, with the table itself as the parent, and all the rows within it would be children of that parent. There is only one layer of depth in this project (one parent and one child layer always. ). Can anyone help, or would want a more detailed description? Thank you, and looking forward to a reply.
  25. Did you know that Php variables are Arrays? Bet you didn't. $var="Hello"; echo $var[1];// =e echo $var[4];// =0
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