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  1. Here's a line. I want to add 100 more of same lines and increment the page numbers as shown below. I know I can just manually add 100 lines but Is there a way to do this with PHP that would make it easy? Or is this more of a javascript thing? // original $page1 = '<a href="?type='. $type_id .'&name='. $get_type_3_name_slug .'&page=1">1</a>'; // new $page1 = '<a href="?type='. $type_id .'&name='. $get_type_3_name_slug .'&page=1">1</a>'; $page2 = '<a href="?type='. $type_id .'&name='. $get_type_3_name_slug .'&page=2">2</a>'; $page3 = '<a href="?type='. $type_id .'&name='. $get_type_3_name_slug .'&page=3">3</a>'; $page4 = '<a href="?type='. $type_id .'&name='. $get_type_3_name_slug .'&page=4">4</a>'; $page5 = '<a href="?type='. $type_id .'&name='. $get_type_3_name_slug .'&page=5">5</a>'; ...etc
  2. 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!
  3. 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 />"; } ?>
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