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  1. Hey guys, I am currently facing an issue with my profile.php page for my website. i have a function that is grabbing information of a logged in user grabbing his ID and his data array combining the 2 and creating a variable that will let me echo out the info for the end user on their profile page. the function that is creating an error : function user_data($user_id){$data = array(); $user_id = (int)$user_id; $func_num_args = func_num_args(); $func_get_args = func_get_args(); if ($func_num_args > 1) { unset($func_get_args[0]); $fields = '`' . implode('`, `', $func_get_args) . '`' ; $query = ("SELECT $fields FROM `users` WHERE `user_id` = $user_id"); echo $query . '<br><br>' ; < ---- ADDED FOR DEBUGGING --------- NOT PART OF CODE $run = mysql_query($query); print_r($run); < ---- ADDED FOR DEBUGGING --------- NOT PART OF CODE echo '<br><br>'; < ---- ADDED FOR DEBUGGING --------- NOT PART OF CODE $data = mysql_fetch_assoc($run); print_r($data) . '<br><br>'; < ---- ADDED FOR DEBUGGING --------- NOT PART OF CODE return $data; die(); < ---- ADDED FOR DEBUGGING --------- NOT PART OF CODE } } The function seems to work properly when printing the array and the query , firing the query independently in sql and getting a TRUE; Results: Line 156 of this file is that Function above ^ I dont understand why i am getting this error : I understand that i need the $query to fire correctly and return a resource to the fetch_assoc() , but as it shows above the resource is being provided and is still returning as a string ???. any suggestions ?
  2. I want to create a text based real time strategy game. I would like to know how I can create an ingame mine that produces x amount of resources/h. And then to make the mine upgrade able. Witch wil take y amount of time to upgrade and cost z amount of resources to upgrade. And then increase the production per hour by a new amount per hour. Any one willing to help or even show me code that will do this or even direct me to a tutorial please.
  3. I keep running into this problem on a few of my scripts now. I am putting together a signup and login form. (i know basic stuff). I have managed to create the signup and it is inserting and displaying information from my database and table. I can successfully connect as well. The warning that I am getting is : Warning: mysql_num_rows() expects parameter 1 to be resource, boolean given in /home/content/80/11355280/html/login.php on line 30 Line 30 is BOLD mysql_connect("$host", "$username", "$password");mysql_select_db("$db_name"); $wcdname=mysql_real_escape_string($_POST['wcdname']); $pword=mysql_real_escape_string($_POST['pword']); $sql="SELECT * FROM $tbl_name WHERE username='$wcdname' and password='$pword'"; $result=mysql_query($sql); $count=mysql_num_rows($result); if($count==1){ session_register("wcdname"); session_register("pword"); (line 30) header("location:login_complete.html"); } else { echo "Wrong Username or Password"; } ?> If I change anything on line 30 It gives me the same warning but jumps back to line 26. It is displaying the ELSE echo for Wrong Username and Password. However the username and password is correct. I am having the same problem on a few other scripts I am trying. I have also had a problem with the way I was connecting. Im not sure if its best to define the variables or to just make a connection without them. I dont know if that could be the reason I am getting an error as well. I am registered through godaddy. Thank you if you can help me, sorry for being a noob.
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