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  1. 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
  2. Hello everybody! I am trying to figure out how to obtain all the data related to a key, but I've got no results so far and I am becoming really frustated, let's see if any of you could help me out with this. Imagine I have a table with several columns, but we bother about two of them, let's say we have serial numbers of some product, on the left Incoming serial number (we can repair or swap the unit), on the right the outcoming serial number (same if we have repared the unit, different if we swap it for another unit). Then we have, for example: A -> A (Unit A enters and we repaired it) A -> B (Same unit came another day for some reason and we couldn't repair it, so we swap it by giving B to the customer) B -> C (Unluckily B was defective so we have to change it again) C -> C (C had another problem and we repaired it) We have that in the database from different days and the such, so now, we want to know the historical and we know "C". If we perform a SELECT * FROM... WHERE incoming/outcoming serial number = "C" we'll get: B -> C C -> C So we should seek now for B and keep going... but I cannot proceed correctly, 'cause if I SELECT using B I'll get again B -> C (and A -> B, what I want), but when do I know I have to finish? How could I implement this as a function or whatever? showing every not repeated line from the beginning. Could your minds help mine? Thank you very much in advance!.
  3. Hi guys, I'm trying to calculate where a future date runs in a 15 day cycle pattern, and then if the day lands on day 13 or 15 of the cycle pattern I want to do something with the result. For example: $pattern = 15; $start_date = strtotime("2015-12-14"); // day 1 // Day 15 = 2015-12-29 $chosen_date = strtotime("2016-03-30"); $difference = ($chosen_date - $start_date) / 83400; // Find which Day the 'chosen_date' comes in the sequence and... If($chosen_date == 13 || $chosen_date == 15) { Echo 'possible outcome. Day $chosen_date."; } Else { Echo 'not possible, day $chosen_date'; } Hope it makes sense! Cheers
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