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  1. When I send values to the foreach they are not recorded in the array. $x = $getProductID; $_SESSION['pColors'] = array(); if(isset($_POST['pColors'])) { foreach($_POST['pColors'] as $colorKey => $RColors) { $_SESSION['pColors'][$colorKey] = $RColors; } } var_dump($_SESSION['pColors']); Send date with AJAX: $('.addToCart').click(function(){ $.ajax({ url:""+realLink+"cart.php", method:"POST", data:{action:action,pColors:pColors}, success:function(data){ //alert(data); } }); });
  2. I have a DB of data: article-id, section-id, subsection-id, article-text. When a row is fetched I am displaying article, section, subsection as <h3>, <h4>, <h5> and then text in a <p>. Before outputting the text I want to scan it for other articles, sections, or subsections it may reference then turn that reference into a hyperlink. I read the PHP documentation but I can't find anything that translates to the basic commands of instring, indexof, and left/mid/right. Example: 1. Article Name 100. Article 1, section 1 100.a article 1, section 1, subsection a Text blah blah blah 105.f blah blah blah I want to find that 105.f and turn it into a link. All my articles, sections, and subsections are in the DB so I know I can use an array of the number values as my items to look for, but I can't figure out how to look.
  3. I currently have an array that I've built that dumps like this: 0 => array:11 [▼ "category_code" => "123" "category_name" => "Testing" "category_description" => "This is a test category" 19738 => array:5 [▼ "identifier" => "720368842943" "description" => Test Description One "count" => 4 "details" => array:2 [▼ 0 => array:3 [▼ "detail_code" => "2751" "detail_code2" => "43" "detail_specifier" => "Detail One" ] 1 => array:3 [▼ "detail_code" => "2681" "detail_code2" => "9" "detail_specifier" => "Detail Two" ] ] "prices" => array:1 [▼ "01" => "1129.00" ] ] 19739 => array:5 [▼ "identifier" => "720368844121" "description" => "Test Description Two" "count" => 4 "details" => array:2 [▼ 0 => array:3 [▼ "detail_code" => "2751" "detail_code2" => "43" "detail_specifier" => "Detail One" ] 1 => array:3 [▼ "detail_code" => "2681" "detail_code2" => "9" "detail_specifier" => "Detail Two" ] ] "prices" => array:1 [▼ "01" => "1490.00" ] ] I'm using laravel excel in order to export that as an excel file, but it's not quite working the way I intend When it exports to excel I only get the top level info: 123 | Testing | This is a test category But I want to get that info as a header and then each subsequent product for that category as a row, so with the example above it would look like: 123 | Testing | This is a test category ==================================================================================================================== 19738 | 720368842943 | Test Description One | 4 | 2751 | 43 | Detail One | 2681 | 9 | Detail Two | 1129.00 19739 | 720368844121 | Test Description Two | 4 | 2751 | 43 | Detail One | 2681 | 9 | Detail Two | 1490.00 Here's the excel code with the array I'm using, which is dumped above: $allCategoryResult= array(); foreach($prices->categories as $category){ $categoryItem = array(); $categoryItem["category_code"] = $category->category_code; $categoryItem["category_name"] = $category->category_name; $categoryItem["category_desc"] = $category->category_desc; foreach($category->skus as $sku){ $skuItem = array(); $skuItem["identifier"] = $sku->sku_info->identifier; $skuItem["description"] = $sku->sku_info->item->description; $skuItem["count"] = $sku->sku_info->item->item_type->count; $skuItem["details"] = array(); foreach ($sku->sku_info->details as $details) { $detailsItem = array(); $detailsItem["detail_code"] = $details->detail_code; $detailsItem["detail_code2"] = $details->detail_code2; $detailsItem["detail_specifier"] = $details->detail_specifier; $skuItem["details"][] = $detailsItem; } $skuItem["prices"] = get_object_vars($sku->prices); $itemCode = $sku->sku_info->item->item_code; $categoryItem[$itemCode] = $skuItem; } $allCategoryResult[] = $categoryItem; } $name = 'Test Export'; $build = Excel::create($name, function ($excel) use ($allCategoryResult) { $excel->setTitle('Test Export'); $excel->sheet('Test Export', function ($sheet) use ($allCategoryResult) { $sheet->fromArray($allCategoryResult);
  4. I'm trying to build a tree to display product groups, but I can't achieve what I want. There is a hierarchy for the tree which I need to follow: 1H 1HS 1HSMP I want to list all the categories (1H) with its subcategories(1HS), and it's subcategories (1HSMP). This is the code I'm currently using: <ul> <?php //Here we fetch category $categories_list = array(); if($stmt = $conn -> prepare("SELECT a.category, a.subcategory, a.subcategory1, a.category_description, a.subcategory_description, a.subcategory_description1, SUM(nsq.sales_amount) AS sales, SUM(nsq.sales_amount+nsq.cost_amount) AS RUC FROM dpb.articles a LEFT JOIN dpb.nav_sales_qty nsq ON nsq.article_no = a.article_no WHERE nsq.entry_type_desc = 'Prodaja' GROUP BY a.subcategory1")) { $stmt -> execute(); $stmt -> store_result(); $stmt -> bind_result($category, $subcategory, $subcategory1, $category_description, $subcategory_description, $subcategory_description1, $total_sales, $total_profit); while($stmt -> fetch()) { $categories_list[] = array('category' => $category, 'subcategory' => $subcategory, 'subcategory1' => $subcategory1, 'category_description' => $category_description, 'subcategory_description' => $subcategory_description, 'subcategory_description1' => $subcategory_description1, 'total_profit' => $total_profit, 'total_sales' => $total_sales); } $stmt -> close(); } foreach($categories_list as $key => $value) { ?> <li><?php echo $value['category'].' - '.$value['category_description']; ?> <ul> <?php //Here we filter subcategory if(strpos($value['subcategory'], $value['category']) === 0) { //Iterate over subcategory foreach ($value as $key2 => $value2) { debugVar($value2); ?> <li data-jstree='{"opened":true}'><?php echo $value2['subcategory'] . ' - ' . $value2['subcategory_description']; ?> <ul> <?php //Here we filter subcategory2 if (strpos($value['subcategory1'], $value['subcategory']) !== false) { ?> <li data-jstree='{"type":"file"}'> <?php echo $value['subcategory1']; ?> </li> <?php //Here we close subcategory1 if statement } ?> </ul> </li> <?php //Here we close subcategory if statement } } ?> </ul> </li> <?php //Close foreach loop } ?> </ul> The result I'm getting is attached in the photo, and it's not what I want! The result I need is the following: I find a category (1H), and then I find all of its subcategories which are 1H% (all that start with 1H) and display them bellow 1H. Then I iterate over all of these subcategories (example 1HS%, 1HP%, 1HRD%) and I find all of their subcategories which are starting with (1HS, 1HP, 1HRD) and display them. Example: 1H 1HS 1HSMP 1HSTR 1HSKT 1HP 1HPSD 1HPDD 1HPSA 1HRD 1HRDA 1HRDBV 1HRDTE 1HRDEF Can you please help me how to achieve that? I spent a lot of time, and I can't get the proper result.
  5. I's trying to transform data from mysql into something like $books below but it doenst seem to be working $books = array( "phil" => array("my girl" => 2.5, "the god delusion" => 3.5, "tweak" => 3, "the shack" => 4, "the birds in my life" => 2.5, "new moon" => 3.5) ) this is how I tried doing: $sql = "SELECT * from rating where user_id=11 limit 5"; $db_result = mysql_db_query($dbname,$sql) or trigger_error(mysql_error()); $num_rows = mysql_num_rows($db_result) or trigger_error(mysql_error()); while ($row = mysql_fetch_array($db_result)) { $one = $row['bookId']; $two = $row['user_id']; $three = $row['rating']; $ArraY= array( $two => array($one=>$three) ); print_r($ArraY); } but this is what i get : Array ( [11] => Array ( [123715] => 5 ) ) Array ( [11] => Array ( [140329] => 5 ) ) Array ( [11] => Array ( [3083854] => 4 ) ) Array ( [11] => Array ( [871236761] => 1 ) ) Array ( [11] => Array ( [451179757] => 1 ) ) Array ( [11] => Array ( [451403886] => 3 ) ) Array ( [24] => Array ( [044661095X] => 4 ) ) Array ( [24] => Array ( [014010268X] => 1 ) ) Array ( [24] => Array ( [812576063] => 5 ) ) Array ( [24] => Array ( [038076654X] => 1 ) ) instead of something like: Array ( [phil] => Array ( [my girl] => 2.5 [the god delusion] => 3.5 [tweak] => 3 [the shack] => 4 [the birds in my life] => 2.5 [new moon] => 3.5 ) [sameer] => Array ( [the last lecture] => 2.5 [the god delusion] => 3.5 [the noble wilds] => 3 [the shack] => 3.5 [the birds in my life] => 2.5 [new moon] => 1 ) [john] => Array ( [a thousand splendid suns] => 5 [the secret] => 3.5 [tweak] => 1 ) [peter] => Array ( [chaos] => 5 => 3.5 ) [jill] => Array ( [the last lecture] => 1.5 [the secret] => 2.5 [the noble wilds] => 4 [the host: a novel] => 3.5 [the world without end] => 2.5 [new moon] => 3.5 ) [bruce] => Array ( [the last lecture] => 3 [the hollow] => 1.5 [the noble wilds] => 3 [the shack] => 3.5 [the appeal] => 2 [new moon] => 3 ) [tom] => Array ( [chaos] => 2.5 ) ) Any help with how i can transform that will be much appreciated THANKS
  6. I asked this question before and I did receive the answer I was looking for. But now I realize something. It only works for the first result. Let me explain. I am using this API. https://block.io/api/simple/php $get_address = $block_io->get_transactions(array('type' => 'received', 'addresses' => $my_wallet)); $api_amount = $get_address->data->txs[0]->amounts_received[0]->amount; $api_recp = $get_address->data->txs[0]->amounts_received[0]->recipient; $api_trans_id = $get_address->data->txs[0]->txid; $api_sender_id = $get_address->data->txs[0]->senders; These are variables above i am using to check if something is true or not. For eg. The form below. I want to check if the $api_trans_id matches the the post id I submit below. if($api_trans_id == $_POST['trans-id']) { echo 'Success'; } else { echo 'Fail.'; } <form action="" method="post"> <input type="text" name="trans-id" value="" maxlength="1084" /> <input type="submit" name="submit" value="Submit" /> </form> The above works if the first result in the json array below has the same post id or else it fails. I want to loop through ALL the json arrays and try to match the post id($_POST['trans-id']). Below are the 3 array results to give you an example. The first txid is "41d9afcc73da63c45674088411460116cfefe324cc7a6f5fcb267d9f584adf73". If I submit this same id as the post id in the form, it'll be success full. But if I use the 2nd or 3rd txid below, it will fail. So how can I change this "$api_trans_id = $get_address->data->txs[0]->txid;" so that it looks for all three txid instead of only the first one? { "status" : "success", "data" : { "network" : "BTC", "txs" : [ { "txid" : "41d9afcc73da63c45674088411460116cfefe324cc7a6f5fcb267d9f584adf73", "from_green_address" : false, "time" : 1496877627, "confirmations" : 3080, "amounts_received" : [ { "recipient" : "1QFaAYB4r8sk7MG3beb7yY4R21t9JrnMwK", "amount" : "0.00200000" } ], "senders" : [ "2EqvPUTwjUuon6c2a6YxBreJtBkkZD5fsp" ], "confidence" : 1.0, "propagated_by_nodes" : null }, { "txid" : "2f72d4dd97234937ddf6e8174b17a9a421ba35bbfb6fa40cfeb6ac92db6ce032", "from_green_address" : false, "time" : 1491675979, "confirmations" : 12338, "amounts_received" : [ { "recipient" : "1QFaAYB4r8sk7MG3beb7yY4R21t9JrnMwK", "amount" : "0.00010000" } ], "senders" : [ "3L98MQZKvwNo21fFpY7RJ9HYfYdv62XpYz" ], "confidence" : 1.0, "propagated_by_nodes" : null }, { "txid" : "fce58f0cb1d32c1ed7c27825c41753ce98323771bd931f0a0f99b6294d9ee642", "from_green_address" : false, "time" : 1491672301, "confirmations" : 12341, "amounts_received" : [ { "recipient" : "1QFaAYB4r8sk7MG3beb7yY4R21t9JrnMwK", "amount" : "0.00010000" } ], "senders" : [ "4L98MQZKvwNo21fFpY7RJ9HYfYdv62XpYz" ], "confidence" : 1.0, "propagated_by_nodes" : null }, ] } }
  7. majortom84

    access array element

    How would you access the number 10 in the $arr array? <?php $val = ‘1.2.3.4.5.6.7.8.9.10.11.12’; $arr[] = array(‘a’=>explode(‘.’,$val)); ?>
  8. I am writing a CRON job that will execute daily. First it will identify from a MySql table the date in a field 'FAPforSale_repost35' If the date is the today date it will then execute commands to delete photo images in a directory, delete the directory, and finally remove the record from the database. I am on step one which is to build the array of records that match the days date. When I run the code, there are no errors but I am not getting results even though the records in the test table are set for today. Below is the select <?php define( "DIR", "../zabp_employee_benefits_processor_filesSm/", true ); require( '../zipconfig.php' ); require( DIR . 'lib/db.class.php' ); require_once( $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'] . '/_ZABP_merchants/configRecognition.php' ); require_once( $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'] . '/_ZABP_merchants/libRecognition/MailClass.inc' ); $todayRepost35 = date("Y-m-d"); echo $todayRepost35; function repostEndSelect() { global $db; $this->db = $db; $data = $this->db->searchQuery( "SELECT `FAPforSale_IDnumber`, `FAPforSale_image1`, `FAPforSale_image2`, `FAPforSale_image3`, `FAPforSale_repost35` FROM `FAP_forSaleTest` Where `FAPforSale_repost35` = '$todayRepost35' "); $this->FAPforSale_IDnumber = $data[0]['FAPforSale_IDnumber']; $this->FAPforSale_image1 = $data[0]['FAPforSale_image1']; $this->FAPforSale_image2 = $data[0]['FAPforSale_image2']; $this->FAPforSale_image3 = $data[0]['FAPforSale_image3']; $this->FAPforSale_repost35 = $data[0]['FAPforSale_repost35']; echo $this->FAPforSale_IDnumber; echo $this->FAPforSale_image1; echo $this->FAPforSale_image2; echo $this->FAPforSale_image3; echo $this->FAPforSale_repost35; } // ends function... echo( ' Finished...' ); ?> Thanks in advance for any suggestions or direction. Chapter two will be when I start testing the commands to delete.
  9. Say I have a table called artists with these fields (artistid, rank). Then say I have an array called $rankadjustments with a value for each artist (like 1, 7, 3,-3, 5, 9, etc). I am doing a MYSQL query that gets the info from artists table and sorts according to the rank field like this... $sql = "SELECT * FROM artists ORDER BY rank"; Easy enough. But what if I would like to bring that data back sorted by (rank + rankadjustment). For example, if the artist ranked 1st had a rank of "1" from mysql, but had a rankadjustment of "5" from the rankadjustment array, his "true" rank would be "6". Again, rankadjustment is NOT a field in my table, otherwise it would obviously be simple. It's calculated on the fly and stored in an array. FYI, the array has an index with their "artistid". For example, $rankadjustment[341][8] would be the artist with an artistid of "341" has a rank adjustment of 8. Is there a way to do this IN the query itself? It doesn't seem possible but wanted to find out for sure. If not, what is best way to do? I assume... Get the data sorted JUST by rank and put it all into an array, then create a new array that adds rank to rankadjustment and reorder by the "new" rank amount? I guess that wouldn't be too bad but again, wanted to make sure I'm not missing something that would allow me to do it all in the query (or just more efficiently). Thanks!
  10. Hello - hoping to find some direction with this. I think this is fairly simple for more experienced php coders but I'm having trouble with it. It's a php grep text string search that results in a list of files that contain the string. Hoping to split the $results value (list of file names) into separate links to open the file. I was able to convert into a link for the first file listed, but it links to that same file for all the entries in the list. I assume that maybe an array of $results needs to be created first rather than try and work with $results at the end? <?php /** * E.Yekta * cafewebmaster.com */ define("SLASH", stristr($_SERVER[SERVER_SOFTWARE], "win") ? "\\" : "/"); $path = ($_POST[path]) ? $_POST[path] : dirname(__FILE__) ; $q = $_POST[q]; function php_grep($q, $path){ $fp = opendir($path); while($f = readdir($fp)){ if( preg_match("#^\.+$#", $f) ) continue; // ignore symbolic links $file_full_path = $path.SLASH.$f; if(is_dir($file_full_path)) { $ret .= php_grep($q, $file_full_path); } else if( stristr(file_get_contents($file_full_path), $q) ) { $ret .= "$file_full_path\n"; } } return $ret; } if($q){ $results = php_grep($q, $path); } echo <<<HRD <pre > <form method=post> <input name=path size=100 value="$path" /> Path <input name=q size=100 value="$q" /> Query <input type=submit> </form> $results </pre > HRD; ?> php_grep.php
  11. 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.
  12. using php, how to delete values from an array and place those values in another array. Is it possible to take an array like this... Array ( [0] => Array ( [0] => var1 [1] => 1 [2] => var2 [3] => 2 [4] => 3 ) ) and make two arrays like this... Array ( [0] => Array ( [0] => 1 [1] => 2 [2] => 3 ) ) Array ( [0] => Array ( [0] => var1 [1] => var2 ) ) The word "var" inside of the array does not change value but numbers can change values.
  13. bananaman

    empty arrays

    Hi, please help me for school i need to make an assignment and i need to make an script with regular expressions to get an image from a site named asaphshop.nl. but the only thing happens is that it's searching in the localhost what should be on the site. this is my code: ​ <?php header('Content-Type: text/html; charset=utf-8'); $url = "http://www.asaphshop.nl/epages/asaphnl.sf/nl_NL/?ObjectPath=/Shops/asaphnl/Products/80203122"; $htmlcode = file_get_contents($url); $pattern = '#class="noscript">.*(<img.*>).*</div>#isU'; preg_match_all($pattern, $htmlcode, $matches); //print_r ($matches); $image = ($matches[0]); print_r ($image); ?> in the attached file is the thing i get
  14. drisate

    Table to Array

    Hey guys i need help with a CURL code. I need to retreive all the data in a table located at http://www.listenlive.nl/tvgenre.php?g=1&page=0 and parse the data to finish with an array that looks like this: $row[0][station_name] = '3BTV'; $row[0][stream_link] = '420'; $row[0][stream_type] = 'wma'; $row[0][country] = 'United Kingdom'; $row[0][genre][0] = 'Variety'; $row[0][genre][1] = 'Alternative'; $row[0][genre][2] = 'Culture'; $row[0][rating] = '1/5'; I need that for each rows of the table where the first array number would increment $row[1], $row[2] ... My PHP code is incomplete. I currently have a loop for all the TR's of the page ... and when i loop all the TD's inside the TR's it returns a load of crap ... I am unsure where to go from here. Any help would be apreciated thx This is my code: $ch = curl_init(); $categ[url] = 'http://www.listenlive.nl/tvgenre.php?g=1&page=0'; curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_URL, $categ[url]); curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_POST, false); curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER, 1); curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_SSL_VERIFYPEER, false); curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_COOKIEFILE, $cookies); curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_COOKIEJAR, $cookies); curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_COOKIE, $cookies); curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_REFERER, $categ[url]); curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_FOLLOWLOCATION, true); curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_USERAGENT, $nav); $data2 = curl_exec($ch); $dom2 = new DOMDocument(); libxml_use_internal_errors(true); $dom2->loadHTML($data2); $trs = $dom2->getElementsByTagName('tr'); foreach ($trs as $tr) { echo "<pre>"; print_r($tr); echo "</pre>"; }
  15. 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?
  16. jimleeder123

    Echo Named Part of Array

    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. imperialized

    Simple Year Checking with Arrray

    Hey everyone!!! It has been years since I have had to opportunity to post on here. I am, however, getting back into development. I am running into an issue and I was looking for some help. Here is the code: $years = array(); //Build the years array, we can only go forward 3 years, backwards 1 year. $sYear = date(Y, strtotime('-1 years')); //Start Year $eYear = date(Y, strtotime('+3 years')); //End Year while($sYear < $eYear){ array_push($years, $sYear); //Add each year that fits to the array $sYear++; } //In order for us to make sure we have clean parameters for our jQuery calls later //We have to make sure that our year variable usage is consistant throughout. //If our case, we are passing the full 4 digit year as am INT = $curYear $curYear = clean($_GET['curYear']); print "Before anything: curYear = $curYear <br><br><br>"; if($curYear == "" || $curYear == null){ //No Year set, use current print "empty or null<br>"; exit; $curYear = date(Y); }elseif(!is_numeric($curYear)){ //Not even a number lol print "not number<br>"; $curYear = date(Y); }elseif($aSearch = in_array($curYear, $years, true)){ print "valid year<br>" . $years[$aSearch]; //It isn't in our array of valid years //$curYear = date(Y); }else{ //all else failed $curYear = date(Y); print "Failed all tests.<br>"; } //Should be a good year for our calendar by this point. exit; I am passing the variable curYear in the url: index.php?curMonth=July&curYear=2013 For some reason, it outputs: Before anything: curYear = 2013 Failed all tests. printing the $years array gets: Array ( [0] => 2013 [1] => 2014 [2] => 2015 [3] => 2016 ) I think you get the just of what I am looking for here. Thanks for the help!!
  18. I have a foreach loop that returns 5 users. I basically want to show only 1 of the 5 users. Every time that loop is run, it should show a random user of the 5, as oppose to the same user every single time. How can that be done? This is my query so far. $find_user = $db->prepare("SELECT user_id FROM users ORDER BY user_id ASC"); $find_user->execute(); $result_user = $find_user->fetchAll(PDO::FETCH_ASSOC); if(count($result_user) > 0) { foreach($result_user as $row) { $user_id = trim($row['user_id']); var_dump($user_id); } }
  19. Hello, Im hoping to get help from here, i have arrays of text fields that i need to get sums,.. <div class='fldgroup'> <input type="text" name="fld[0]"> <input type="text" name="fld[0]"> <input type="text" name="fld[0]"> <input type="text" name="sumfld[0]"> <button>Add Another Field</button> <input type="text" name="fld[1]"> <input type="text" name="fld[1]"> <input type="text" name="fld[1]"> <input type="text" name="sumfld[1]"> <button>Add Another Field</button> </div> <button>Add Another Group</button> how can i get the sum of all fld[0] and put it to sumfld[0] same as the fld[1] to sumfld[1],.. every text field is dynamically added using clone., i hope somebody can help me with this.... Thank you in advance...
  20. I'm developing a series of database-driven quizzes and tests. Most of the answers will be multiple choice, but there will also be some fill-in-the-blank questions. What's causing me trouble is questions that ask users to choose several answers by selecting several checkboxes. There could be one or more such questions in each quiz, and the number of correct and wrong choices will vary. The answer key below is tailored for a quiz with just one checkbox question, with six choices - three correct and three incorrect. The script awards partial scores for each correct choice and also deducts points for each wrong answer. I'd like to change it so that there are no gray areas - a question is either right or wrong. In this particular example, a user has to choose all three correct answers and no correct answers. Any variation whatsoever results in a wrong answer (0% for that answer). I would guess it should be as simple as coding it to say "a checkbox answer must be exactly identical to the array within in an array in the answer key." Unfortunately, I don't have a clue how to write that. Thanks for any tips. if (isset($_POST)): $totalCorrect = 0; $answers = array(1 => 'A', 2 => 'banana', 3 => 'C', 4 => 'D', 5 => 'A', 6 => 'C', 7 => 'C', 8 => 'C', 9 => 'B', 10 => array('A','B','C')); foreach ($answers as $num => $answer): $question = 'q'.$num; if(is_array($answer) && isset($_POST[$question])){ $ans_cnt = count($answer); $ans_value = (1 / $ans_cnt); $post_cnt = count($_POST[$question]); //find matches between answer array and post array $matches = array_intersect($answer,$_POST[$question]); $good_answers = count($matches); //Get bad answer count, which be be subtracted from overall score $bad_answers = 0; foreach($_POST[$question] as $post_answer): if(!in_array($post_answer,$answer)): $bad_answers++; endif; endforeach; //Result of good answers minus bad answers // $result = $good_answers - $bad_answers; if($good_answers > $bad_answers){ $result = $good_answers - $bad_answers; }else{ $result = 0; } if(($post_cnt != $ans_cnt) || ($post_cnt == $ans_cnt && $ans_cnt != count($matches))){ $result = $result * $ans_value; $totalCorrect = $totalCorrect + $result; }else{ $totalCorrect++; } }elseif(isset($_POST[$question]) && strtolower($_POST[$question]) === strtolower($answer)){ $totalCorrect++; } endforeach; $pct = round( (($totalCorrect/count($answers)) * 100), 0); echo $totalCorrect.' correct ('.$pct.'%)'; endif;
  21. i HAVE FOLLOWING VALUES IN FEED TABLE a1a a1b a1c a1d ...... 7 8 7 7 8 9 8 8 9 7 7 8 7 8 10 9 6 4 6 7 7 8 8 5 9 7 7 6 This in an array ( select a1a,a1b,a1c,a1d from feed where .....) 1) I want to know how many times each values has occured in the array ( eg: 7 occured 10 times, 8 occured 8 times) 2) How many 7's, 8's, 9's are there in a1a, howmany .....in a1b Number of times each values occured OVERALL in array as well as also under each head Please help
  22. I need to add a second value to my associative array. $lines[substr($line, 69, 5)] = substr($line, 117, 2); I need to add substr($line, 91, 10)
  23. KanaTronix

    [HELP] Arrays problem.

    Hey guys. I am creating an application that require dynamic fields generated by javascript. I have managed to create the forms the database and pretty much may things. I come to hit a roadblock with this array problem. I am trying to get the data from the browser by checking which one contain more than one value and then transverses through another array this one $nyingi = [ 'location_' => ['text' => 'loc_txt','priority' => 'loc_order'], 'photo_' => ['path' => 'p_txt'], 'video_' => ['path' => 'v_txt'], 'product_' => ['p_id' => 'pt_q', 'text' => 'pt_txt', 'expire' => 'pt_xpr', 'title' => 'pt_tt'], 'service_' => ['p_id' => 'st_q', 'text' => 'st_txt', 'expire' => 'st_xpr', 'title' => 'st_tt'], 'hours_' => ['time1' => 't1', 'time2' => 't2', 'type' => 'tt'], 'map_' => ['text' => 'm_txt'] ]; use this loop foreach($nyingi as $ins => $vl){ foreach($vl as $fld => $box){ $uwazi = $this->input->post($box); if(is_array($uwazi) && 1<count($uwazi)){ foreach($uwazi as $bb){ $one[$ins][$fld][] = $bb; } } } } and get this result Array ( [location_] => Array ( [text] => Array ( [0] => Main Office [1] => Branch 1 [2] => Branch 2 ) [priority] => Array ( [0] => 1 [1] => 2 [2] => 3 ) ) [photo_] => Array ( [path] => Array ( [0] => Photo 1 [1] => Photo 2 [2] => Photo 3 ) ) [video_] => Array ( [path] => Array ( [0] => Video 1 [1] => Video 2 [2] => Video 3 ) ) what I want to get is this Array ( [location_] => Array ( [text] => Main Office [priority] => 1 ) [photo_] => Array ( [path] => Photo 1 ) [video_] => Array ( [path] => Video 1 ) [product_] => Array ( [p_id] =>Product 2 photo [text] => Product 2 Description [expire] => Product 2 expire [title] => Product 2 ) ) ) for each one of those. Any ideas where I am getting wrong.
  24. how i can make a insert using this fuctions I m learning php, as using this functions (mysqli abstract) but after update wont work any more. /** insert data array */ public function insert(array $arr) { if ($arr) { $q = $this->make_insert_query($arr); $return = $this->modifying_query($q); $this->autoreset(); return $return; } else { $this->autoreset(); return false; } } complement /** insert query constructor */ protected function make_insert_query($data) { $this->get_table_info(); $this->set_field_types(); if (!is_array(reset($data))) { $data = array($data); } $keys = array(); $values = array(); $keys_set = false; foreach ($data as $data_key => $data_item) { $values[$data_key] = array(); $fdata = $this->parse_field_names($data); foreach ($fdata as $key => $val) { if (!$keys_set) { if (isset($this->field_type[$key])) { $keys[] = '`' . $val['table'] . '`.`' . $val['field'] . '`'; } else { $keys[] = '`' . $val['field'] . '`'; } } $values[$data_key][] = $this->escape($val['value'], $this->is_noquotes($key), $this->field_type($key), $this->is_null($key), $this->is_bit($key)); } $keys_set = true; $values[$data_key] = '(' . implode(',', $values[$data_key]) . ')'; } $ignore = $this->ignore ? ' IGNORE' : ''; $delayed = $this->delayed ? ' DELAYED' : ''; $query = 'INSERT' . $ignore . $delayed . ' INTO `' . $this->table . '` (' . implode(',', $keys) . ') VALUES ' . implode(',', $values); return $query; } before update this class i used to insert data like this $db = Sdba::table('users'); $data = array('name'=>'adam'); $db->insert($data); this method of insert dont works on new class. if i try like this i got empty columns and empty values. thanks for any help complete class download http://goo.gl/GK3s4E
  25. I've been searching for a science that will solve this analysis problem. Since I don't know what I'm looking for, I cannot properly express the task to accomplish. I have an eCommerce store selling a product that has (let's keep it simple) three properties and each property can hold any one of three possible relevant values (or null). Combinations: 3^3=27 A typical combination would be round/solid/blue, or cubic/squishy/white. The task is to efficiently eliminate that part of the array if any particular {set of values} is null. That is, if I currently have no pink items, the relevant sections of the array would get eliminated. Product variations with low n-values is easy to manually handle. But with five and above, that's the math(?) theory I am trying to know the name of. (I wonder if any Matlab manuals would give a clue.) I am trying this elimination of sections of an established array instead of rebuilding the array every time a value is locked in. On the other hand, maybe I'm trying to be too smart about this and should just let the server do the grunt work over and over.
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