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  1. 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
  2. I use PHPMyAdmin. I have to convert an InnoDB table to a MyISAM table. I then have to add a FULLTEXT index to two of the table's columns. Is this how I should proceed? 1) Backup table by exporting its contents. 2) Go to "Relation view" and drop foreign key constraints. 3) ALTER TABLE `table_name` ENGINE = MyISAM; 4) ALTER TABLE `table_name` ADD FULLTEXT index_name (col1,col2); Is that it? Is it safe? Note that the table contains approximately 3,500 rows.
  3. I have a php program which accepts the input of the YYYY-MM-DD as the date format and stores it to the database. As soon as the user enters the date with YYYY-MM-DD format (e.g 1990-06-22) how can I convert the 06 (or the MM part) to June as in the 6th month of the year?
  4. Hello freaks , I have issue with converting special chars. This is example of string I'm working with: „Quảng Trị” So here we go with bdquo and rdquo quotes and some other stuff with exotic letters (Vietnamese alphabet letters). Of course I'm working with UTF-8 character set. And that's what I need to do with this: 1. I'm using some WYSIWYG script for textarea so that exotic letters should be displayed as Decimal NCRs. I'm saving that field to MySQL database (5.5): [Engine] => InnoDB [Version] => 10 [table_collation] => latin2_general_ci 2. Then I want to retrieve that string from database and display as it is. I was trying with htmlentities(), html_entity_decode(), mb_encode_numericentity() but I'm still confused. I can get these exotic chars with ord() (for example first quote stands for char: 226, 128, 158) then replace to Decimal NCR or name with ampersand, but I have no time and strength to build whole table with conversions, besides re-inventing wheel it's nothing I need here . I found great site to convert strings so this converter for Decimal NCRs working like a charm: http://rishida.net/tools/conversion/ I hope my problem is clearly explained and there's some solution for such things. Thanks for interesting!
  5. My brain is currently at it's threshold for processing this sort of thing on it's own, and I've been circling this challenge for hours with no success. Is there a way to take a JSON file (http://us.battle.net/auction-data/6de1a23eb7316db413a62771c8f16b93/auctions.json) And turn it into something I can use with PHP to reorganize and display the data in a way that makes sense? IE: Realm - Player Name - Item ID - Quantity - Bid - Buyout - Timeleft Preferrably in a CSV or MySQL DB so I ca simply foreach() the entire thing I apologise if I am not making a whole lot of sense, I am just at my wit's end.
  6. Hey All, I am using a web service and am getting the response formatted like: http://pastebin.com/raw.php?i=AjDXXf66 e.g. [[["test","test","",""]],[["noun",["test","essai","épreuve","examen","contrôle","analyse","interrogation","épreuve pratique","épreuve de force"],[["test",["test"],,0.23752081],["essai",["test","trial","testing","essay","assay","try"],,0.12913783],["épreuve",["test","proof","trial","examination","print","crucible"],,0.028814545],["examen",["review","examination","test","investigation","inspection","testing"],,0.010767208] ... ... ... To my knowledge it is some kind of expression of a multidimentional array however I've never seen a response like this. Is there a way I can convert this format to clean XML?
  7. Hello Everyone, I am stuck in a task to change byteArray to Video in php. I am creating a webservice in php. This service will receive video in byteArray format from iphone and need to convert it back to original video. I mean, webservice will receive byte array from POST. I could not find any way of converting byteArray into video. byteArray datatype does not seem to be supported by php. Any help would be appreciated.
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