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  1. Hello, I am creating zip file of multiple files using PHP and downloading it. Problem is that: zip file is getting extracted by only WinRAR, its not getti ng extracted by default windows extracter or other software. Here is code which I have written - $file_folder = 'referral-resume/'; if(extension_loaded('zip')) { if(isset($_POST['files']) and count($_POST['files']) > 0) { $zip = new ZipArchive(); $zip_name = "referralresumes".time().".zip"; if($zip->open($zip_name, ZIPARCHIVE::CREATE)!==TRUE) { $error .= "* Sorry ZIP creation failed at this time"; } foreach($_POST['files'] as $file){ $zip->addFromString(basename($file_folder.$file), file_get_contents($file_folder.$file)); } $zip->close(); if(file_exists($zip_name)){ header('Content-type: application/zip'); header('Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="'.$zip_name.'"'); readfile($zip_name); unlink($zip_name); } } else{ $error .= "* Please select file to zip "; } } else{ $error .= "* You dont have ZIP extension"; }
  2. Below I have "Input" where it shows the original string. Basically I want to remove everything before " - ". I would like to know how can I get the "Output" results using PHP? Input $variable_1 = Lulu-free - Swimsuit swimwear red $variable_2 = Pap & Jones - Bard Mini Dress Output $variable_1 = Swimsuit swimwear red $Variable_2 = Bard Mini Dress
  3. Hi, I have this file: http://www.cineworld.co.uk/syndication/film_times.xml I want to extract all the film information with anything that equals <row key="90"> I can't however seem to get find a way of targeting that row. <?php $getfile = file_get_contents('http://www.cineworld.co.uk/syndication/film_times.xml'); $arr = simplexml_load_string($getfile); foreach($arr->row as $a => $b) { echo "<br>".$a,'="',$b,"\"\n"; } ?> Could someone point me in the direction that I can find some help please?
  4. I have been getting my rear kicked on this. I want to: 1. Read directory called "uploads" for files "cat-[thispage]-[filename].jpg". 2. If file begins with "cat" and [thispage] matches the page slug of this current (WordPress) page, print image to screen. 3. Extract [filename] and split is components (which are separated by hypens) into discrete words. 4. Print discrete words (first letter capitalized) under image. 5. Provide hyperlink to page [filename]. While I'm not a great coder, I think I can do step 1 and probably 2 (although most of you would laugh at the coding). But i really need help exploding the content and then using that data. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
  5. quick question really.. trying to call an extract function where the keys of the array are numbers? a variable cannot start with a number, so how would I call my new variables?
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