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  1. I seem to be struggling massively with this little problem. im sure its just a little something I am missing but it has be winding me up for hours. This is the said code. <? $id = $_POST['id']; $tags = $_POST['tags']; foreach( $id as $n ) { $tags = $tags[$n]; echo '<br><br>'.$tags.'---'.$n.'<br>'; $tags = explode(", ", $tags); $num=count($tags); echo "$num<br>"; foreach( $tags as $tag ) { print "ID: ".$n." --- tag: ".$tag." <br>\n"; } } ?> It finishes one full loop through fine, separates out all of the tags and puts them with the correct id. But when it moves onto the second full loop it seems to be getting nothing out of here $tags = $tags[$n]; I have tried changing the $n for one of the id numbers to make sure it is pulling the data from the $_POST[] and it is. The following is the results I am getting. cheese, more cheese, even more cheese---409 3 ID: 409 --- tag: cheese ID: 409 --- tag: more cheese ID: 409 --- tag: even more cheese ---287 1 ID: 287 --- tag: ---288 1 ID: 288 --- tag: ---406 1 ID: 406 --- tag: ---407 1 ID: 407 --- tag: ---408 1 ID: 408 --- tag: Any help or pointers in the right direction would be a massive help. Eric
  2. Hello guys, I'm having trouble making a loop to display the data in a table, I need the loop to display a table with the following data: example: 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 4 5 6 7 8 9 My code: <?php echo '<table width="100%" border="1" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0">'; $contador = 1; while ($contador <= 10) { if($contador % 2){ for($x=0;$x<2;$x++){ echo "<tr><td>Registro $contador</td>"; } }else{ echo "<td>Registro $contador</td></tr>"; } ++$contador; } echo '</table>'; ?> Help me!
  3. Hi there, so I'm having a little trouble understanding looping and arrays or inputs. I'm a Pshell programmer and things are done MUCH differently lol So heres the script I've created. <?php $first=400; $second=300; for ($i = $first; $second < $i; $i++) { echo $i; } ?> What I'm trying to accomplish is taking the first Number and the second and get it to count or "loop" up to 400 from the lower number. Then have it output the result. I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong here though......
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