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  1. I have an existing PHP array ($products) with various fields in it.... id / title / description / link / image link etc. etc. as per requirements for a Google Products feed (https://support.google.com/merchants/answer/7052112). My issue is that, for clothing, Google want a separate record for each size available. My array includes the "size" field as a comma separated list e.g. 6,8,10,12,14 or XS,S,M,L,XL etc. etc. So before creating the feed (a text file, which is currently outputting fine except for the size field issue) I need to duplicate each id where there's more than 1 size in
  2. NOTE - Please read the information first as it contains important information to understand the problem. Rules → • There are 9 Columns(C1,C2,C3,C4,C5,C6,C7,C8,C9) [ Max columns will be 9] • The number of Rows can vary from 3,6,9,12,15,18 (Max). In this case Number of Rows shall be 12 Number of Rows = No of Tickets (Max Allowed 6) x Rows Per Ticket (Max Allowed 3). Thus, Max Rows can be 18 • Each Row is required to have 4 Blank Spaces and 5 Filled with Numbers • All numbers available in the Column Array have to be utilized • This configuration of an shall crea
  3. 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); } }
  4. Here's what I'm trying to do. I retrieve results using php foreach loop. Within that loop results, I want to show a div(.show-details) on mouse over only. How do I do that? This is my code so far. <style> .show-details { display: none; } </style> $get_records = $db->prepare("SELECT * FROM records WHERE record_id = :record_id"); $get_records->bindParam(':record_id', $record_id); $get_records->execute(); $result_records = $get_records->fetchAll(PDO::FETCH_ASSOC); if(count($result_records) > 0){ foreach($result_records as $row) { $get_reco
  5. I have the following function: public function getData($criteria){ $query = "SELECT * FROM {$this->table} WHERE "; $crit = ""; foreach($criteria as $column => $value){ if($column = 'bind'){ $crit .= "{$value} "; }else{ $crit .= "{$column} = {$value} "; } } echo $crit; } I'm testing it with getData(['test1'=>'test2', 'bind'=>'AND', 'test3'=>'test4']); But instead of getting "test1 = test2 AND test3 = test4" the echo output is "test2 AND test4". I'm probably too close to see whats wrong, what do you see?
  6. foreach($text as $key => $value) { echo "test"; echo "value: " . $value . "<br />"; $tab=explode("\t", trim($value)); echo "<br />" . $tab[0] . $tab[$i1] . $tab[$i2] . $tab[$i3] . $tab[$i4] . $tab[$i5]. "<br />"; ... So this snippet is driving me mad. I'm trying to clean up some code that I've been working on in order to move on to the next segment. When I comment out the "echo value . $value" line, the whole thing 500's on me. I added in the echo test statement just to see if there was something weird going on with the open brace in the foreach statem
  7. Hello. Just a quick question about using a loop to create a string from post variables that will then be used in a query. I have several post variables submitted in a form, some of which contain a value of T. Others are not selected. In the database there are several columns which may contain values of T or may not. I would like to construct a query that searches for specific columns containing T and ignoring the rest. I'm using WHERE "T" IN(colnames). I need to get the column names into a comma separated string. Here's what I'm using: $postVal = array("1", "2", "3", "4", "5"); foreach
  8. I have 3 staff members that need to pick vacation in a certain order. Each have X weeks vacation and can pick off a calendar their choice 1-3 weeks per round. I'm trying to loop through the DB to find who is next to pick with weeks left ~~~~~~First round of picking~~~~~~ STAFF 1 - PICK ORDER 1 - 3 weeks available STAFF 2 - PICK ORDER 2 - 5 weeks available STAFF 3 - PICK ORDER 3 - 3 weeks available Staff 1 takes 2 Weeks Staff 2 takes 1 Weeks Staff 3 takes 3 Weeks ~~~~~~Second round of picking~~~~~~ STAFF 1 - PICK ORDER 1 - 1 weeks available STAFF 2 - PICK O
  9. Say I have the following. record_id | record_name ----------------------------------- 1 one 2 two 3 three 3 three 3 three 4 four 5 five 5 five I want to search through through the table and find all the records. If there are multiple records with same id, I want to combine them into 1 variable and use that. So in the above example, I have 3 threes and 2 fives. I want to combine them so that I only get 1 three and 1 five. How can that be done?
  10. Hi guys, I have this script I am running, http://pastebin.com/NR1A03hY, works perfectly and does everything I need it to do. The only thing is the redirect at the bottom of the script does not work if line 40 is true. I think I have a problem with my foreach loop and the if statements in-between. Please can someone check, I have no idea on this one! Edit: in the pastebin the redirect is striked out as i was problem solving it. Of course i would not strike it out once its back working! Thanks
  11. I have a questions table and feedback table. I able to foreach the question header but not the feedback. My code as above: <?php $sql2 = "SELECT DISTINCT[question_id],[q_text] FROM [question]"; $ques = array(); $stmt2 = sqlsrv_query($conn, $sql2, $ques); while ($row = sqlsrv_fetch_array($stmt2, SQLSRV_FETCH_ASSOC)) { $ques[$row['question_id']] = $row['q_text']; } $sql = "SELECT [question_id], [Expr3],[Expr2] FROM [feedback] ORDER BY [Expr2] ASC"; $data = array(); $stmt = sqlsrv_query($conn, $sql); while (list($qid, $a, $eid) =
  12. Hi, guys i'm trying to fetch all results from DB through a foreach loop. But it is not working as intended, as it brings only the first record and not the others. here is my code:- $sql1="select * from group_posts"; $stmt_t=$conn->prepare($sql1); $stmt_t->execute(); $data_fetch=$stmt_t->fetchAll(); foreach ($data_fetch as $row_d) { $postid=$row_d['gp_id']; $post_auth=$row_d['author_gp']; $post_type=$row_d['type']; $post_title= html_entity_decode($row_d['title']); $post_data= html_entity_decode($row_d['data']); $d
  13. Say I have this loop. foreach($record as $row) { <div class="hello">Hello World!</div> } I want to loop through and add a letter alongside the "Hello World!" above. To do that, I found this code. $azRange = range('A', 'Z'); foreach ($azRange as $letter) { print("$letter\n"); } How can I combine the two loops so that I get a result like this? A Hello World! B Hello World! C Hello World! D Hello World! E Hello World! F Hello World!
  14. I have the following in a form that edits values already put into a dbase. $alev = array(1 => '1', 2 => '2', 3 => '3', 4 => '4', 5 => '5', 6 => 'AP'); $dblev = explode(',',$row['hw_lev']); foreach ($alev as $key => $lev){ if(in_array($lev,$dblev)){ echo "<input type='checkbox' name='ud_lev[]' value='$lev' checked> $lev"; } else { echo "<input type='checkbox' name='ud_lev[]' value='$lev'> $lev"; } When I attempt to edit the dbase values, the following occurs: When I select the "A" checkbox, it is input into the database and reflects in the re
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