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  1. I'm making a registration form and I'm really new at it. I've had a look about at similar issues but feel like I've got my code set up right, I obviously don't. I have a registration_handler.php and a functions.php file. I'm simply trying to pass an array ($errors[]) from the functions that generate them to a function that prints them out on registration_handler.php. It seems so easy, but I'm not getting it. Here's my code: from functions.php: (this is just an example of one of the functions) // USERNAME (MANDATORY) //uses the clean_names() and checks for empty input function
  2. I've made this code for a very simple registration form practice: //assign form variables $firstname = $_POST['firstname']; $lastname = $_POST['lastname']; $username = $_POST['username']; function clean_names($dirty_name) { strip_tags($dirty_name); str_replace(' ', '', $dirty_name); ucfirst(strtolower($dirty_name)); //return $dirty_name; } $names = array($firstname, $lastname, $username); if(isset($_POST['register_button'])) { // WHY IS THIS FUNC CALL NOT WORKING?? foreach($names as $name) { clean_names($name); }
  3. I have two functions that execute an exe program (personal project for a minecraft back end.) Windows only. First one will execute the sending of commands (THIS ONE WORKS) /* check to see if admin is sending commands to terminal via web */ if(isset($_POST['command'])) { $content = $_POST['command']; writeMCCommandTxt($content); try { exec(SERVER_DIR.'mcCommand.exe',$output); } catch ( Exception $e ) { die ($e->getMessage()); } }// END COMMAND ENTRY
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