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  1. I asked this question before and I did receive the answer I was looking for. But now I realize something. It only works for the first result. Let me explain. I am using this API. https://block.io/api/simple/php $get_address = $block_io->get_transactions(array('type' => 'received', 'addresses' => $my_wallet)); $api_amount = $get_address->data->txs[0]->amounts_received[0]->amount; $api_recp = $get_address->data->txs[0]->amounts_received[0]->recipient; $api_trans_id = $get_address->data->txs[0]->txid; $api_sender_id
  2. Say I have a records table with multiple records. There could be multiple records with the same name but different amounts. For Eg. Looking at the table below, the results should retrieve newest record-1 and record-2 because their amount is equals to or greater than 5.00. Record-3 is not selected because it falls below 3.00. record_id record_name record_amount 1 record-1 4.00 2 record-1 3.00 3 record-2 2.00 4 record-1 5.00 5 record-2 6.00 6 record-3 3.00 $get_record
  3. Say I have 5 users. Each user will receive their payment based on their individual percentage. For eg. User 1: 5% User 2: 10% User 3: 15% User 4: 15% User 5: 5% Now say I have a total of $100. I want to divide the $100 among the 5 users. But the users with higher % will receive a higher amount than the the ones with lower %. How would I calculate this?
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