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  1. Here's what I am trying to do. Users Table user_id, sponsor_id, username, filled_positions, position_1, position_2, position_3, position_4, position_5 1 0 user 1 4 user 2 user 3 user 4 user 5 2 1 user 2 2 user 4 user 5 3 1 user 3 4 2 user 4 5 2 user 5 Above is a "Users" table. Here's what I am trying to do. Insert new users into the table. S
  2. This is what I am trying to accomplish. 1. I have two tables. T1: Users and T2: Earnings. 2. I want to find a single random user whose deposit amount is greater than the listed amount. Below is my foreach loop within foreach loop trying to do the above. I was wondering if there is a more simple way to do this task? Is there a way to combine these two queries together? $listed_amount = 1000; // find a random user $find_user = $db->prepare("SELECT user_id FROM users WHERE user = :user AND active = :active ORDER BY RAND() LIMIT 1"); $find_user->bindValue(':user', 1); $find_user-
  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?
  4. Hi We had an online aptitude test written for us back in 2004/2005. A user registers on our site then can take a test that evaluates what type of learner they are. After they complete the test, we can send them a .pdf report. The front end of our site is a wordpress site, the testing center is written in php. Once a user registers, they get a link on our site that sends them out of wordpress to the PHP testing pages. Question: if we have 4-5 users sign up at once ( which isn't a problem in wordpress ), is there a way to allow for those users to take the aptitude test all at once.
  5. I currently have a php code at the top of the page that would automatically delete a user from the database if a certain condition isn't met before 24 hours. This code is processed no matter where you are on the site. I have two questions. 1. Will this be an issue if the database has thousands of users? 2. Is there a better way to do this?
  6. Say I have this records table. RECORDS TABLE record_id | sponsor_id | user_id | plan_id ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 1 user5 user6 5 // I am this user. 2 user3 user5 3 3 user3 user4 4 4 user2 user3 4 5 user2 user2 2 6 user0 user1 5 I am "user6" and my sponsor
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