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  1. I am trying to using this API. https://www.blocktrail.com/api/docs I can retrieve the first layer value using this. $global_trans_id = $client->transaction($post_transid); $api_transaction_id = $global_trans_id['hash']; echo $api_transaction_id; As you see "hash" is the first layer below. But what if I want to retrieve the second layer such as a value from "Inputs" or "Outputs" like "$global_trans_id['address'];". How would that look? { "hash": "c326105f7fbfa4e8fe971569ef8858f47ee7e4aa5e8e7c458be8002be3d86aad", "first_seen_at": "2014-03-11T08:27:57+0000", "la
  2. I am finding that if I have "0"(zero) value in form select option, it won't select this option or submit data. If I change this value to any other number to text, it will work. Is there a way to fix this? I have to have an option where I am able to choose to submit "0" value to the database table. <option value="0" <?php if(empty($_POST['special'])) {} else { if($_POST['special'] == 0) { echo 'selected'; } } ?> >None</option>
  3. Hi everyone, The following code is aimed to show "aaa aaa" as default value for input box in a form: <?php //xxx.php $db = mysqli_connect('localhost', '', '', ''); ?> <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <body> <form method="POST" action="xxx.php"> <input type="text" name="id" class="id_input" value=<?php echo 'aaa aaa';?>> </form> </body> </html>
  4. Php Gurus, I have been doing guess work all this time. But not any more. Just gonna ask. Look at the following code: Concentrate on line 5. It is obvious the "$colors" represent the variable name of the whole array thing (or "column" or "row" in MS Excell terminology). But what does the "$value" represent ? Each array's values (or "cell" value in MS Excell terminology) ? So, the value of the variable $value changes on each loop. Right ? From "Red" to "Orange" at the end. Correct ? Example: 1st loop: $value = Red; 2nd loop: $value = Green; And so on. Correct ? &
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