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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 = $get_address->data->txs[0]->senders; These are variables above i am using to check if something is true or not. For eg. The form below. I want to check if the $api_trans_id matches the the post id I submit below. if($api_trans_id == $_POST['trans-id']) { echo 'Success'; } else { echo 'Fail.'; } <form action="" method="post"> <input type="text" name="trans-id" value="" maxlength="1084" /> <input type="submit" name="submit" value="Submit" /> </form> The above works if the first result in the json array below has the same post id or else it fails. I want to loop through ALL the json arrays and try to match the post id($_POST['trans-id']). Below are the 3 array results to give you an example. The first txid is "41d9afcc73da63c45674088411460116cfefe324cc7a6f5fcb267d9f584adf73". If I submit this same id as the post id in the form, it'll be success full. But if I use the 2nd or 3rd txid below, it will fail. So how can I change this "$api_trans_id = $get_address->data->txs[0]->txid;" so that it looks for all three txid instead of only the first one? { "status" : "success", "data" : { "network" : "BTC", "txs" : [ { "txid" : "41d9afcc73da63c45674088411460116cfefe324cc7a6f5fcb267d9f584adf73", "from_green_address" : false, "time" : 1496877627, "confirmations" : 3080, "amounts_received" : [ { "recipient" : "1QFaAYB4r8sk7MG3beb7yY4R21t9JrnMwK", "amount" : "0.00200000" } ], "senders" : [ "2EqvPUTwjUuon6c2a6YxBreJtBkkZD5fsp" ], "confidence" : 1.0, "propagated_by_nodes" : null }, { "txid" : "2f72d4dd97234937ddf6e8174b17a9a421ba35bbfb6fa40cfeb6ac92db6ce032", "from_green_address" : false, "time" : 1491675979, "confirmations" : 12338, "amounts_received" : [ { "recipient" : "1QFaAYB4r8sk7MG3beb7yY4R21t9JrnMwK", "amount" : "0.00010000" } ], "senders" : [ "3L98MQZKvwNo21fFpY7RJ9HYfYdv62XpYz" ], "confidence" : 1.0, "propagated_by_nodes" : null }, { "txid" : "fce58f0cb1d32c1ed7c27825c41753ce98323771bd931f0a0f99b6294d9ee642", "from_green_address" : false, "time" : 1491672301, "confirmations" : 12341, "amounts_received" : [ { "recipient" : "1QFaAYB4r8sk7MG3beb7yY4R21t9JrnMwK", "amount" : "0.00010000" } ], "senders" : [ "4L98MQZKvwNo21fFpY7RJ9HYfYdv62XpYz" ], "confidence" : 1.0, "propagated_by_nodes" : null }, ] } }
  2. Hey! I want to create a website that can test your counting pace. I’ll make colored, square div that change color after 10 to 30 seconds when you hover over it, and then you’ll type down how long you think it took in a form to check if you’re right. My solution to do this is to create the PHP variable $time = rand(10,30), and in CSS get the div:hover transition-delay to be $time. Then, after the form, I need the same variable for if($_POST[timeguess] = $time) {echo “Correct!”}. I have no idea how to access the same variable in both the CSS and HTML, so I hope some of you can help me out! Thanks
  3. Folks, Q1. A function parameter that takes in a constant, can it always take in a variable, unless it needs a handle ? While going through the Explode function tutorial, I did not come across anything that states the 3rd parameter (explode limit) in the Explode function has to be a string or a constant. Like so: <?php //Tutorial: http://www.tizag.com/phpT/php-string-explode.php echo "Script 1"; //Using a Constant as 3rd parameter in the Explode function. Using FOR function. $phrase = "Please don't blow me to pieces."; $words = explode(" ", $phrase); print_r($words); for($i = 0; $i < count($words); $i++){ echo "Piece $i = $words[$i] <br />"; } $explode_limit = 4; $words = explode(" ", $phrase, 4); for($i = 0; $i < count($words); $i++){ echo "Limited Piece $i = $words[$i] <br />"; } print_r ($words); ?>
  4. Below I have "Input" where it shows the original string. Basically I want to remove everything before " - ". I would like to know how can I get the "Output" results using PHP? Input $variable_1 = Lulu-free - Swimsuit swimwear red $variable_2 = Pap & Jones - Bard Mini Dress Output $variable_1 = Swimsuit swimwear red $Variable_2 = Bard Mini Dress
  5. 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? A normal query looks like this. $get_records = $db->prepare("SELECT * FROM records"); $get_records->execute(); $result_records = $get_records->fetchAll(PDO::FETCH_ASSOC); if(count($result_records) > 0) { foreach($result_records as $row) { $record_id = $row['record_id']; $record_name = $row['record_name']; } }
  6. Hi All, couldn't seem to figure how to pass data from page 2 to page 1. On page 2 I have this code block: # if the form has been posted if ($_SERVER["REQUEST_METHOD"] == "POST") { # check for empty fields if (!empty(trim(($_POST['name'] == '')))) { $nameErr = "<span class=\"error\">Name is required</span>"; } if (!empty(trim(($_POST['email'] == '')))) { $emailErr = "<span class=\"error\">Email is required</span>"; } # if all is fine, then add data to the database else { $sql = 'INSERT INTO author SET name = :name, email = :email'; $query = $dbConnection -> prepare($sql); $query -> bindValue(':name', $_POST["name"]); $query -> bindValue(':email', $_POST["email"]); $query -> execute(); $message = 'done'; header('Location: index.php'); } } The variable $message I wanted to pass to page 1, where I have this in: <?php if(isset($_POST['message'])) { echo $_POST['message']; } ?> I can't seem to figure out the problem? Any tips? Thanks
  7. Say I have this array. $block_io->get_current_price(array()); That array will give me this output. { "status" : "success", "data" : { "network" : "BTC", "prices" : [ { "price" : "1500.01", "price_base" : "AUD", "exchange" : "coinspot", "time" : 1488955012 }, { How can I convert the above output into individual variables? For eg. $status = 'success'; $network = 'BTC'; $price = '1500.01'; ...etc
  8. Php Gurus, I have been doing guess work all this time. But not any more. Just gonna ask. Look at the following code: Concentrate on line 5. It is obvious the "$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 ? <?php $colors = array("Red", "Green", "Blue", "Yellow", "Orange"); // Loop through colors array foreach($colors as $value){ echo $value . "<br>"; } ?>
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