Ok, remember you asked for this. It is probably a good thing I am not a staff member anymore
Episode 1: Nadeem the awesome programmer
some people are slower at learning than others, it takes me about 1 or 2 days to learn anyones technology
Only two days to learn “anyones tech”? Wow Nad, that *is* impressive.
dude il teach u everything u need to know about every language, when u need it, u go on teh internet and type in language name PROCESS instantiation, or language name Class definition or language name array manipulation thats it all the other bits are icing on the cake, oh and HTTP request
Ok, so you know everything about everything, except for the icing on the cake. I'm not a pastry guy myself.
I done this algorithm before i just dont have the code to hand,
can someone remind me how to do a nice loop thogh,
i have a tree array that maye have infinite child arrays childeren of childeren etc,
can somone remind me the algo.
Hold on Nad, you mean you “forgot” what recursion is? I guess that wasn't in the 2 minute crash course. Or maybe this is just icing on the cake. I guess you don't really need it then anyway.
whats wrong with eval ? apart from not getting any error codes ????, if your a good programmmer you dont need error codes lol,
If only everyone was such a great programmer as yourself, then we would live in an error free world. Debugging would be non-existent. We could all write in what Naddy passes off as English and every interpreter would get what we are trying to do, always. Yes, the world would indeed be a better place.
i need to turn off strict standards errors for a bit,
any suggestions on how to do this in teh code ?
Hold on Nad, you “forgot” how set the error level? And why do you need any error reporting at all? Is the perfect world falling apart? Is it the apocalypse?
what does the =& mean ???
Forgot references too? My god Naddy boy, lay off the acid.
i am using zend frameworks LEFT JOIN prepaired query.
I know ZF is becoming more and more comprehensive a library, but I didn't know they had their own SQL dialect. Cool to know, thanks Nad! For everything, but in particular for allowing us a little fun, getting away from day jobs.
To be continued..