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Hello Guys.

 

I have a question here..

 

I have a photo upload script that uploads photos to the server and then sends the photo name to another page via POST.

 

I only have one var name called $image_all

 

when I echo it this is what I get (When uploading 2 files)

This is the list 2011-12-05_0751.png,2011-12-05_0747.png

 

I also tested with "explode"

 print_r(explode(',', $image_all, 10));

 

and I get this

 

Array ( [0] => 2011-12-05_0751.png [1] => 2011-12-05_0747.png [2] => 

 

What I would like for it to do is assign an incremental var name to each image uploaded and passed in the POST.

 

Like this

 

$image1 =  2011-xx.png

$image2 = 2011-xx.png

$image3 = 2011-xx.png

 

It should created the variable names dynamically based on the number of images (Up to 10)

 

Thanks for your help!

 

 

 

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Here's some code, but why not just keep it in an array if I may ask...

$offset = 1;
for($count =  0; $count < count($image_all); $count++)
{
$varName = 'image'.($count + $offset);
${$varName} = $image_all[$count];
}

echo $image1;
echo $image2;

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And what is not clear? :)

 

Take for() loop and set variables. I think it's better to use an array but not a set of variables:

 

<?php

$images=array();

for( $i=1; $i<=10; $i++) // may be not 10 but a number of loaded images

  $images[]=sprintf( '2011-%02d', $i );

?>

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