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Using an array and inserting ids from a mysql table until the array has 6 items


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$_SESSION['numbers'] = array();
array_push($_SESSION['numbers'], $id);
print_r($_SESSION['numbers']);

So I have this code, which gives me the array:

 

Array ( [0] => 9 )

 

but what I want to do is store this, so that every time it refreshes it will keep the last time plus the new number? 

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So I'm gathering you are using your page to capture one id at a time and want to save them all, up to 6.

 

When you process each page submitted, add the new $id to the session var that you have created.  Check how many there are and if less than 6, repeat.

 

After six, I don't know what you want to do.

 

Do I have to write the code?

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Tada!!

 

So only create the array when you load the page for the first time. 

 

if (!isset($_SESSION['numbers']))

    $_SESSION['numbers'] = array();

 

 

Then each time you process your $_POST and add an entry, do:

 

if (count($_SESSION['numbers']) < 6)

{

   (redisplay your page and exit)

}

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