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treadsconn

Display Single Record from a table of many columns

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Hi, i am much excited to be here. This is my first login and my first time on this page.

I am currently building an application to display students exams record from mysql database. 

The table has been prepared with subjects.

What i need now is how i can display the results of each student when he or she login to the platform.

Attached is the table for the results to display from the database. 

I just need the php script(with any parameters) to display the results.

I await any help.

thanks.

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Where's the rest of the data? Where's the name? Address? How about the scores from the other classes?

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Where's the rest of the data? Where's the name? Address? How about the scores from the other classes?

Just write the code with any assumed parameters yourself then i will do the editing. Thanks!

I am waiting for your help!

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There you go:

<?php

echo base64_decode('R28gZG8geW91ciBvd24gaG9tZXdvcmssIGtpZC4=');
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Just write the code with any assumed parameters yourself then i will do the editing.

Sure. I charge $100 USD hourly, rounded up, with a minimum of four hours. Other things, like transferring ownership to you, may cost more. After we discuss my contract we'll have to work on a requirements document and detail the expected deliverables. There may be more to talk about after that, I won't know until I learn more about what you are hiring me to do.

 

Unless... you were expecting me to do this for free? Because that's not going to happen. I will, however, freely help you make it yourself. But you'll have to start with answering my earlier questions.

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