Started in 1980 with BASIC on a Sinclair ZX80. Various flavours of BASIC later, went to Uni and did a final year project using a dynamically assigned 48 processor array (Transputers - who remembers them?) to calculate fractals, stint in support, LAMP stack coder from 2004, never looked back.

Kids nowadays eh? They've got it easy! GUI? I'd have killed for a GUI! We had to code on clay tablets

Aug
25
revised Calculate permutation outputs PHP
Lowered the number of iterations required
Aug
25
comment How to access Atlassian using PHP
You would replace the localhost:port with the server name/ip address and port that your Atlassian installation is accessed via
Aug
24
answered Calculate permutation outputs PHP
Aug
24
comment MySQL Incoming request 8 kilobytes Outgoing 80 Megabytes
There's nothing we can help with. You will need to look into the EXPLAIN syntax in MySQL and see if that helps.
Aug
24
comment MySQL Incoming request 8 kilobytes Outgoing 80 Megabytes
Looking at your previous question ( stackoverflow.com/questions/32167102/… ) - isn't that the query which generates 8kb incoming for 82Mb outgoing? Without more information, you're not going to get an answer on SO. Again, this isn't suitable for SO - too vague, no details of anything tried etc
Aug
24
comment Calculate permutation outputs PHP
So what have you tried so far?
Aug
24
comment MySQL Incoming request 8 kilobytes Outgoing 80 Megabytes
It depends on what you're requesting. If your request is a simple SELECT * FROM table1 and table1 contains millions of rows, you're going to get a lot of data back. Apart from that, this question isn't really suitable for SO - too vague, no details, no details of anything tried etc
Aug
24
comment Calculate permutation outputs PHP
You need nested loops. Three of them to be precise
Aug
24
answered How to access Atlassian using PHP
Aug
16
awarded Yearling
Aug
16
awarded Yearling
Aug
10
comment How to verify certificates (not self signed) using PHP
In that case, use the command line openssl verify commands.
Aug
10
comment How to verify certificates (not self signed) using PHP
I don't think you can do this. using the openssl commands on a linux machine, there doesn't appear to be a way of retrieving the domain details from a certificate. If you can't do it with the command line tools, you certainly won't be able to do it in PHP. One question - why do you need to this?
Aug
10
comment How to use paypal SDK?
The status would contain more information than just "failed". What call are you making? What data are you providing (without the credit card number you're using)? What errors are being returned? Are any other status values provided? Can your server see the PayPal API properly? Just saying "it gives a failed status" is like taking your car to a garage and saying "my car is broken but I'm not going to tell you what's happening, what I was doing at the time it broke, or what make and model of car I am using"
Jul
29
answered upgrade mysql 5.0.x to 5.x on appserv windows
Jul
29
answered new to oop in PHP a plea for clarifying concepts
Jul
29
comment how to show not available rooms in my table
Stop using the mysql_ functions. Change to mysqli_ or PDO type. The mysql_ functions are deprecated in PHP 5 and removed completely in PHP 7
Jul
29
answered Preventing overwrites from concurrent forms in PHP
Jul
29
comment upgrade mysql 5.0.x to 5.x on appserv windows
Do a backup, upgrade the software, restore if data loss. This needs to be done out of hours and practised LOTS OF TIMES on a test machine so that you know what you're doing
Jul
29
comment How Can I Convert CURL command to PHP?
You may have to mess around with the CURLOPT_SSLKEY and CURLOPT_SSLCERT options - not sure if I got them round the right way. Either way, they need to be absolute values as your PHP may not have the same environment as you (different $HOME etc)
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