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

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comment MySQL call that combines two Tables with several indentical rows
The var_export command will output valid PHP code. If you do something like $c=var_export($array3,true), $c will contain the string Array(SOME, SOME, Array(ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR, FIVE), SOME) (albeit with some formatting changes)
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revised MySQL call that combines two Tables with several indentical rows
Corrected variable names in the array_unique block> Also added a way of using array_values
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answered MySQL call that combines two Tables with several indentical rows
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comment How would I get the URL after my own URL?
What have you tried so far? What format can the URLs take etc?
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answered change auto_increment within same table using subquery mysql
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comment change auto_increment within same table using subquery mysql
This seems like the thing you need to do. It looks like you want to use an external app to perform what you want
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comment Pass foreach loop in function
Do the old Reverse-a-roo for the same result
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comment Text import error
Please! Close this question! you asked it almost 12 months ago and it is just sitting here festering.
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answered PHP : Find from tab delimited text file without while loop
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comment php code needed for my uploading file page
Welcome to Coders R Us. We're currently experiencing difficulties with your problem as we have no idea what you've tried. Please come back when you've given us some idea of what you've already tried
May
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comment Advice on how to store/manage files for entries in DB
Use a subfolder for each user ID. within each folder, you can have separate folders for each file type if you like - it's a matter of personal choice. One thing I would recommend is to adjust the filename so that there is a timestamp (e.g., cert.pdf is renamed to cert_20141405115425.pdf). This will allow you to have multiple (e.g.) certificates and make the filenames easily adjustable for download to a client machine (if required). Don't make the file store server publicly accessible (i.e., from the web) - Web & DB servers only
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answered Advice on how to store/manage files for entries in DB
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