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  1. In Topic: If-Else Not Yielding Desired Result

    Posted 12 May 2014

    edit: Martyr2 beat me to it :P
    By the way, Martyr2, I just bought your programming ideas book. Great stuff so far! This will definitely keep me busy for quite some time :).
    For what it's worth, it seems that $sathrs is indeed 0 when it reaches line 57 in your code in spoilers. I did some testing and found out that 0 == "string" evaluates to TRUE. A quick search found this StackOverflow post which says:

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    Your first example (a 'loose' comparison since it does not also check the data types of the two operands) implicitly converts the string on the left to an integer. Since it does not start with a number, the string is converted to the integer 0, which is equal to the integer 0.
  2. In Topic: What Are You Working On Today?

    Posted 12 May 2014

    Finals are almost over, and I finally have a few days to relax and read a good javascript book. currently reading Javascript: The Good Parts.
  3. In Topic: Syntax error don't understand (PHP)

    Posted 10 May 2014

    Add error_reporting(E_ALL); at the top of the file. You should see a message saying something similar to Notice: Undefined variable: email1 . You have a typo on line 13(or line 6 depending on how you look at it).
  4. In Topic: Syntax error don't understand (PHP)

    Posted 10 May 2014

    Do you have error reporting enabled? When I ran the code, I got a Notice that points to a clear fix.
  5. In Topic: Clock update <?php echo microtime(); ?> Put into eho.php or ma

    Posted 11 Apr 2014

    Look at msec.php in a web browser and open up its error console.

    Firefox said:

    ReferenceError: $ is not defined msec.php:3

    If you're trying to use JQuery, you need to include it on the page in one way or another. Adding this before your existing code should work:
    <script src="http://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.11.0.min.js"></script>
    
    

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    n.sudera87 Icon

    22 Dec 2012 - 22:45
    hi friend
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    Sho Ke Icon

    12 Dec 2012 - 15:28
    Aah! A creeper!
    For the record, your title is exactly why I went to your profile.
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    no2pencil Icon

    12 Dec 2012 - 10:10
    ** creeps **
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    Sheph Icon

    08 Dec 2011 - 21:43
    Man you guys are real creepers. :)
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    sykoticm Icon

    07 Dec 2011 - 19:59
    I would go to one of you post and reply, I'm in your posts creeping on your creeping your profile. Then I thought that it wouldn't make sense so i typed this explanation instead on your profile.
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