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  1. In Topic: Create a folder and file in php

    Posted 30 Jul 2012

    Try to provide the errors whenever you post such a query.

    Anyway!

    View PostBluezap, on 30 July 2012 - 10:56 PM, said:

    I used this and i get many errors.
    include($_POST["name"]); 
    
    

    What seems to be wrong?


    I'm not sure what you're trying to do here. The value in $_POST["name"] is being used to create a directory! Kindly refer the link to check how include function is to be used: http://php.net/manua...ion.include.php

    if(!file_exists($session->$_POST["name"])) 
    
    


    What is the value stored in $session->$_POST["name"]? Echo and check if this is the absolute path to your file.
  2. In Topic: Cron Job executor verification

    Posted 6 May 2012

    Why not restrict the access using .htaccess?
  3. In Topic: Read blob data from mysql database in PHP

    Posted 2 May 2012

    header('content-type = image/jpeg');
    


    I think that should be
     header("Content-type: image/jpeg"); 
    
  4. In Topic: PHP Register Auth Key

    Posted 2 May 2012

    Did you try to google for the same thing?

    A sample tutorial/overview can be seen here: http://culttt.com/20...stem-using-php/

    Also, if you're having trouble with your existing code, post it here and then ask for guidance.
  5. In Topic: Sharpening my PHP skills and being more efficient.

    Posted 2 May 2012

    It is always good to create a workplan for whatever you intend to do. There is a reason why Flow Charts/Pseudo codes exist and are still taught to beginners!

    I usually breakdown the complete thing into logical parts, complete each of them and then integrate into the main application/project. It helps you keep a track of your progress and you can focus on one part at a time without worrying about the whole flow.

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New D.I.C Head
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25 years old
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Years Programming:
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PHP, C, C++, COBOL, CICS, JAVA, PL/SQL, ESQL, DB2, Oracle, IBM WTX, IBM WMB

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