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  1. alex4orly

    First argument for PHP fread()

    Hello all, I am coming to learn PHP with a C/C++ background and noticed something which I think is incorrect: $myfile = fopen(); retuens a handle to the file. In the explanation for fread() however it is used and the explanation is that it is the name of the file as the 1st argument. This in my opinion is an incorrect explanation, it is actually the HANDLE. The majority of the PHP syntax however is mostly clear to me. Thanks to those who put the effort, to help us new comers... Cheers Alex
  2. I was able to complete a live search with a T-SQL database similar to the design found here on W3Schools, though now I am running into some difficulties passing multiple arguments/parameters to the JavaScript search page. Basically, we thought it would be a good idea to let people search by just a first name or last name if they wanted, as well as searching by their affiliation. Here is an excerpt from the form that appears to be giving me the problems: <form><input type="text" name="name" id="nameID" size="40" maxlength="64" onKeyUp="showNames('nameID', 'typeID', 'firstLastID')"onblur="if (this.value == '') this.value = this.defaultValue" onFocus="if (this.value == this.defaultValue) this.value = ''"value="Enter a name or a part of a name here"> <br><select name="type" id="typeID" onChange="showNames('nameID', 'typeID', 'firstLastID')"><option value="All">Members & Staff</option><option value="Member">Member</option><option value="Staff">Staff</option></select> <br><select name="firstLast" id="firstLastID" onChange="showNames('nameID', 'typeID', 'firstLastID')"><option value="Both">First & Last Name</option><option value="First">First Name</option><option value="Last">Last Name</option></select></form> Right now the form is passing the literal names of nameID, typeID, and firstLastID when I echo the variables in a separate PHP file. I've tried single quotes (which gives the literal names), double quotes (does not work), and no quotation marks (does not work) around the arguments just to see if that was the culprit, but no luck there. Before using the ID's I had been using "this.value", though unfortunately I couldn't use that any longer once we added the additional arguments to showNames(). Finally, I tried removing all of the arguments from showNames() and collecting the data using "document.getElementByID('...').value" (where '...' is the ID) in the JavaScript function, but that didn't work either. Can anyone help me figure this out? Thank you!
  3. ckrudelux

    Arguments

    I just find my self thinking about how php reads arguments in a call, reason for this is what I just got stuck in call_user_func_array(). I'm calling the construct method in one class from this function with some arguments. The problem I face now is that I call the construct method 2 times which is not wanted. $params = array('arg1', 'arg2', 'arg3'); <?phpcall_user_func_array(array(new $_GET['class'], '__construct'), $params);?> This would be great if it worked like the one above but this just sends an array as argument. <?phpnew $_GET['class']($params);?> Any suggestions how to solve this?
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