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  1. Found a typo. When I used fetch_row, I did change them to echo $row4[1] etc etc. I did find a typo and it works now. However, the fetch_assoc is still giving me the "r" for the results. I wish I can understand why so I can learn something. Thank you .When I did use fetch_assoc, I did change the values to $row4['School']; etc etc
  2. I am hear you buddy. I have tried mysqli_fetch_assoc($result4), mysqli_fetch_array($result4), mysqli_fetch_row($result4). Only so I can at least see a different results to figure out the problem is. They all give me the same exact answer. For testing. The IMDid is 35;Team:rCoach:rTeam Color:rSchool:r
  3. print_r is giving me the right results!! Array ( [0] => 19 [1] => 35 [2] => YES [3] => YES [4] => NO [5] => NO [6] => NO ) Not sure how the heck I got Echo instead of echo!! LOL
  4. This keeps returning odd results. I can't find much information online when I researched it. The results are, For testing. The IMDid is 35; Team:r Coach:r Team Color:r School:r echo "For testing. The IMDid is " .$IMDid; $sql4 = "SELECT * FROM reminders WHERE userFK = '$IMDid'"; $result4 = mysqli_query($conn, $sql4); if (mysqli_num_rows($result4) > 0) { while ($row4=mysq
  5. This sounded easier to do that I had thought. I am trying to wrap my mind around the loop but it is not working out for me. I think "Create an empty-string variable outside the loop that produces each row." is what is confusing me. How is this done? Thank you
  6. Excellent. Thank you so much. I thought of a similar solution, but thought maybe I should do some research before I reinvent the wheel.
  7. Hello folks, I am afraid i may not be using the correct wording with the "Title", but I hope I can clarify. I have a table with three columns column 1: FileName column 2: FinishDate column 3: FinishTime When I do a fetch the rows and display them I get FileName, FinishDate, FinishTime FileName, FinishDate, FinishTime FileName, FinishDate, FinishTime etc etc What I am trying to do is to group the same FileName to display FileName FinishDate, FinishTime FinishDate, FinishTime etc FileName FinishDate, FinishTi
  8. wow!! I thought my issue was syntax related. This is going to be a disaster for me to figure out. lol
  9. How do I turn off a password protected workbook. Obviously I have the password. I am trying to make a copy of the protected workbook and make the new copy unprotected. Thank you very much set xlApp = CreateObject("Excel.Application") Set objWorkbook = xlApp.Workbooks.Open("C:\mypath\..\..\protected.xlsx") xlApp.Visible=TRUE Set targetSchedule = xlApp.Workbooks(1) targetSchedule.SaveAs ("C:\mypath\..\..\..\uprotected_copy.xlsx") Dim myPass myPass = "12345678" targetSchedule.Unprotect password:=myPass
  10. If I understand you correctly, YES. I sent myself an email to xxxxxxxxxx@att.txt.net from my gmail account and it came to the phone as a text message just as expected. Thank you for the help
  11. IndianaGuy

    email at text

    This use to work but not anymore. Any ideas why? when I replace $to with a real email address. it works just fine! //xx.. is a 10 digit phone number. ATT says this should work! $to = xxxxxxxxxx@att.txt.net"; $subject = "My subject"; $txt = "Hello world!"; mail($to,$subject,$txt);
  12. Looking for a recommendation for a audio/video player that will work on mobile devices. I don't care if I pay a few bucks for it but free is good as well. I need something that will be easily modified. I will need to add some eventlistener and record the users play/stop actions etc. Thank you
  13. I appreciate your help. Still trying to figure out your response and how to use it on a function, or if that is even a good idea. this $stmt is going to be ran several times in a row. I figure prepared statement is the best way to go. Also, column opener_Ask is a integer. it's just a counter keeping track of how many times it was triggered. The following works but I would rather keep it the old way so I can learn more on how it works lol.Also $colName is the one that will change everytime more so than the $sesID $stmt = $conn->prepare("UPDATE tbl_calls SET $colName =
  14. My very first prepared statement :-). I am sure its wrong, but not sure why . I get error "Call to a member function bind_param() on boolean". Thank you for your advice. <?php function updateCallStats($colName,$sesID){ $servername = "localhost"; $username = "root"; $password = ""; $database = "abc"; $conn = new mysqli($servername,$username,$password,$database); $stmt = $conn->prepare("UPDATE tbl_calls SET ? = ? + 1 WHERE memberid_fk = ?"); $stmt->bind_param("ssi", $colName, $colName, $sesID); $stmt->execute(); echo "Wooohoo. I did it"; } $colN
  15. The developer tools in Chrome is not showing that there are nay errors! Any other place I can go that may identified errors? Thank you
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