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I am new to Python, and I wanted to know if it is possible to take an input device (Mouse, keyboard, camera), and have it send a true/false signal, or other type of signal. I would also like to know how to have user interactions, as I don't know how to do that. Anyways, thanks for reading!
Hi, I got a form which I use to take payments via PayPal. All is setup but one form field. To write the "item_name" for PayPal i use this piece of code: document.getElementById('item').value = "Week: " + week + ", Load: " + loading + ", Add. Hours: " + chours + ", Dest: " + postcode Selection fields are: week, loading and chours postcode is an input field, type text I want to get the postcode entered by the user into the item field and use it as the item_name for PayPal. I tried pcode = document.getElementById('postcode') postcode =pcode.value postcode = document.FormName.ElementName.val
What I have is several html files with a naming convention such that a user id number is the file name and then the .html extension, so if a user id is 10934, then the file that the user needs is 10934.html. What I want to do is have a php script such that the user will input their number into a text input box, and then when they press submit, the appropriatly named html file will display or an error html file will display. Does anybody have an idea about how to implement this? I am doing this so that my students can view their grades, so I cannot just have a list of links. Thank you for any h