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    Re: PHP


    Click the "PHP" link on the left side of your screen unber "Server Side". There are a bunch of articles in there including the entire PHP 101 series.
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    Enjoy,
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    Randy
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    Really great!


    The bits and pieces I gathered from other sites, while trying to do cool things with PHP, fall together perfectly in your tutorials... Keep it up (I meant: don't stop yet) and also a
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    for the humorous 'comments'!
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    Re: Really great!


    Oops, now I see what you meant by 'source code', sorry 'bout that! <b>:)</b>
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    Smells like PHP, feels like C!


    Great article. Keep up the good work!

    Steve Hall
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    php php php more...


    These tutorial so far i have seen is great... I had just learnt too much of it and still fetl not enough....
    any possiblity to have more...?
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    Re: php php php more...


    here, here.
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    Re: PHP


    Thanks Randy.....
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    PHP 101 all 5 sections


    Great Stuff and very cool humour..
    thanks a lot
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    very nice, but...


    can you tell me how to pull out separate indexes from a single line in the text file?
    I.E. textfile contains on each line: uname, passeword. I can display all the information, but how do I grab just the uname and/or password to compare it to a user input form for valid login?
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    Re: php php php more...


    it's a shame I knew this stuff already.
    couldn't you people make a 1-1 on a higher level?
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    Re: very nice, but...


    Peek at the PHP Manual, there's a whole section dedicated to strings. The function you seem to need is explode(), which allows you to split a string in parts. Take a look at the manual pages for detailed instructions on how to use that function.
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    Forgot something


    Your forgot to put the <BR>'s in the 'echo "File is executable";', readable, etc. Just thought you might want to know so newbies won't get confused when it prints the results on one line. =]
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    Re: Forgot something


    <code><BR></code>'s - didn't realize the message board could handle HTML...first time posting a message =]
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    Re: Forgot something


    Code:
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    's...I'm having too much trouble for something that takes no brain to do. =P
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    Excellent Tutorial!


    nice excellent tutorial! it helps me alots to handle the error when write or read or append the file! :)

    thank you!

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