My focus in PHP has been calculations, reporting, database manipulation (MySQL), automated scripting, screen scraping, and tracking systems. A summary of my business is posted at www.businesscatalyst.info.
I've been programming in many languages for over 15 years, but the last several years I've focused on php for websites and perl for data processing. I've posted several tricks I've learned at www.wilycode.com.
I have a bachelors degree and a masters degree, both in electrical engineering from Arizona State University.
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Hello Ashish, I would recommend following the example in the mysqli quick start guide at http://us2.php.net/manual/en/mysqli.quickstart.statements.php: $mysqli = new mysqli("example.com", "user", "password"
Hi TD, Your $query is a string variable, so if you want parts of it to be dynamic you'll need to close the string before each if statement and append to it as needed (and if you are not escaping your
Hi Tushar, It really depends what your current experience is and how well you know other languages. It sounds like you are using php to interact with a database. That's fine, but it involves more than
Hi Kezah, It's not clear to me which limitation you are facing because you didn't mention an error message, but I know when I've had timeout issues I've used a separate scheduled job to download the page
Hi Kezah, The problem is just what the error says, you are listing twice as many elements in the values section of the query as the fields section. The values param needs to use array_values($array)