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Thread: Applying ID to Function

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jul 2007

    Applying ID to Function

    Hi All,

    Apologies, but I am a bit stuck with getting a form button and action to work separately on each line of my PHP loop.

    Currently the first button works, but if you decide to click a button on another line the first field is populated and not on the line of the button pressed.

    As I understand it I would probably have to apply another numbered ID to the ID of the element i have already applied. But am a bit stuck on how to. (been trying for day and a half!)

    You can see the page in question here: http://www.jadeboylan.com/game/post.php

    The code here: http://pastebin.com/gUMSqJYy

    Any help would be greatly appreciated!

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Mar 2009
    try this

    PHP Code:
    =    $_POST['prcbox'];
    $ageval       =   $_POST['age'];
    "You have $funds to spend!";
    <input type="hidden" id="age" name="age" value="$ageval">
         * See if we can open a file named fgetcsv.csv in
         * read mode, if we can then assign pointer to this
         * file to a variable named $handle
         * 'r' - Open for reading only; place the file
         *  pointer at the beginning of the file.
    if (($handle fopen("./assets/actors.csv""r")) !== FALSE)
             * fgetcsv( resource $handle  int $length  string $delimiter )
             * resource $handle
             * A valid file pointer to a file successfully opened by fopen(),
             * popen(), or fsockopen().
             * int $length
             * Must be greater than the longest line (in characters) to be
             * found in the CSV file (allowing for trailing line-end characters).
             * It became optional in PHP 5. Omitting this parameter (or setting
             * it to 0 in PHP 5.0.4 and later) the maximum line length is not
             * limited, which is slightly slower.
             * string $delimiter
             * Set the field delimiter (one character only).
             * RETURN VALUES
             * Returns an indexed array containing the fields read.
             * Note: A blank line in a CSV file will be returned as an array
             *       comprising a single null field, and will not be treated
             *       as an error.
             * Note: If PHP is not properly recognizing the line endings when
             *       reading files either on or created by a Macintosh computer,
             *       enabling the auto_detect_line_endings run-time configuration
             *       option may help resolve the problem.
             * fgetcsv() returns NULL if an invalid handle is supplied or FALSE
             * on other errors, and when the end of file has been reached.
    $length 1000;
    $delimiter ",";
             * Print the opening table tag to begin buiding HTML table
             * and the first row of the table; with column names
    echo "<table>\n";
    "<td>&nbsp;</td><td width='90px'><b>Name</b></td><td><b>Surname</b></td>";
             * Loop through the array of values returned by fgetcsv until there are
             * no more lines (indicated by FALSE)
            while ( ( 
    $data fgetcsv$handle$length$delimiter ) ) !== FALSE )
    // Count number of array elements in $data
    $num count($data);
    // Print opening table row HTML tag
    echo "<tr>\n";
    "<td width='90px'><button onclick='myApproach($i);'>Approach</button></td>\n";
                 * Loop through the $data array and output each element
                 * wrapped by opening and closing table data HTML tags
    for ($c=0$c $num$c++)
    "<td width='90px'><textarea id='agebox$i' style='width:70px;' readonly='readonly' onchange='submitChange($i)'></textarea></td>\n";
    "<td width='90px'><input type='submit' id='submit' style='display: none;' /></td>\n";
    // Print closing table row HTML tag
    echo "</tr>\n";
    // Print close table HTML tag
    echo "</table>";
    // Close the file pointed to by $handle
    function myApproach(i) {
      var age,voteable;
      voteable=(age<18)?"Too young":"Old enough";
    function submitChange(i)
     var inputOne = document.getElementById("agebox"+i);
     var inputSubmit = document.getElementById("submit");
         if(inputOne.value == "Old enough")
              inputSubmit.style.display = "block";
              inputSubmit.style.display = "none";

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