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Yes, a bit specific, but I need to store some links!
This page will describe the difference between GET and POST, and the typical uses for each.
As clever as it is to alter the URL to pass values to your script, the normal way to pass values is through a web form.
Here's some HTML that will display a form with two fields.
In the previous chapter, we explored evaluation, evaluation order, variables, numbers and strings.
In this chapter, we explore how to send input to our short programs.
For starters, here are some links out to some existing tutorials.
I used to have a PHP tutorial here, and it was somewhat heavily downloaded. It needed a revision that never happened. Anyway, it's lost, so here's a new one.
One thing about scripting is that, sometimes, a little fragment of code will get used over and over, and it's not a full-featured app.
This example shows you how to add records with VBA and DAO instead of with SQL queries.
xml.com had an article from 2003 about RSS using CDATA-guarded HTML code in the nodes.
Seems like a lot of people are having a problem because Access automatically hides a subreport if it contains no records.
This is a subroutine that will scan your Outlook inbox or a subfolder of inbox named "Bounces", and copy bounced email addresses to a MS Access database.
In PHP 5, when you pass an array by value, but the array contains references, then, you will get some subtly weird behavior.
This is the start of a macro that will scan your Outlook Inbox or a subfolder named "Bounces" for bounce messages, and record such messages to an Access database.
How do you get a form to update its associated record, programmatically?
Me.Dirty = False
What the heck? Why isn't there a call like Me.UpdateRecord()?