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During my PHP programming, an analysis error occurred. The error says Analysis error: syntax error, unexpected T_BOOLEAN_AND in … online … How can I fix this error?

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During my PHP programming, an analysis error occurred. The error says A session has already started, with session_start () in ignored How can I fix this error?

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During my PHP programming, an analysis error occurred. The error says Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_STRING in … How can I fix this error?

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During my PHP programming, an analysis error occurred. The error says / Error: Syntax error, ‘/’ unexpected How can I fix this error?

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While trying to run php codes on Microsoft Internet Information systems we often face problems where the php part is ignored and we get the html debug codes. So if we are not using apache on linux how can we efficiently configure IIS for php without having to run two separate servers to host different parts of the same system ?

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I want display the progress of a running script in HTML page. The script runs in the background. I would like to inform the user that the script is not frozen nd the process is in progress. I could do with a rotating circle or a sand timer symbol but I cannot tell exactly how much progress had ben made. I also know that there is a function to which I Ned to send the percentage complete parameter which then displays the progress bar. But, the problem is that I basically want to know how people dress has been done by the script? Thank you for helping.

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Intention of my program is to group all the comments based on the author name. I would like to show all the comments from one author together. I am trying to perform this in Python. is there a way to simply collect the list of a person’s comment based on name property? All the persons who comment has an unique name ID in the database and hence i can use that data. People cannot comment if they do not have the ID. It simply implies they have to first register and then comment. How to do this in cool way and with out attracting much headache in the future? Great thanks for your kind help.

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I am a newbie for Django but have good experience in creating webpages, adding contents and live tweets and other stuffs like that. I am adding a registration form for the users of my website to aid in registration of my website users. I want to perform the entire registration process in plain HTML, display errors to the users when they enter wrong details such as space in the email ID or not matching passwords. is it possible to generate the registration form with out using any readymade forms? Thank you for your reply. I am looking forward to develop from scratch independent of other modules which may become un reliable when modules are updated.

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I am wanting to kill the php sessions after certain time say for example after 20 minutes of inactivity. I don’t know much about SESSION.GC_MAXLIFETIME and SESSION.COOKIE_LIFETIME but I am also unsure about the reliability of the same. How to implement a session time of my own in PHP? How to avoid garbage collector automatically destroying my sessions? How to time stamp my sessions on my own so that I can keep track of last activity in th session so that I can kill th session if I detect that the programmed time out has happened.

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Am trying to work on a project which involves the following: The user will enter his registration number as an example and clicks on submit button present on the same page. As soon as the button is clicked, the value of the registration number should get displayed in second page. That is all my requirement is. I am here exactly trying to understand the procedure of sharing variables among multiple PHP pages. I am using sessions for this but unable to succeed. Is there any good approach than using sessions to get this done quickly?

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