This is just a tutorial of how POST variables are used. Very helpful for those starting PHP.
Hello coders. You can use this function when you correct a iban number in your commercial projects. Thanks. Funny Games
Parse a date string in the format described in RFC822 (for exampe used in RSS feeds) and get the corresponding unix timestamp.
Ever see those sections on websites where some links are bigger than others? This is that! Simply passs an associative array of strings, and "weight", then echo the result.
The purpose of this is pretty simple. Pass it an array with header values and an array of data and it'll create a simple table like spreadsheet. The benefit of this over PHPExcel is that it's smaller and more simple but also that it's not restricted by the number of rows you use. I've had PHPExcel choke on a couple thousand of rows but this will handle them fine. It uses SQLite to store the data in memory before writing to file. So, you must have the SQLite extension turned on. I'm planning on a more robust one that handles individual cells and formatting and such but starting here since I use this kind of thing to dump reports and tables.