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using this query:

    $queryC = "SELECT * FROM  tbl_courses WHERE course_id='$course_id'";
        $resC = mysql_fetch_assoc(dbQuery($queryC));    
        $allUnits = $resC[course_unit];
print_r(array($allUnits));

returns:
Array ( [0] => 3 ) Array ( [0] => 3 ) Array ( [0] => 2 ) Array ( [0] => 2 )

but am expecting it to return

Array ( [0] => 3 ) Array ( [1] => 3 ) Array ( [2] => 2 ) Array ( [3] => 2 )

anybody whit usefull help please....

I need it as soon as possible

Thanks in advance

Edited by diafol: fixed code formatting

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i tried it....i wanna sum the result return and use it in another calculation

Thanks for the reply

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i am trying to get the course credit unit for cgpa calculation

<?php
$EnrollKey = $_GET['m'];
    db_connect();

    //  $sqlStud = "SELECT * FROM tbl_stud_registration WHERE stud_id='$EnrollKey'";
        //  $resStud = dbFetchArray(dbQuery($sqlStud));
            //$get_stud_id = $resStud['stud_id'];

            //echo $EnrollKey.'==>'.$get_stud_id;

    $stm = "SELECT * FROM enrolled_courses WHERE stud_id = '$EnrollKey'";
    $stmQuery = dbQuery($stm);


?>

<form id="formID" name="form1" method="post" action="<?php $_SERVER['PHP_SELF']; ?>">

<span class="clearfix">&nbsp;</span>
    <fieldset>
    <div class="enroll">
    <table cellspacing="0" width="100%">
      <thead>
        <tr>
          <th width="7%">course</th>
          <th width="28%">course title</th>
          <th width="5%">unit</th>
          <th width="7%">status</th>
          <th width="6%">score</th>
          <th width="6%">grade</th>
          <th width="3%">w.g.p</th>
          <th width="38%">&nbsp;</th>
        </tr>
      </thead>

      <tbody>
        <tr>
 <?php
//for ($i = 0; $i < $num_result; $i++) {
         while( $row = dbFetchArray($stmQuery)) {
             extract($row);      

        $querySes = "SELECT * FROM  tbl_registration_session WHERE session_id='$session'";
            $resSes = dbFetchArray(dbQuery($querySes)); 

        $queryC = "SELECT * FROM  tbl_courses WHERE course_id='$course_id'";
            $resC = mysql_fetch_assoc(dbQuery($queryC));    
            $allUnits = $resC[course_unit]; 
        //  foreach($allUnits as $values) {
            //  echo $values; } 

        $qr = "SELECT SUM(course_unit) FROM tbl_courses WHERE course_id='$course_id'";  
            $qr_res = dbFetchArray(dbQuery($qr));
            //echo $qr_res['SUM(course_unit)']; 

    //  $query_reg = "SELECT * FROM tbl_stud_registration WHERE stud_id='$get_stud_id'";
    //      $resReg = dbFetchArray(dbQuery($query_reg));

?>  

          <td><?php echo $resC[course_code] ; ?></td>
          <td><?php echo $resC[course_title] ; ?></td>
          <td><?php echo  $allUnits; ?></td>
          <td><?php echo $resC[course_status]; ?></td>
          <td><?php echo $score; ?></td>
          <td><?php $gd = __gradingSystem($score); echo $gd."PTS"; ?></td>
          <td><?php $wgpa = array($allUnits*$gd); echo $allUnits*$gd; ?></td>
          <td><?php print_r($wgpa); print_r($allUnits);?></td>
        </tr>
        <?php print_r(array($allUnits));?>
<?php } ?>
      </tbody>
    </table>
    <div class="width50 float-left text-align-right">
      Total Credit Unit: <strong><?php $cr = __sumCreditUnit($arr); echo $cr; ?></strong><br /><br />
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To what i can debugg...i see that the array pocket[0] is holding all the values, if so how do i sum up everything in the array pocket or split it if possible to do my calculation

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You can use array_sum() to sum the contents of an array.
If the array is coming from an SQL query, depending on how you're using it, you could use SUM() along with a GROUP BY.

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thanks diafol...but i have tried that too.....its just retruning the last value...but now i wanna use jquery to do it...

i have this code if you can help with..

$(document).ready(function(){
  $('input[name="units[]"]').each(function(){
      alert($(this).val());
  });

});

its ouptuting all the values but i wanna sum the value and put the summation in a textbox

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you can sum the value from an array in a very simple style. eg;

<?php
$value;
// Array value contain 40 int;
$array_int[39];
// Now sum the stuff;

for($value=0;$value < count($array_int);$value++){

 // Sum the value from the array
 $value +=$array_int[$value];

}
echo "the Ssum is ";
echo $value;

?>
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You don't need javascript. That's not good.

thanks diafol...but i have tried that too.....

It's difficult to know what you're trying to do unless you explain which field(s) in the DB you're trying to sum.

If it's a number of fields for one record then, MYSQL can do it:

'SELECT field1, field2, field1 + field2 AS mysum FROM table1 WHERE field6 = 2319'

If it's a sum of values from mutliple records for one field:

'SELECT SUM(field7) FROM table1 WHERE field6 = 2319'
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i guess the MYSQL SELECT SUM cant work if you are selecting from another database using the result from another database e.g

    $stm = "SELECT * FROM enrolled_courses WHERE stud_id = '$EnrollKey'";
    $stmQuery = dbQuery($stm);

             while( $row = dbFetchArray($stmQuery)) {
         extract($row); 
         //here course_id is extracted

    and



$qr = "SELECT SUM(course_unit) FROM tbl_courses WHERE course_id='$course_id'";  
            $qr_res = dbFetchArray(dbQuery($qr));
            echo $qr_res['SUM(course_unit)']; 

but its still not working......i have tried it several times and othere codes before posting my problem here

Edited by oomotayo: to add more

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but its still not working.....

When you say 'database', I'm assuming you mean 'table'. Either way it doesn't matter, all you need is a JOIN and a SUM.

$r = mysql_query("SELECT SUM(tc.course_unit) AS cunit FROM enrolled_courses AS ec INNER JOIN tbl_courses AS tc ON ec.course_id = tc.course_id WHERE ec.stud_id = '$EnrollKey' GROUP BY ec.stud_id");
//need a row num check here, anyway...
$d = mysql_fetch_assoc($r);
echo $d['cunit'];
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