I have an enquiry form where once the user click the submit button the form mailhandler.php and sends the email to myself. I have tried doing this through php but its not fully working as I do not recieve any emails. Here is my mail handler.php <?php if(isset($_POST['buttonSubmit'])){ $to = "xxxxxxx"; // my email has been hidden $from = $_POST['emailInput']; // this is the sender's Email address $first_name = $_POST['fNameInput']; $last_name = $_POST['lNameInput']; $subject = "Form submission"; $subject2 = "Copy of your form submission"; $message = $first_name . " " . $last_name . " wrote the following:" . "\n\n" . …

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**Question 1:** I want to create a save file for a game im creating in C++ problem is i can only use the vanilla headers in dev-cpp (which spawns another question id like to have answered/suggestions), my main problem id like to get past, is how the easiest format/way of the program creating multiple files, and reading from them. (Note: this will be a decent discussion, as im looking to learn and will most likely be asking 50 questions for every answer i recieve, as i am trying to program my first game in C++ that wasn't as simple as …

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Hi, I am trying to create an application like tweetdeck which has a mini-browser built in so that users can recieve custom feeds/updates from my shopping website. Unfortunately, I am not sure where to start in creating such an application. Can I create it in java? and what type of software architecture/models should i look at for a start? thanks

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Hi Daniweb, I have a checkbox that is dynamically generated using php using inputs on previous pages. <form name=partselect action="JavaScript:checkmate()" method="post"> <table> <?php while(oci_fetch($stmtgp)){ $idpart = oci_result($stmtgp, "PART_ID"); $stmtparts = oci_parse($conn, "select * from PARTS where PARTID='".$idpart."'"); $execparts = oci_execute($stmtparts); if(!$execparts){ echo 'unable to fetch part'; } oci_fetch($stmtparts); $tpartcost = oci_result($stmtgp, "PART_COST")+oci_result($stmtparts, "PARTLABOURCOST"); echo '<tr> <td>'.oci_result($stmtparts, "PARTNAME").'</td>'; echo ' <td>'.$tpartcost.'</td>'; echo ' <td><input type=checkbox name=parts value='.$idpart.'>'; echo '</tr>'; } ?> <tr> <td></td> <td></td> <td><input type=Submit value="Confirm"> </td> </tr> </table> </form> I want the results of this checkbox to be passed onto the next php file, where the values that were …

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I am wanting to create a card game that will have 1 to 7 players plus the dealer. Currently I have 1 player and the dealer. Each player will have a listbox that contains an index for each card in the player's hand. As the cards are dealt each player will be dealt their first card including the dealer, the dealer being last. Then everyone is dealt their second card again the dealer being last. What i need is a way to save the contents of the listbox for each player and when it's that player's turn to recieve another …

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Hi, I'm working on an assignment where we have to have a client and server sending each other an integer that represents a noughts and crosses board. I had it working by simply sending back and forth the entire NoughtsAndCrosses class, but now we need to do it just using the integers in the GameData struct using the individual bits. This is where I've gotten lost, here is my code, I'm not looking for straight up answers since I need to learn for myself, maybe just some hints to nudge me in the right direction? I think there is a …

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