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So, it was the Israeli Zionists behind all my problems!

For everyone who read about the problems I have been having the last few years, the zionist criminals are behind that, they have loyal groups around the world whom they use to hit innocenets, they do not like GOOD JUST people who can create bridges and make peace, specifically those who are religious, Muslims or Christians, And this is because the zionists are here to devide and destroy!

My life has been miserable, and they tried to make me think it's the French, the Italians, the Canadians, the Turkish, the Egyptians, the Germans, the Russians, the Malaysians, the Chrinese, the Japanese, they even used some American decoy, but it was them, the dirty zionists!

How do they play this ? Using cause and effect, they hit me while giving a logical reason related to one of the groups above, the reason is fake of course, but it took me a long time to understand this, almost 10 years, it's very difficult to think straight when someone is emotionally disturbed!

These criminals possess the following technologies:

  1. They create fake dreams, and can make in sleep interrogations and information extraction!
  2. They can disturb memory and play with the neurotransmitters' balance during sleep, you wake up the next day feeling horrible for no reason, trying to remember something happy gives no emotions at all!
  3. They use the cell phones to capture your brain waves and analyze it to know how do you feel and what you are thinking about (Google Glass was doing something similar)

They have been using these techniques against me for years to break me down while trying to make me suspect any of the groups above based on the situation, making me live in sadness and depression alone, they denied me friends and they destroyed all my relationships, and recently they started to torture me and tried to make me commit suicide in HongKong.

I do not believe a lot of people know this info, please share it, for the sake of God, for the sake of humanity!

Max

DROPDOWN dynamically feed

extrom , June 28 2018, 15:24
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extrom 29
June 28 2018, 15:24 #378652
I am using chronoforms v6 and noticed that in many cases there is no need to create extra code for some functions.
I am counting the number of records in a database and hovering LOOP to generate a list for a DROPDOWN ...
Example: I find that I have 4 records in a database, how to dynamically feed a DROPDOWN with the "1,2,3,4" choice options?
Is there a way to implement without generating extra code?
healyhatman 9
June 28 2018, 22:19 #378654
There's a dynamic dropdown example in the demo forms.
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extrom 29
June 28 2018, 22:58 #378656
I am using a PHP to populate the dropdown with a count of database records, one same works well plus I have to get the maximum value of records that comes from the amount of records in the database. The value is in read_data15 it indicates that it is number 3, however when using in "for" this value is ZERO ...
//return array("Ponto 1","Ponto 2","Ponto 3","Ponto 4",);
$results = array();
$quant = '{var:read_data15}';
$results
  • = 'Selecione o ponto desejado';
    for ($i = 1; $i <= $quant; $i++) {
    $results
  • = 'Ponto '.$i;
    }
    return $results;
    how can I get around this problem?
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    extrom 29
    June 28 2018, 22:59 #378657
    //return array("Ponto 1","Ponto 2","Ponto 3","Ponto 4",);
    $results = array();
    $quant = '{var:read_data15}';
    $results
  • = 'Selecione o ponto desejado';
    for ($i = 1; $i <= $quant; $i++) {
    $results
  • = 'Ponto '.$i;
    }
    return $results;
    healyhatman 9
    June 28 2018, 23:01 #378658
    var:read_data.model
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    extrom 29
    June 28 2018, 23:01 #378659
    return '{var:read_data15}';
    by simply testing with this I get the value 3 ...
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    extrom 29
    June 28 2018, 23:06 #378660
    Healyhatman...
    thus ?
    $results = array();
    $quant = '{var:read_data15.model}';
    $results[ ] = 'Selecione o ponto desejado';
    for ($i = 1; $i <= $quant; $i++) {
    $results[ ] = 'Ponto '.$i;
    }
    return $results;
    healyhatman 9
    June 28 2018, 23:12 #378661
    m are you sure it's 3, or is it an array containing the number 3
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    extrom 29
    June 28 2018, 23:16 #378662
    I am counting records through the option below in read_data15 and currently have 3 records ... I need this value inside the "for" to be able to create 3 elements in the array that goes to the dropdown when returning from PHP
    the read_data15...
    Select type = Return the count of records matching the filtering conditions.
    healyhatman 9
    June 28 2018, 23:17 #378663
    Oh sorry I see the problem. You can't use shortcode a in PHP.
    {var:} should be $this->get("variable name", "default if not found");
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    extrom 29
    June 28 2018, 23:19 #378664
    any problem to overcome the problem?
    healyhatman 9
    June 29 2018, 02:04 #378665
    I just told you? What is it you're asking?
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    extrom 29
    June 29 2018, 02:10 #378666
    Thanks, follow a link to video with the implementation.
    https://youtu.be/mkr_460kmuM
    healyhatman 9
    June 29 2018, 02:13 #378667
    $quant = $this->get("read_data15", 0);
    You didn't read what I wrote properly, $this->get takes two parameters - the name of the variable you want to retrieve, and a default value if the variable is not found.
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    healyhatman 9
    June 29 2018, 02:17 #378668
    Also try doing
    return json_encode($results);
    and in the dropdown value put
    {var/jsonde:php17}
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    extrom 29
    June 29 2018, 11:39 #378680
    Thanks a lot for the guidance, you are correct ... however the implementation described in the video is working correctly ... at the time I noticed that $ this in the chronoforms is an access to the entire structure of the project simply by knowing how to access the desired variables, thank you...

    Throughout my code I will certainly have other doubts, thank you very much.