MaPa Answers You can ask questions on any topic, get answers from real people, and share your insights and experience. What is the best programming language to start with? - MaPa Answers Sat, 12 Nov 2016 02:35:09 GMT should I learn php or python or ruby - MaPa Answers Thu, 9 May 2013 01:46:15 GMT Can I use a php file as a database to retrieve details from a form? - MaPa Answers

Can i do this using a php file, i tried submitting it to go directly to my email, but then decided i'd rather have a database.

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How can I learn php mysql with the most efficiency? - MaPa Answers Sun, 3 Feb 2013 07:44:09 GMT How to enhance my PHP development skill and also start learning .NET to get into it as well? - MaPa Answers Sun, 3 Feb 2013 07:43:05 GMT How to direct values from php textboxes in a form to a email account? - MaPa Answers Sun, 3 Feb 2013 07:41:43 GMT PHP: How to store system configurations on a database and use them as constants? - MaPa Answers

I'm looking for things that can be changed directly by the admin without needing to go into the source code and manually changing the hardcoded constants file.]]> Sun, 3 Feb 2013 07:40:50 GMT
How can i study or try PHP programming at home if I only have a laptop with WIndowsXP SP3 - MaPa Answers Sun, 3 Feb 2013 07:37:45 GMT How to get a PHP file to be included across files in different directories? - MaPa Answers
installed.With this I am able to include files only that are in the same directory(they work well using require() fn).If not an error message displaying some "no such file" in directory appears in the page.I would like to use them to be included in different direcetories.What should I do?]]> Sun, 3 Feb 2013 07:36:43 GMT
How to write a PHP coding to list out all files and directories as links to them? - MaPa Answers

This is somewhat similar to some index pages. When new file or folder is added to the directory, HTML page should display the newly created file/folder together with previous ones after it is being refreshed. (prefer in alphabatical order)

How to achieve this sort of functionality in PHP? Please provide sample coding as well. (and any references)

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