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    You can post your tutorial requests under this thread, and only this thread. There will be NO other [REQ] or [Tutorial Requests] threads under the Tutorials section of Coder's Paradise. If violated, you will receive an infraction.

    Now that that's all cleared up, have fun

    This is the place to post your Tutorial Request. Reply only with requests, or answers to requests.

    If you're thinking of posting a request here, you can do as follows:
    Quote Originally Posted by First TUT Request
    Can somebody please put a tutorial on making a basic CAPTCHA in PHP?

    Your Request Should Consist of the Following:

    1. Language you want to code it in. (If unknown, state that.)
    2. What you want to know how to do in as few words possible.

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    If you're answering a request post from this thread, you should do as follows:
    Quote Originally Posted by Answering Request
    Quote Originally Posted by First TUT Request
    Can somebody please put a tutorial on making a basic CAPTCHA in PHP?
    I found a tutorial already here for you,
    [PHP][Tutorial] Basic Capcha
    Your Reply Should Consist of:

    1. The original quote of the request post.
    2. A brief summary, if needed. (Optional, obviously..)
    3. A link to the tutorial's thread on THIS FORUM ONLY (can also be any tutorial section on RageZone)

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    See, flexible rules for everyone. Enjoy. If you request a tutorial, I really don't care what you request, just understand the chances of it getting answered depends on allot, so don't assume it'll get answered and made for you right away, who knows if it ever will. I guess it depends if the right person see's it, likes the idea of it, and decides it's not too much trouble to make. If you can apply those three things to the feeling one gets when they read your request, you've got a better shot than most.

    Anyway, don't expect any action, post requests, answer requests, mostly, expect more requests than answers.

    - Please Use the Search Function before Posting a Request.
    - Please Specify a Language in which you request a tutorial. Such as HTML, PHP, or C++.

    If you post anything else, your post will be deleted, you'll most-likely receive an infraction, and the rules here are NOT the same as the Tutorial Section rules. You MAY use the 'Thanks' feature if you're let down you can't post "THANKS MAN YOU'RE THE BEST" to the person who made a tut for you, or anything.. Please refrain from posting anything except a request, or an answer to a request. There's a 0-Spam policy in effect in terms of this thread.

    Buh-Bye!
    Last edited by s-p-n; 02-03-10 at 05:16 PM. Reason: Added to Request Rules; Signature Removed


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    Re: [Tutorial Requests]

    Can somebody please make a tutorial on how to use if, else and elseifs in jQuery?

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    Re: [Tutorial Requests]

    Quote Originally Posted by MeetMeInHabbo View Post
    Can somebody please make a tutorial on how to use if, else and elseifs in jQuery?
    jQuery = JS...(kinda)
    so...
    Code:
    if(<statement>)
    <code>
    else
    <code>
    Would work just fine.

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    Re: [Tutorial Requests]

    Can someone post how to use inline asm, in Delphi and C++

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    Re: [Tutorial Requests]

    Basic java GUI

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    Re: [Tutorial Requests]

    Quote Originally Posted by bounty-hunter View Post
    Can someone post how to use inline asm, in Delphi and C++
    C++:
    Code:
    __asm
    Look it up on MSDN.

    Quote Originally Posted by PirateOwh View Post
    Basic java GUI
    One word: swing.

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    Account Inactive RastaLulz is offline
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    Re: [Tutorial Requests]

    1) PHP/MySQL
    2) A basic tutorial on how to upload an image into the database as a blob.

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    Re: [Tutorial Requests]

    I loved your basics python tutorial, if I can learn python over the summer i can skip a year of programming classes at my school. So can you make a more advanced tutorial for python? So I can prove that I know a basic language to my programming teacher. Then I can take java a year early. =)

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    Account Inactive RastaLulz is offline
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    Re: [Tutorial Requests]

    I'd also like to see a tutorial on how to use PayPal's IPN system.

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    Re: [Tutorial Requests]

    Quote Originally Posted by RastaLulz View Post
    I'd also like to see a tutorial on how to use PayPal's IPN system.
    Yea we really need one of these tutorials, i cant get my head around ipn..

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    Mother effin' clouds SaintsIan is offline
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    Re: [Tutorial Requests]

    Quote Originally Posted by RastaLulz View Post
    I'd also like to see a tutorial on how to use PayPal's IPN system.
    Quote Originally Posted by GrandLodge View Post
    Yea we really need one of these tutorials, i cant get my head around ipn..
    I'll be honest but it would be quite redundant to be writing a tutorial for PayPal's IPN considering they provide a vast documentation about this along with code samples and an amazing sandbox for you to play with. Just to make things easier, here are a few websites I have used in the past:

    PayPal IPN: https://www.paypal.com/ipn
    PayPal Developer Network: https://www.x.com/
    https://developer.paypal.com
    PayPal Sandbox: https://www.sandbox.paypal.com/

    That is all you really need. If you are thinking of a full-fledged billing system that utilises PayPal (mainly), then you should be considering PayPal's SDK. Otherwise, you can construct a simple script to deal with PayPal IPN.

    Just a few tips too, you will be required to have either a "Premier" or "Business" account to make use of this wonderful feature. Also, when creating your PayPal form on your website, set the 'return', 'cancel_return', and 'notify_url' params for PayPal, whereby, the 'return' is the success page, 'cancel' obviously the failure page and 'notify_url', the page that will process PayPal's payment notification.

    PayPal provides a few nice examples on notification handling so maybe you should look there too. One last thing, most users would utilise the 'custom' field when processing the IPN reply. All you are really checking for if the status is VERIFIED or INVALID. But yea, there are many ways to do this.

    https://www.x.com/themes/developer/i...PNOverview.gif

    EDIT: Didn't see this earlier:
    Quote Originally Posted by RastaLulz View Post
    1) PHP/MySQL
    2) A basic tutorial on how to upload an image into the database as a blob.
    Anyways, I presume you already have a MySQL table setup for this with a field of data type 'blob' along with some basic knowledge of PHP 'File Uploads', if so, all you really need to do is have:
    PHP Code:
    $imgfile addslashes(file_get_contents($_FILES['userfile']['tmp_name'])); 
    Inserted into your database (perhaps as a base64 blob if you wish to convert it). If you wish to display it, just get the specific record and have it displayed through a simple PHP echo, under:
    PHP Code:
    header("Content-type: image/jpeg"); 
    Or whatever the image type is, e.g. PNG, GIF, etc.
    Last edited by SaintsIan; 04-08-10 at 04:17 PM.

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    Re: [Tutorial Requests]

    Quote Originally Posted by SaintsIan View Post
    I'll be honest but it would be quite redundant to be writing a tutorial for PayPal's IPN considering they provide a vast documentation about this along with code samples and an amazing sandbox for you to play with. Just to make things easier, here are a few websites I have used in the past:

    PayPal IPN: https://www.paypal.com/ipn
    PayPal Developer Network: https://www.x.com/
    https://developer.paypal.com
    PayPal Sandbox: https://www.sandbox.paypal.com/

    That is all you really need. If you are thinking of a full-fledged billing system that utilises PayPal (mainly), then you should be considering PayPal's SDK. Otherwise, you can construct a simple script to deal with PayPal IPN.

    Just a few tips too, you will be required to have either a "Premier" or "Business" account to make use of this wonderful feature. Also, when creating your PayPal form on your website, set the 'return', 'cancel_return', and 'notify_url' params for PayPal, whereby, the 'return' is the success page, 'cancel' obviously the failure page and 'notify_url', the page that will process PayPal's payment notification.

    PayPal provides a few nice examples on notification handling so maybe you should look there too. One last thing, most users would utilise the 'custom' field when processing the IPN reply. All you are really checking for if the status is VERIFIED or INVALID. But yea, there are many ways to do this.

    https://www.x.com/themes/developer/i...PNOverview.gif

    EDIT: Didn't see this earlier:


    Anyways, I presume you already have a MySQL table setup for this with a field of data type 'blob' along with some basic knowledge of PHP 'File Uploads', if so, all you really need to do is have:
    PHP Code:
    $imgfile addslashes(file_get_contents($_FILES['userfile']['tmp_name'])); 
    Inserted into your database (perhaps as a base64 blob if you wish to convert it). If you wish to display it, just get the specific record and have it displayed through a simple PHP echo, under:
    PHP Code:
    header("Content-type: image/jpeg"); 
    Or whatever the image type is, e.g. PNG, GIF, etc.
    I actually went looking for a tut after i posted that, and managed to create my own after a few hours :)

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    Re: [Tutorial Requests]

    I would like to see a tutorial with JAVA basics.
    Such as the hello world applications, input/output and such.

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    Re: [Tutorial Requests]

    Tut on coding an emulator of the game in C++
    no need to go in depth in Network programming

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    Re: [Tutorial Requests]

    Tutorial for create a GameServer, Lobby, etc... basically for a MMO Server please.

    Greetings.




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