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Hi everyone, I hope this is an easy one – I would simply like to combine a bunch of PHP functions into one script.  Here is the architecture:

1) I send a PHP script a series of variables that have a value.  If these variables have a value, PHP fires a script:

varA=1
varB=2
varC=3
varD=4
…and so on (a total of 30 variables in sequential order)

2) If varA = ‘something’ then do the following:
<?
$file = fopen("./Folder/" . "NewFile1", "w");
fwrite($file,"$varA");
fclose($file);
?>

If varB = ‘somehting’ then do the following:
<?
$file = fopen("./Folder/" . "NewFile2", "w");
fwrite($file,"$varB");
fclose($file);
?>

This is repeated all the way down to the 30th variable.

Hope this is easy.
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mleeb earned 1600 total points
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1. Simply form an array of the variables.
2. Obtain the length of the array.
3. Run a for loop on the array of variables.
4. Test that the current variable has a value.
5. Perform file creation function.
6. Continue looping until complete.

$varA = 1;
$varB = 2;
$varC = 3;

$arrayName = array ($varA, $varB, $varC);
$arrayLength = count($arrayName);

for ($i = 0; $i < $arrayLength; $i++)
{
     if($arrayName[$i] != '')
     {
      $file = fopen("Folder/NewFile$arrayName[$i]", "w");
      fwrite($file, "$arrayName[$i]");
      fclose($file);
     }
}
?>  
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by:Donavan_usa
ID: 9651109
Thanks mleeb, I will try out your above code.

Cheers.
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by:Donavan_usa
ID: 10416468
Sorry for delay - what if there is an unlimited number of variables coming in?

Cheers
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