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August 18, 2016 Leave a comment

Solli Tholaiyen Ma Lyrics From Yakkai

Movie : Yakkai
Song : Solli Tholaiyen Ma Lyrics
Music : Yuvan Shankar Raja
Singer : Dhanush
Lyrics : Vignesh Sivv

Kaana Poona Kadhala
Naana Kenji Kekkuren
Poona Poguthu Kadhala
Solli Tholiyen Ma
Veena Neram Poguthu
En Maanam Kappal Erudhu
Thaana Vandhu Kaadhala
Solli Tholaiyen Ma

Nee Ok Solli Tholanja
Thara Kuthu Poduven
Illa Venam Solla Thuninja
Solo Song ah Paduven

Unakku Wait Panni
En Body Weak Aaguthu
Basement Shake Aguthu
Heart-u Break Aguthu
Loveahh Sollaathathaale
Nenju Lock Aaguthu
Current Illatha
Oor Pola Dark Aguthu

Vaaram Onnula
Kanavula Vandha
Vaaram Rendula
Manasulla Vandha
Moonam Varame
Rathathilayum Neethan
Ada En Maa En Maa

Nalla Pakkura
Koocha Padamanee
Nalla Illikira
Loveh Solla Mattum
Yenma Moraikkura
Sariye Illamaa
Ada Poo Ma Poo Maa

No No Summa Sonnenamma
Unakkaga Poranthavan
Nan Mattum Thanma
Un Kooda Vazhave
Thinam Thorum Saguren
Kaapathu Kadhala
Solli Tholaiyenma

Poona Poguthu Kadhala
Solli Tholiyen Ma

Unakku Wait Panni
Wait Panni
Wait Panni
Unakku Wait Panni
En Body Weak Aaguthu
Basement Shake Aguthu
Heart-u Break Aguthu
Loveahh Sollaathathaale
Nenju Lock Aaguthu
Current Illatha
Oor Pola Dark Aguthu

 

Understanding Regular Expression

October 22, 2013 Leave a comment

Regular expression is the most important part in form validations and it is widely used for search, replace and web crawling systems. If you want to write a selector engine (used to find elements in a DOM), it should be possible with Regular Expressions. In this post we explained few tips that how to understand and write the Regular Expression in simple way.

Will discuss about basic regular expression in three stages.

Stage 1

Symbol             Explanation

^                       Start of string
$                       End of string
.                        Any single character
+                       One or more character
\                        Escape Special characters
?                       Zero or more characters

Input exactly match with “abc”

var A = /^abc$/;

Input start with “abc”

var B = /^abc/;

Input end with “abc”

var C = /abc$/;

Input “abc” and one character allowed Eg. abcx

var D = /^abc.$/;

Input  “abc” and more than one character allowed Eg. abcxy

var E = /^abc.+$/;

Input exactly match with “abc.def”, cause (.) escaped

var F = /^abc\.def$/;

Passes any characters followed or not by “abc” Eg. abcxyz12….

var G = /^abc.+?$/

Stage 2

Char                Group Explanation

[abc]                 Should match any single of character
[^abc]               Should not match any single character
[a-zA-Z0-9]      Characters range lowercase a-z, uppercase A-Z and numbers
[a-z-._]              Match against character range lowercase a-z and ._- special chats
(.*?)                  Capture everything enclosed with brackets
(com|info)         Input should be “com” or “info”
{2}                   Exactly two characters
{2,3}                Minimum 2 characters and Maximum 3 characters
{2,}                  More than 2 characters

Put together all in one URL validation.

var URL = /^(http|https|ftp):\/\/(www+\.)?[a-zA-Z0-9]+\.([a-zA-Z]{2,4})\/?/;

URL.test(“http://selvabalaji.com);                      // pass
URL.test(“http://www.selvabalaji.com”);            // pass
URL.test(“https://selvabalaji.com/”);                   // pass
URL.test(“http://selvabalaji.com/index.php”);    // pass

Stage 3

Short Form     Equivalent              Explanation

\d                      [0-9]                         Any numbers
\D                     [^0-9]                       Any non-digits
\w                     [a-zA-Z0-9_]            Characters,numbers and underscore
\W                    [^a-zA-Z0-9_]          Except any characters, numbers and underscore
\s                       –                                White space character
\S                      –                                Non white space character

 

var number = /^(\+\d{2,4})?\s?(\d{10})$/;  // validating phone number

number.test(1111111111);           //pass
number.test(+111111111111);     //pass
number.test(+11 1111111111);    //pass
number.test(11111111);               //Fail

 

Get line number of the code

July 9, 2013 2 comments
<!--?
class myTest
{
function addMyAddress($street)
{
echo "
In class function at:".__LINE__;
echo "
class function called from:";
$e = new Exception();
$trace = $e->getTrace();
echo '
';print_r($trace);
// OR print_r(debug_backtrace());
}
}
echo "
Class created at:".__LINE__; $obj = new myTest();
echo "
Function called at:".__LINE__; $obj->addMyAddress('A/13 Skyline');
?>

 

Jquery Timeago Implementation with PHP.

Nowadays timeago is the most important functionality in social networking sites, it helps to updating timestamps automatically. Recent days I received few requests from 9lessons readers that asked me how to implement timeago plugin with dynamic loading live data using PHP. In this post I am just presenting a simple tip to implement timeago in a better way.

Why Live Query
LiveQuery utilizes the power of jQuery selectors by binding events or firing callbacks for matched elements auto-magically, even after the page has been loaded and the DOM updated.

Code
Contains javascipt code. $(this).timeago()- here this element is refers to timeagoclass selector of the anchor tag.

 

// <![CDATA[
javascript” src=”js/jquery.min.js”>
// ]]>
// <![CDATA[
javascript” src=”js/jquery.livequery.js”>
// ]]>
// <![CDATA[
javascript” src=”js/jquery.timeago.js”>
// ]]>
<script type=”text/javascript”>
$(document).ready(function(){
$(“.timeago”).livequery(function() // LiveQuery
{
$(this).timeago(); // Calling Timeago Funtion
});
});
</script>

//HTML & PHP Code
<!–?php
$time=time(); // Current timestamp eg: 1371612613
$mtime=date(“c”, $time); // Converts to date formate 2013-06-19T03:30:13+00:00
?>

You opened this page <a href=’#’ class=’timeago’ title=”<!–?php echo$mtime; ?>“></a>

 

Payment System with Paypal

 

Download the sample 

I received a tutorial requests from my reader that asked to me how to implement payment gateway system with Paypal API. In this post I want to explain how to work with Paypal Sandbox test accounts for payment system development and sending arguments while click buy now button. It’s simple and very easy to integrate in your web projects.

Sample database design for Payment system. Contains there table users,products and sales.

database

Users

CREATE TABLE `users` (
`uid` int(11) AUTO_INCREMENT PRIMARY KEY,
`username` varchar(255) UNIQUE KEY,
`password` varchar(255),
`email` varchar(255) UNIQUE KEY,
)

Products

CREATE TABLE `products`
(
`pid` int(11) AUTO_INCREMENT PRIMARY KEY,
`product` varchar(255),
‘product_img` varchar(100),
`price` int(11),
`currency` varchar(10),
)

Sales

CREATE TABLE `sales`
(
`sid` int(11) AUTO_INCREMENT PRIMARY KEY,
`pid` int(11),
`uid` int(11),
`saledate` date,
`transactionid` varchar(125),
FOREIGN KEY(uid) REFERENCES users(uid),
FOREIGN KEY(pid) REFERENCES products(pid)
)
Step 1

Create a Paypal Sandbox account at https://developer.paypal.com/

testacc

Step 2

Now create test accounts for payment system. Take a look at Sandbox menu left-side top Sandbox->Test Accounts

accounts

Step 3

Here I have created two accounts Buyer (personal) and Seller(merchant/business)

paypalbanner

products.php
Contains PHP code. Displaying records from products table product image,product name and product price. Here you have to give your business(seller)$paypal_id id. Modify paypal button form return and cancel_return URLs.

accounts
<?php
session_start();
require ‘db_config.php’;
$uid=$_SESSION[‘uid’];
$username=$_SESSION[‘username’];
$paypal_url=’https://www.sandbox.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr‘; // Test Paypal API URL
$paypal_id=’your_seller_id‘; // Business email ID
?>

<body>
<h2>Welcome, <?php echo $username;?></h2>
<?php
$result = mysql_query(“SELECT * from products”);
while($row = mysql_fetch_array($result))
{
?>
<img src=”images/<?php echo $row[‘product_img’];?>” />
Name: <?php echo $row[‘product’];?>
Price: <?php echo $row[‘price’];?>$
// Paypal Button 
<form action=’<?php echo $paypal_url; ?>‘ method=’post’ name=’form<?php echo $row[‘pid’]; ?&gt;’>
<input type=’hidden’ name=’business’ value=’<?php echo $paypal_id; ?>‘>
<input type=’hidden’ name=’cmd’ value=’_xclick’>
<input type=’hidden’ name=’item_name’ value=’<?php echo$row[‘product’];?>‘>
<input type=’hidden’ name=’item_number’ value=’<?php echo$row[‘pid’];?>‘>
<input type=’hidden’ name=’amount’ value=’<?php echo $row[‘price’];?>‘>
<input type=’hidden’ name=’no_shipping’ value=’1′>
<input type=’hidden’ name=’currency_code’ value=’USD‘>
<input type=’hidden’ name=’cancel_return‘ value=’http://yoursite.com/cancel.php’>
<input type=’hidden’ name=’return‘ value=’http://yoursite.com/success.php’>
<input type=”image” src=”https://paypal.com/en_US/i/btn/btn_buynowCC_LG.gif&#8221; name=”submit”>
</form>

<?php
}
?>
</body>

success.php
Paypal payment success return file. Getting Paypal argument like item_number. Paypal data success.php?tx=270233304D340491B&st=Completed&amt=22.00&cc=USD&cm=&item_number=1

<?php
session_start();
require ‘db_config.php’;
$uid = $_SESSION[‘uid’];
$username=$_SESSION[‘username’];
$item_no = $_GET[‘item_number’];
$item_transaction = $_GET[‘tx’]; // Paypal transaction ID
$item_price = $_GET[‘amt’]; // Paypal received amount
$item_currency = $_GET[‘cc’]; // Paypal received currency type//Getting product details
$sql=mysql_query(“select product,price,currency from producst where pid=’$item_no'”);
$row=mysql_fetch_array($sql);
$price=$row[‘price’];
$currency=$row[‘currency’];//Rechecking the product price and currency details
if($item_price==$price && item_currency==$currency)
{

$result = mysql_query(“INSERT INTO sales(pid, uid, saledate,transactionid) VALUES(‘$item_no’, ‘$uid’, NOW(),’$item_transaction’)”);
if($result)
{
echo “<h1>Welcome, $username</h1>”;
echo “<h1>Payment Successful</h1>”;
}
}
else
{
echo “Payment Failed”;
}
?>

PHP Innovation Award Winner of 2012

Lately-In-PHP-Podcast

The PHP Programming Innovation Award Winner of 2012 was announced. An interview with the winner, Karl Holz from Canada, was one of the main topics of the episode 33 of the Lately in PHP podcast conducted by Manuel Lemos and Ernani Joppert.

They also discussed the usual batch of PHP topics of interest like Zend Optimizer+ source code that was released, the PHP 5.5 feature freeze and roadmap, as well an article that compares PHP to an Hobbit, as well other languages to Lord Of The Rings story characters.

Listen to the podcast, or watch the podcast video, or read the transcript to learn about these and other interesting PHP topics.

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