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When you first installed XAMPP, it only created the username for it to be accessed, you now have to add a password to it by yourself. For this, you have to go to User account where the user is the same as the one shown in this picture: Now click Edit privileges and go to Change Admin password, type your password there and save it. Remember this password as it will be used to connect to your Database. Note: It is not necessary to change password to access databases on local host. It is a good practice and that is why we have used a password.
It usually is done every time a new language or region needs support and is updated when new interface pieces are added, as they need to be available in all supported languages.
Pluralization defines the rules required between distinct languages to interoperate strings containing numbers and counters. For instance, in English when you have only one item, it is singular, and anything different from that is called plural; plural in this language is indicated by adding an S after some words, and sometimes changes parts of it.
In other languages, such as Russian or Serbian, there are two plural forms in addition to the singular - you may even find languages with a total of four, five or six forms, such as Slovenian, Irish or Arabic. This way is, however, hardly recommended for serious projects, as it poses some maintenance issues along the road - some might appear in the very beginning, such as pluralization. The most classic way and often taken as reference for i18n and l10n is a Unix tool called gettext.
It dates back to and is still a complete implementation for translating software.
It is easy enough to get running, while still sporting powerful supporting tools. It is about Gettext we will be talking here.
Also, to help you not get messy over the command-line, we will be presenting a great GUI application that can be used to easily update your l10n source Other tools There are common libraries used that support Gettext and other implementations of i18n.
Some of them may seem easier to install or sport additional features or i18n file formats.
It uses array formats for message. Does not provide a message extractor, but does provide advanced message formatting via the intl extension including pluralized messages.
It also includes view helpers, and locale-aware input filters and validators. However, it has no message extractor. Other frameworks also include i18n modules, but those are not available outside of their codebases: Laravel supports basic array files, has no automatic extractor but includes a lang helper for template files.
Yii supports array, Gettext, and database-based translation, and includes a messages extractor. It is backed by the Intl extension, available since PHP 5. If you decide to go for one of the libraries that provide no extractors, you may want to use the gettext formats, so you can use the original gettext toolchain including Poedit as described in the rest of the chapter.
Gettext Installation You might need to install Gettext and the related PHP library by using your package manager, like apt-get or yum. Here we will also be using Poedit to create translation files.
Structure Types of files There are three files you usually deal with while working with gettext. Domains There are some cases, in big projects, where you might need to separate translations when the same words convey different meaning given a context. Now it's time to write the script to download those files.
These were not needed for uploading the files but is needed for downloading the files from the database. The download page list the file names stored in database. The names are printed as a url. The url would look like download.
To see a working example click here.
I saved several images in my database, you can try downloading them. We can use this id to identify which files to get from the database.
They are : 1. Some browser need it to be able to download the file properly.
Anyway it's a good manner telling how big the file is. That way anyone who download the file can predict how long the download will take. If you don't send this header the browser will try to save the file using the script's name download.
After sending the file the script stops executing by calling exit.
As for the error message above it happens because i "accidentally" add one space right after the PHP closing tag?
So if you see this error message when you're sending a header just make sure you don't have any data sent before calling header. Check the file mentioned in the error message and go to the line number specified Recent Comments By: eclehn Posted on AM Razorgum You have an exit statement before the code that downloads the file.
I'm still new to PHP, but that might be the problem.