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682 //This program, a PHP script, modifies all filenames in a directory to a canonical
683 //form (no upper-case letters or unusual characters). This program is part of a
684 //3-program suite designed to collectively create a web page directly from
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705 //
706 // If any full-sized photos are modified, any corresponding thumbnails
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710 // indexfile_make.php
711 // Scans a directory and makes an index file ("index2.php") displaying
712 // all the thumbnail images, each of which link to the corresponding
713 // full-sized image. The index file is tailored to Dave Ashley's
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1359 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1360 <?php
1361 //Defines the sections on the set of web pages and functions to operate on them.
1362 //
1363 //Format is:
1364 // a)Section level (top level is 0).
1365 // b)Section tag (Any combination of letters/numbers/underscores, no spaces, case sensitive).
1366 // c)Section title with no HTML.
1367 // d)Section title (<i>, </i>, and &mdash;, &ndash;, &nbsp;, and &quot; allowed--nothing else in addition to letters, numbers, underscores, and spaces).
1368 // e)Path, from document root, to PHP file that will display section (no leading slash).
1369 // f)Whether this page actually should ever have a link (some are just containers). 0 for no, 1 for yes.
1370 //
1371 //Sections must be in order in the array.
1372 //
1373 $GBL_SEC_sections =
1374 array
1375 (
1376 array(
1377 0,
1378 "SEC_TITLEPAGE",
1379 "Title Page",
1380 "Title Page",
1381 "/sections/title_page/index.php",
1382 1
1383 ),
1384 array(
1385 0,
1386 "SEC_INTRODUCTIONOVERVIEW",
1387 "Introduction and Overview",
1388 "Introduction and Overview",
1389 "/sections/introductionoverview/index.php",
1390 1
1391 ),
1392 array(
1393 0,
1394 "SEC_CCTHEORYASSUMPTIONS",
1395 "Card Counting Theory and Simulation Assumptions",
1396 "Card Counting Theory and Simulation Assumptions",
1397 "",
1398 1
1399 ),
1400 array(
1401 0,
1402 "SEC_GAMBRUINTHEORY",
1403 "The Theory of Gambler's Ruin",
1404 "The Theory of Gambler's Ruin",
1405 "",
1406 1
1407 ),
1408 array(
1409 0,
1410 "SEC_BJRCEVAR",
1411 "Blackjack Rule and Casino Environment Variations",
1412 "Blackjack Rule and Casino Environment Variations",
1413 "",
1414 1
1415 ),
1416 array(
1417 1,
1418 "SEC_SHOEVSCONTINUOUSSHUF",
1419 "Shoe vs. Continuous Shuffler",
1420 "Shoe vs. Continuous Shuffler",
1421 "",
1422 1
1423 ),
1424 array(
1425 1,
1426 "SEC_NDECKS",
1427 "Number of Decks in the Shoe",
1428 "Number of Decks in the Shoe",
1429 "",
1430 1
1431 ),
1432 array(
1433 1,
1434 "SEC_SHOEPENETRATION",
1435 "Shoe Penetration",
1436 "Shoe Penetration",
1437 "",
1438 1
1439 ),
1440 array(
1441 1,
1442 "SEC_S17H17",
1443 "Dealer Stands or Hits on Soft 17",
1444 "Dealer Stands or Hits on Soft 17",
1445 "",
1446 1
1447 ),
1448 array(
1449 1,
1450 "SEC_EARLYLATEASIANSURRENDER",
1451 "Early Surrender, Late Surrender, and Asian Surrender",
1452 "Early Surrender, Late Surrender, and Asian Surrender",
1453 "",
1454 1
1455 ),
1456 array(
1457 1,
1458 "SEC_BJPAYOUT",
1459 "Blackjack Payout",
1460 "Blackjack Payout",
1461 "",
1462 1
1463 ),
1464 array(
1465 1,
1466 "SEC_PEEKNOPEEK",
1467 "Peek and No Peek",
1468 "Peek and No Peek",
1469 "",
1470 1
1471 ),
1472 array(
1473 1,
1474 "SEC_SPLITSNONACEMAX",
1475 "Maximum Number of Splits for Non-Aces",
1476 "Maximum Number of Splits for Non-Aces",
1477 "",
1478 1
1479 ),
1480 array(
1481 1,
1482 "SEC_SPLITSACEMAX",
1483 "Maximum Number of Splits for Aces",
1484 "Maximum Number of Splits for Aces",
1485 "",
1486 1
1487 ),
1488 array(
1489 1,
1490 "SEC_DDRESTRICTIONS",
1491 "Ability to Double Down",
1492 "Ability to Double Down",
1493 "",
1494 1
1495 ),
1496 array(
1497 1,
1498 "SEC_DAS",
1499 "Doubling After Splitting",
1500 "Doubling After Splitting",
1501 "",
1502 1
1503 ),
1504 array(
1505 1,
1506 "SEC_INITBURNCARDOBS",
1507 "Observability of Initial Burn Card",
1508 "Observability of Initial Burn Card",
1509 "",
1510 1
1511 ),
1512 array(
1513 1,
1514 "SEC_RDC",
1515 "Rate of Dealer Change",
1516 "Rate of Dealer Change",
1517 "",
1518 1
1519 ),
1520 array(
1521 1,
1522 "SEC_DCBURNCARDOBS",
1523 "Visibility of Dealer Change Burn Card",
1524 "Visibility of Dealer Change Burn Card",
1525 "",
1526 1
1527 ),
1528 array(
1529 0,
1530 "SEC_SIDEBETS",
1531 "Side Bets",
1532 "Side Bets",
1533 "",
1534 1
1535 ),
1536 array(
1537 1,
1538 "SEC_INSURANCE",
1539 "Insurance",
1540 "Insurance",
1541 "",
1542 1
1543 ),
1544 array(
1545 1,
1546 "SEC_SBPERFECTPAIRS",
1547 "Perfect Pairs",
1548 "Perfect Pairs",
1549 "",
1550 1
1551 ),
1552 array(
1553 1,
1554 "SEC_SBMATCHTHEDEALER",
1555 "Match the Dealer",
1556 "Match the Dealer",
1557 "",
1558 1
1559 ),
1560 array(
1561 0,
1562 "SEC_GFCCBIPAS",
1563 "General Features of Card Counting, Betting, and Indexed Play as Assumed by bjcceval",
1564 "General Features of Card Counting, Betting, and Indexed Play as Assumed by <i>bjcceval</i>",
1565 "",
1566 1
1567 ),
1568 array(
1569 1,
1570 "SEC_MAXTWOIC",
1571 "Maximum of Two Integer Counts",
1572 "Maximum of Two Integer Counts",
1573 "",
1574 1
1575 ),
1576 array(
1577 1,
1578 "SEC_RCTCEA",
1579 "Running Count, True Count, and Excess Aces",
1580 "Running Count, True Count, and Excess Aces",
1581 "",
1582 1
1583 ),
1584 array(
1585 1,
1586 "SEC_BETTINGSTRATEGY",
1587 "Betting Strategy",
1588 "Betting Strategy",
1589 "",
1590 1
1591 ),
1592 array(
1593 1,
1594 "SEC_INDEXEDPLAY",
1595 "Indexed Play",
1596 "Indexed Play",
1597 "",
1598 1
1599 ),
1600 array(
1601 0,
1602 "SEC_PUBCCBETTIPSTR",
1603 "Published Card Counting, Betting, and Indexed Play Strategies",
1604 "Published Card Counting, Betting, and Indexed Play Strategies",
1605 "",
1606 1
1607 ),
1608 array(
1609 1,
1610 "SEC_HILO",
1611 "Hi-Lo",
1612 "Hi-Lo",
1613 "",
1614 1
1615 ),
1616 array(
1617 1,
1618 "SEC_KO",
1619 "KO",
1620 "KO",
1621 "",
1622 1
1623 ),
1624 array(
1625 1,
1626 "SEC_OMEGAII",
1627 "Omega-II",
1628 "Omega-II",
1629 "",
1630 1
1631 ),
1632 array(
1633 0,
1634 "SEC_USINGBJCCEVAL",
1635 "Using the bjcceval Program",
1636 "Using the <i>bjcceval</i> Program",
1637 "",
1638 1
1639 ),
1640 array(
1641 1,
1642 "SEC_OVERVIEWBJCCEVAL",
1643 "Overview of How the Program Operates",
1644 "Overview of How the Program Operates",
1645 "",
1646 1
1647 ),
1648 array(
1649 1,
1650 "SEC_HWSWREQ",
1651 "Computer Hardware and Software Requirements",
1652 "Computer Hardware and Software Requirements",
1653 "",
1654 1
1655 ),
1656 array(
1657 1,
1658 "SEC_INVOKING",
1659 "Invoking the Program",
1660 "Invoking the Program",
1661 "",
1662 1
1663 ),
1664 array(
1665 1,
1666 "SEC_COMMANDLINEARGUMENTS",
1667 "Command-Line Arguments",
1668 "Command-Line Arguments",
1669 "/sections/bjcceval_cl_args/index.php",
1670 1
1671 ),
1672 array(
1673 1,
1674 "SEC_OUTPUTFILES",
1675 "Output Files",
1676 "Output Files",
1677 "",
1678 1
1679 ),
1680 array(
1681 1,
1682 "SEC_STRATEGYFILEFORMAT",
1683 "Format of a Strategy File",
1684 "Format of a Strategy File",
1685 "",
1686 1
1687 ),
1688 array(
1689 0,
1690 "SEC_MODIFYINGBJCCEVAL",
1691 "Modifying the bjcceval Program",
1692 "Modifying the <i>bjcceval</i> Program",
1693 "",
1694 1
1695 ),
1696 array(
1697 1,
1698 "SEC_BUILDINGBJCCEVAL",
1699 "Building bjcceval",
1700 "Building <i>bjcceval</i>",
1701 "",
1702 1
1703 ),
1704 array(
1705 1,
1706 "SEC_MODPRNG",
1707 "Modifying the Pseudo-Random Number Generator",
1708 "Modifying the Pseudo-Random Number Generator",
1709 "",
1710 1
1711 ),
1712 array(
1713 1,
1714 "SEC_ADDCOMMANDLINEPARS",
1715 "Adding Command-Line Parameters",
1716 "Adding Command-Line Parameters",
1717 "",
1718 1
1719 ),
1720 array(
1721 0,
1722 "SEC_RESULTSBJCCEVAL",
1723 "Selected Results From the bjcceval Program",
1724 "Selected Results From the <i>bjcceval</i> Program",
1725 "",
1726 1
1727 ),
1728 array(
1729 1,
1730 "SEC_EFFECTRULCASVAR",
1731 "Effect of Rule and Casino Environment Variations",
1732 "Effect of Rule and Casino Environment Variations",
1733 "",
1734 1
1735 ),
1736 array(
1737 2,
1738 "SEC_CANONICALGAME",
1739 "Canonical Game for Compiling Results",
1740 "Canonical Game for Compiling Results",
1741 "",
1742 1
1743 ),
1744 array(
1745 2,
1746 "SEC_EFFECTNPLAYERS",
1747 "Effect of Number of Players",
1748 "Effect of Number of Players",
1749 "",
1750 1
1751 ),
1752 array(
1753 2,
1754 "SEC_EFFECTSEATINGPOS",
1755 "Effect of Seating Position",
1756 "Effect of Seating Position",
1757 "",
1758 1
1759 ),
1760 array(2,
1761 "SEC_INITBURNCARDUNOBS",
1762 "Effect of Unobserved Burn Card at the Start of Each Shoe",
1763 "Effect of Unobserved Burn Card at the Start of Each Shoe",
1764 "",
1765 1
1766 ),
1767 array(
1768 2,
1769 "SEC_DCBURNCARDUNOBS",
1770 "Effect of Unobserved Burn Card on Change of Dealers",
1771 "Effect of Unobserved Burn Card on Change of Dealers",
1772 "",
1773 1
1774 ),
1775 array(
1776 2,
1777 "SEC_EFFECTNDECKS",
1778 "Effect of Number of Decks",
1779 "Effect of Number of Decks",
1780 "",
1781 1
1782 ),
1783 array(
1784 2,
1785 "SEC_EFFECTPENETRATION",
1786 "Effect of Shoe Penetration",
1787 "Effect of Shoe Penetration",
1788 "",
1789 1
1790 ),
1791 array(
1792 2,
1793 "SEC_EFFECTDECKESTACCURACY",
1794 "Effect of Decks Remaining Estimation Accuracy",
1795 "Effect of Decks Remaining Estimation Accuracy",
1796 "",
1797 1
1798 ),
1799 array(
1800 2,
1801 "SEC_EFFECTS17H17",
1802 "Effect of S17 vs. H17",
1803 "Effect of S17 vs. H17",
1804 "",
1805 1
1806 ),
1807 array(
1808 2,
1809 "SEC_EFFRESTDD",
1810 "Effect of Restrictions on Doubling Down",
1811 "Effect of Restrictions on Doubling Down",
1812 "",
1813 1
1814 ),
1815 array(
1816 2,
1817 "SEC_EFFNONACESPLITN",
1818 "Effect of Number of Non-Ace Splits Allowed",
1819 "Effect of Number of Non-Ace Splits Allowed",
1820 "",
1821 1
1822 ),
1823 array(
1824 2,
1825 "SEC_EFFACESPLITN",
1826 "Effect of Number of Ace Splits Allowed",
1827 "Effect of Number of Ace Splits Allowed",
1828 "",
1829 1
1830 ),
1831 array(
1832 2,
1833 "SEC_EFFDASALLOW",
1834 "Effect of Doubling After Splitting",
1835 "Effect of Doubling After Splitting",
1836 "",
1837 1
1838 ),
1839 array(
1840 2,
1841 "SEC_BCAFODR",
1842 "Betting Correlation as a Function of Decks Remaining",
1843 "Betting Correlation as a Function of Decks Remaining",
1844 "",
1845 1
1846 ),
1847 array(
1848 2,
1849 "SEC_PCAFODR",
1850 "Playing Correlation as a Function of Decks Remaining",
1851 "Playing Correlation as a Function of Decks Remaining",
1852 "",
1853 1
1854 ),
1855 array(
1856 2,
1857 "SEC_MIIP",
1858 "Most Important Indexed Plays",
1859 "Most Important Indexed Plays",
1860 "",
1861 1
1862 ),
1863 array(
1864 2,
1865 "SEC_REBVIP",
1866 "Relative Effectiveness of Betting Variation vs. Indexed Play",
1867 "Relative Effectiveness of Betting Variation vs. Indexed Play",
1868 "",
1869 1
1870 ),
1871 array(
1872 2,
1873 "SEC_EFFECTPPSIDEBET",
1874 "Effect of Perfect Pair Side Bet",
1875 "Effect of Perfect Pair Side Bet",
1876 "",
1877 1
1878 ),
1879 array(
1880 2,
1881 "SEC_MTDSIDEBET",
1882 "Effect of Match the Dealer Side Bet",
1883 "Effect of Match the Dealer Side Bet",
1884 "",
1885 1
1886 ),
1887 array(
1888 1,
1889 "SEC_STRATEGYSELGAMES",
1890 "Strategy for Selected Games",
1891 "Strategy for Selected Games",
1892 "",
1893 1
1894 ),
1895 array(
1896 2,
1897 "SEC_OUTPUT8DH17NASP4ASP2HL101LINEAR",
1898 "8 Deck, H17, NASP4, ASP2, Hi-Lo, 10:1 Linear Bet Spread",
1899 "8 Deck, H17, NASP4, ASP2, Hi-Lo, 10:1 Linear Bet Spread",
1900 "",
1901 1
1902 ),
1903 array(
1904 2,
1905 "SEC_OUTPUT8DH17NASP4ASP2HL101BIPOLAR",
1906 "8 Deck, H17, NASP4, ASP2, Hi-Lo, 10:1 Bipolar Bet Spread",
1907 "8 Deck, H17, NASP4, ASP2, Hi-Lo, 10:1 Bipolar Bet Spread",
1908 "",
1909 1
1910 ),
1911 array(
1912 2,
1913 "SEC_OUTPUT8DH17NASP4ASP2KO101LINEAR",
1914 "8 Deck, H17, NASP4, ASP2, KO, 10:1 Linear Bet Spread",
1915 "8 Deck, H17, NASP4, ASP2, KO, 10:1 Linear Bet Spread",
1916 "",
1917 1
1918 ),
1919 array(
1920 2,
1921 "SEC_OUTPUT8DH17NASP4ASP2KO101BIPOLAR",
1922 "8 Deck, H17, NASP4, ASP2, KO, 10:1 Bipolar Bet Spread",
1923 "8 Deck, H17, NASP4, ASP2, KO, 10:1 Bipolar Bet Spread",
1924 "",
1925 1
1926 ),
1927 array(
1928 2,
1929 "SEC_OUTPUT8DH17NASP4ASP2O2101LINEAR",
1930 "8 Deck, H17, NASP4, ASP2, Omega-II, 10:1 Linear Bet Spread",
1931 "8 Deck, H17, NASP4, ASP2, Omega-II, 10:1 Linear Bet Spread",
1932 "",
1933 1
1934 ),
1935 array(
1936 2,
1937 "SEC_OUTPUT8DH17NASP4ASP2O2101BIPOLAR",
1938 "8 Deck, H17, NASP4, ASP2, Omega-II, 10:1 Bipolar Bet Spread",
1939 "8 Deck, H17, NASP4, ASP2, Omega-II, 10:1 Bipolar Bet Spread",
1940 "",
1941 1
1942 ),
1943 array(
1944 0,
1945 "SEC_STRATEGYCARDIPUSECASINO",
1946 "Strategy Cards Including Indexed Play that Can Be Used in a Casino",
1947 "Strategy Cards Including Indexed Play that Can Be Used in a Casino",
1948 "",
1949 1
1950 ),
1951 array(
1952 1,
1953 "SEC_NECESSITYCAMOUFLAGEDINFO",
1954 "The Necessity of Camouflaged Information",
1955 "The Necessity of Camouflaged Information",
1956 "",
1957 1
1958 ),
1959 array(
1960 1,
1961 "SEC_REFCARDCAMOUFLAGEIDEAS",
1962 "Camouflage Ideas",
1963 "Camouflage Ideas",
1964 "",
1965 1
1966 ),
1967 array(
1968 1,
1969 "SEC_DOWNLOADABLEREFCARDARTWORK",
1970 "Downloadable Artwork",
1971 "Downloadable Artwork",
1972 "",
1973 1
1974 ),
1975 array(
1976 1,
1977 "SEC_STRATEGYCARDSPURCHASE",
1978 "Strategy Cards Available for Purchase",
1979 "Strategy Cards Available for Purchase",
1980 "",
1981 1
1982 ),
1983 array(
1984 0,
1985 "SEC_GLOSSARYOFTERMS",
1986 "Glossary of Terms",
1987 "Glossary of Terms",
1988 "",
1989 1
1990 ),
1991 array(
1992 0,
1993 "SEC_GLOSSARYOFVARIABLES",
1994 "Glossary of Variables",
1995 "Glossary of Variables",
1996 "",
1997 1
1998 ),
1999 array(
2000 0,
2001 "SEC_REFERENCES",
2002 "References",
2003 "References",
2004 "/sections/references/index.php",
2005 1
2006 )
2007 );
2008
2009
2010 //Displays effectively the table of contents.
2011 function GBL_SEC_toc_enum()
2012 {
2013 global $GBL_SEC_sections;
2014
2015 $cur_lvl = 0;
2016
2017 echo "<ul>\n";
2018
2019 for ($i=0; $i<count($GBL_SEC_sections); $i++)
2020 {
2021 $elem = $GBL_SEC_sections[$i];
2022
2023 while($cur_lvl > $elem[0])
2024 {
2025 $cur_lvl--;
2026
2027 for ($j=0; $j<(($cur_lvl+2)*3); $j++)
2028 echo " ";
2029 echo "</ul>\n";
2030
2031 for ($j=0; $j<(($cur_lvl+2)*3); $j++)
2032 echo " ";
2033 echo "</li>\n";
2034 }
2035
2036 while($cur_lvl < $elem[0])
2037 {
2038 for ($j=0; $j<(($cur_lvl+2)*3); $j++)
2039 echo " ";
2040 echo "<ul>\n";
2041 $cur_lvl++;
2042 }
2043
2044 for ($j=0; $j<(($cur_lvl+2)*3); $j++)
2045 echo " ";
2046
2047 if (!$elem[5])
2048 {
2049 //This target should not have a link at all.
2050 echo "<li>";
2051 echo $elem[3];
2052 }
2053 else if ($elem[4] === "")
2054 {
2055 //The target is under construction. Link to the under construction page.
2056 //We have to pass down the section so the navigation works correctly.
2057 echo "<li><a href=\"/sections/under_construction/index.php?section=";
2058 echo $elem[1];
2059 echo "\">";
2060 echo $elem[3];
2061 echo " (Under Construction)";
2062 echo "</a>";
2063 }
2064 else
2065 {
2066 //The target is live.
2067 echo "<li><a href=\"";
2068 echo $elem[4];
2069 echo "\">";
2070 echo $elem[3];
2071 echo "</a>";
2072 }
2073
2074 if (($i<(count($GBL_SEC_sections)-1)) && ($GBL_SEC_sections[$i+1][0] > $elem[0]))
2075 {
2076 //Increasing indent, no "</li>" yet.
2077 echo "\n";
2078 }
2079 else
2080 {
2081 echo "</li>\n";
2082 }
2083 }
2084
2085 echo "</ul>\n";
2086 }
2087
2088
2089 //Returns the index in the sections table as a function of the
2090 //tag, or FALSE if not found.
2091 //
2092 function GBL_SEC_sectionlist_get_index_from_tag($tag_in)
2093 {
2094 global $GBL_SEC_sections;
2095
2096 for ($i=0; $i<count($GBL_SEC_sections); $i++)
2097 {
2098 if ($tag_in === $GBL_SEC_sections[$i][1])
2099 return($i);
2100 }
2101
2102 return(FALSE);
2103 }
2104
2105
2106 //Returns the plain title as a function of the index.
2107 //
2108 function GBL_SEC_sectionlist_get_plain_title_from_index($index_in)
2109 {
2110 global $GBL_SEC_sections;
2111
2112 if ($index_in >= count($GBL_SEC_sections))
2113 {
2114 return(FALSE);
2115 }
2116 else
2117 {
2118 return($GBL_SEC_sections[$index_in][2]);
2119 }
2120 }
2121
2122
2123 //Returns the HTML rich title as a function of the index.
2124 //
2125 function GBL_SEC_sectionlist_get_html_rich_title_from_index($index_in)
2126 {
2127 global $GBL_SEC_sections;
2128
2129 if ($index_in >= count($GBL_SEC_sections))
2130 {
2131 return(FALSE);
2132 }
2133 else
2134 {
2135 return($GBL_SEC_sections[$index_in][3]);
2136 }
2137 }
2138
2139 //Returns the empty string if the page is not under construction or
2140 //" (Under Construction)" if it is.
2141 //
2142 function GBL_SEC_uc_string($index_in)
2143 {
2144 global $GBL_SEC_sections;
2145
2146 if (!is_int($index_in))
2147 {
2148 return("");
2149 }
2150 else if ($index_in >= count($GBL_SEC_sections))
2151 {
2152 return("");
2153 }
2154 else if (($GBL_SEC_sections[$index_in][5]) && ($GBL_SEC_sections[$index_in][4] === ""))
2155 {
2156 return(" (Under Construction)");
2157 }
2158 else
2159 {
2160 return("");
2161 }
2162 }
2163
2164
2165 //Does the standard navigation panel as a function of the
2166 //index.
2167 //
2168 function GBL_SEC_nav_panel_standard($index_in)
2169 {
2170 global $GBL_SEC_sections;
2171
2172 echo "<table align=\"center\" width=\"100%\">\n";
2173
2174 //Row containing navigation arrows.
2175 echo " <tr>\n";
2176
2177 //Left navigation arrow.
2178 echo " <td align=\"left\">\n";
2179 if ((is_int($index_in)) && ($index_in >=1) && ($index_in < count($GBL_SEC_sections)))
2180 {
2181 echo " ";
2182 echo "<a href=\"";
2183 if ($GBL_SEC_sections[$index_in-1][4] === "")
2184 {
2185 //Under construction.
2186 echo "/sections/under_construction/index.php?section=";
2187 echo $GBL_SEC_sections[$index_in-1][1];
2188 echo "\">";
2189 echo "<img src=\"/graphics/arrow_thumb_w.png\">";
2190 echo "</a>\n";
2191 }
2192 else
2193 {
2194 //Live.
2195 echo $GBL_SEC_sections[$index_in-1][4];
2196 echo "\">";
2197 echo "<img src=\"/graphics/arrow_thumb_w.png\">&nbsp;";
2198 echo "</a>\n";
2199 }
2200 }
2201
2202 //End of cell containing left navigation arrow.
2203 echo " </td>\n";
2204
2205 //Up navigation arrow.
2206 echo " <td align=\"center\">\n";
2207 if ((is_int($index_in)) && ($index_in >=1) && ($index_in < count($GBL_SEC_sections)))
2208 {
2209 echo " ";
2210 echo "<a href=\"";
2211 if ($GBL_SEC_sections[$index_in-1][4] === "")
2212 {
2213 //Under construction.
2214 echo "/sections/under_construction/index.php?section=";
2215 echo $GBL_SEC_sections[$index_in-1][1];
2216 echo "\">";
2217 echo "<img src=\"/graphics/arrow_thumb_n.png\">";
2218 echo "</a>\n";
2219 }
2220 else
2221 {
2222 //Live.
2223 echo $GBL_SEC_sections[$index_in-1][4];
2224 echo "\">";
2225 echo "<img src=\"/graphics/arrow_thumb_n.png\">&nbsp;";
2226 echo "</a>\n";
2227 }
2228 }
2229
2230 //End of cell containing left navigation arrow.
2231 echo " </td>\n";
2232
2233 //Next.
2234 echo " <td align=\"right\">\n";
2235 if ((is_int($index_in)) && ($index_in >=1) && ($index_in < count($GBL_SEC_sections)))
2236 {
2237 echo " ";
2238 echo "<a href=\"";
2239 if ($GBL_SEC_sections[$index_in-1][4] === "")
2240 {
2241 //Under construction.
2242 echo "/sections/under_construction/index.php?section=";
2243 echo $GBL_SEC_sections[$index_in-1][1];
2244 echo "\">";
2245 echo "<img src=\"/graphics/arrow_thumb_e.png\">";
2246 echo "</a>\n";
2247 }
2248 else
2249 {
2250 //Live.
2251 echo $GBL_SEC_sections[$index_in-1][4];
2252 echo "\">";
2253 echo "<img src=\"/graphics/arrow_thumb_e.png\">&nbsp;";
2254 echo "</a>\n";
2255 }
2256 }
2257
2258 //End of cell containing left navigation arrow.
2259 echo " </td>\n";
2260
2261 //End of table row containing arrows.
2262 echo " </tr>\n";
2263
2264 //Table row containing textual descriptions.
2265 echo " <tr>\n";
2266
2267 //First panel is left, if that exists.
2268 echo " <td align=\"left\">\n";
2269 if ((is_int($index_in)) && ($index_in >=1) && ($index_in < count($GBL_SEC_sections)))
2270 {
2271 echo " ";
2272 echo "<a href=\"";
2273 if ($GBL_SEC_sections[$index_in-1][4] === "")
2274 {
2275 //Under construction.
2276 echo "/sections/under_construction/index.php?section=";
2277 echo $GBL_SEC_sections[$index_in-1][1];
2278 echo "\">";
2279 echo $GBL_SEC_sections[$index_in-1][3];
2280 echo " (Under Construction)";
2281 echo "</a>\n";
2282 }
2283 else
2284 {
2285 //Live.
2286 echo $GBL_SEC_sections[$index_in-1][4];
2287 echo "\">";
2288 echo $GBL_SEC_sections[$index_in-1][3];
2289 echo "</a>\n";
2290 }
2291 }
2292
2293 //End of table cell containing left description.
2294 echo " </td>\n";
2295
2296 //First panel is left, if that exists.
2297 echo " <td align=\"center\">\n";
2298 if ((is_int($index_in)) && ($index_in >=1) && ($index_in < count($GBL_SEC_sections)))
2299 {
2300 echo " ";
2301 echo "<a href=\"";
2302 if ($GBL_SEC_sections[$index_in-1][4] === "")
2303 {
2304 //Under construction.
2305 echo "/sections/under_construction/index.php?section=";
2306 echo $GBL_SEC_sections[$index_in-1][1];
2307 echo "\">";
2308 echo $GBL_SEC_sections[$index_in-1][3];
2309 echo " (Under Construction)";
2310 echo "</a>\n";
2311 }
2312 else
2313 {
2314 //Live.
2315 echo $GBL_SEC_sections[$index_in-1][4];
2316 echo "\">";
2317 echo $GBL_SEC_sections[$index_in-1][3];
2318 echo "</a>\n";
2319 }
2320 }
2321
2322 //End of table cell containing left description.
2323 echo " </td>\n";
2324
2325 //First panel is left, if that exists.
2326 echo " <td align=\"right\">\n";
2327 if ((is_int($index_in)) && ($index_in >=1) && ($index_in < count($GBL_SEC_sections)))
2328 {
2329 echo " ";
2330 echo "<a href=\"";
2331 if ($GBL_SEC_sections[$index_in-1][4] === "")
2332 {
2333 //Under construction.
2334 echo "/sections/under_construction/index.php?section=";
2335 echo $GBL_SEC_sections[$index_in-1][1];
2336 echo "\">";
2337 echo $GBL_SEC_sections[$index_in-1][3];
2338 echo " (Under Construction)";
2339 echo "</a>\n";
2340 }
2341 else
2342 {
2343 //Live.
2344 echo $GBL_SEC_sections[$index_in-1][4];
2345 echo "\">";
2346 echo $GBL_SEC_sections[$index_in-1][3];
2347 echo "</a>\n";
2348 }
2349 }
2350
2351 //End of table cell containing left description.
2352 echo " </td>\n";
2353
2354 //End of table row containing descriptions.
2355 echo " </tr>\n";
2356
2357 //End of table.
2358 echo "</table>\n";
2359 }
2360
2361
2362 //Given an integer index (presumably corresponding to the current section),
2363 //provides:
2364 // a)The index corresponding to the previous section, or FALSE if this is an invalid concept.
2365 // b)TRUE if the previous section is under construction, or FALSE otherwise.
2366 // c)The link corresponding to the previous section, or FALSE if this is an invalid concept.
2367 // d)The plain text title of the previous section, or FALSE if this is an invalid concept.
2368 // e)The rich text title of the previous section, or FALSE if this is an invalid concept.
2369 // f)The index corresponding to the parent section, or FALSE if this is an invalid concept.
2370 // g)TRUE if the parent section is under construction, or FALSE otherwise.
2371 // h)The link corresponding to the parent section, or FALSE if this is an invalid concept.
2372 // i)The plain text title of the parent section, or FALSE if this is an invalid concept.
2373 // j)The rich text title of the parent section, or FALSE if this is an invalid concept.
2374 // k)The index corresponding to the next section, or FALSE if this is an invalid concept.
2375 // l)TRUE if the next section is under construction, or FALSE otherwise.
2376 // m)The link corresponding to the next section, or FALSE if this is an invalid concept.
2377 // n)The plain text title of the next section, or FALSE if this is an invalid concept.
2378 // o)The rich text title of the next section, or FALSE if this is an invalid concept.
2379 //
2380 function GBL_SEC_get_nav_info_by_index( $index_in,
2381 &$prev_idx_out,
2382 &$prev_is_uc_out,
2383 &$prev_link_out,
2384 &$prev_plain_title_out,
2385 &$prev_rich_title_out,
2386 &$up_idx_out,
2387 &$up_is_uc_out,
2388 &$up_link_out,
2389 &$up_plain_title_out,
2390 &$up_rich_title_out,
2391 &$next_idx_out,
2392 &$next_is_uc_out,
2393 &$next_link_out,
2394 &$next_plain_title_out,
2395 &$next_rich_title_out)
2396 {
2397 global $GBL_SEC_sections;
2398
2399 //Assign all outputs false, to simplify error and exception returns.
2400 $prev_idx_out = FALSE;
2401 $prev_is_uc_out = FALSE;
2402 $prev_link_out = FALSE;
2403 $prev_plain_title_out = FALSE;
2404 $prev_rich_title_out = FALSE;
2405 $up_idx_out = FALSE;
2406 $up_is_uc_out = FALSE;
2407 $up_link_out = FALSE;
2408 $up_plain_title_out = FALSE;
2409 $up_rich_title_out = FALSE;
2410 $next_idx_out = FALSE;
2411 $next_is_uc_out = FALSE;
2412 $next_link_out = FALSE;
2413 $next_plain_title_out = FALSE;
2414 $next_rich_title_out = FALSE;
2415
2416 //If the index is not integer or it is out of range, must return all FALSE.
2417 if ((!is_int($index_in)) || ($index_in < 0) || ($index_in >= count($GBL_SEC_sections)))
2418 return;
2419
2420 //Calculate the previous index. This is the previous page that in fact is intended
2421 //to be a navigable link.
2422 $i = $index_in;
2423 while ($i > 0)
2424 {
2425 $i--;
2426 if ($GBL_SEC_sections[$i][5])
2427 {
2428 $prev_idx_out = $i;
2429 break;
2430 }
2431 }
2432
2433 //Calculate the next index. This is the next page that is in fact intended to be
2434 //a navigable link.
2435 $i = $index_in;
2436 while ($i < (count($GBL_SEC_sections)-1))
2437 {
2438 $i++;
2439 if ($GBL_SEC_sections[$i][5])
2440 {
2441 $next_idx_out = $i;
2442 break;
2443 }
2444 }
2445
2446 //Calculate the "up" index. This is the first previous section with a lower
2447 //indent level, if that exists.
2448 $i = $index_in;
2449 $current_indent_level = $GBL_SEC_sections[$i][0];
2450 while ($i > 0)
2451 {
2452 $i--;
2453 if ((! $GBL_SEC_sections[$i][5]) && ($GBL_SEC_sections[$i][0] < $current_indent_level))
2454 {
2455 //We hit a logical parent, but it isn't a link. We need to keep going up further.
2456 //By resetting the indent level, we ascend yet further.
2457 $current_indent_level = $GBL_SEC_sections[$i][0];
2458 }
2459 else if (($GBL_SEC_sections[$i][5]) && ($GBL_SEC_sections[$i][0] < $current_indent_level))
2460 {
2461 //Found something fitting.
2462 $up_idx_out = $i;
2463 break;
2464 }
2465 }
2466
2467 //Form the "prev" link.
2468 if ($prev_idx_out !== FALSE)
2469 {
2470 if ($GBL_SEC_sections[$prev_idx_out][4] != "")
2471 {
2472 //Link is live.
2473 $prev_link_out = $GBL_SEC_sections[$prev_idx_out][4];
2474 }
2475 else
2476 {
2477 //Link is under construction.
2478 $prev_link_out = "/sections/under_construction/index.php?section=" . $GBL_SEC_sections[$prev_idx_out][1];
2479 $prev_is_uc_out = TRUE;
2480 }
2481 }
2482
2483 //Form the "up" link.
2484 if ($up_idx_out !== FALSE)
2485 {
2486 if ($GBL_SEC_sections[$up_idx_out][4] != "")
2487 {
2488 //Link is live.
2489 $up_link_out = $GBL_SEC_sections[$up_idx_out][4];
2490 }
2491 else
2492 {
2493 //Link is under construction.
2494 $up_link_out = "/sections/under_construction/index.php?section=" . $GBL_SEC_sections[$up_idx_out][1];
2495 $up_is_uc_out = TRUE;
2496 }
2497 }
2498
2499 //Form the "next" link.
2500 if ($next_idx_out !== FALSE)
2501 {
2502 if ($GBL_SEC_sections[$next_idx_out][4] != "")
2503 {
2504 //Link is live.
2505 $next_link_out = $GBL_SEC_sections[$next_idx_out][4];
2506 }
2507 else
2508 {
2509 //Link is under construction.
2510 $next_link_out = "/sections/under_construction/index.php?section=" . $GBL_SEC_sections[$next_idx_out][1];
2511 $next_is_uc_out = TRUE;
2512 }
2513 }
2514
2515 //Form the "previous" plain and rich titles.
2516 if ($prev_idx_out !== FALSE)
2517 {
2518 $prev_plain_title_out = $GBL_SEC_sections[$prev_idx_out][2];
2519 $prev_rich_title_out = $GBL_SEC_sections[$prev_idx_out][3];
2520 }
2521
2522 //Form the "up" plain and rich titles.
2523 if ($up_idx_out !== FALSE)
2524 {
2525 $up_plain_title_out = $GBL_SEC_sections[$up_idx_out][2];
2526 $up_rich_title_out = $GBL_SEC_sections[$up_idx_out][3];
2527 }
2528
2529 //Form the "next" plain and rich titles.
2530 if ($next_idx_out !== FALSE)
2531 {
2532 $next_plain_title_out = $GBL_SEC_sections[$next_idx_out][2];
2533 $next_rich_title_out = $GBL_SEC_sections[$next_idx_out][3];
2534 }
2535 }
2536 ?>

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