C++ Send data to client/server

php

#1

Hi. I use c ++ to load a text file into an array. (Row / column). My array looks like this:

“myarray[rowindex][columnindex]”

I intend to send this data to client / server. I wonder how should I send this data so that I can then create a function in php on the client page that converts the package into an associative array in php.

I thought I might be able to send everything from c++ in json and then convert it with php on client, this would be simple to manage, but I’m not sure if this gives a std object in php? I want a default associative array (named index) when everything has been handled.

Any ideas?


#3

ask the PHP Manual: http://php.net/json-decode


#4

I always figured that the whole point of json-encode (which I haven’t used extensively) was that it converts the source into something that can easily be sent via HTTP, and the corresponding json-decode will revert it to the original format, so if you send a 2-d array into it, you’ll get a 2-d array out of it.

Wouldn’t it be easiest to just try it and see what arrives in the PHP code?

PHP code runs on the server, not on the client.


#5

Of course, but when your server connects to, for example, a sql server, then your server becomes the client in this scenario (requesting from another server / application) In this case, php has no trouble handling the data that comes from this exchange back to the client(your server)