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mcal_event_set_category — Attach a category to an event


void mcal_event_set_category(MCALconnection, category);
int MCALconnection: An open MCAL connection
string category: The category of the event


FALSE on error, otherwise NULL


mcal_event_set_category() lets you categorize events according to whatever scheme that you like. The category parameter is a freeform string, so you can define your own list of categories or let your users come up with their own.


PHP 3 since 3.0.13, PHP 4 since 4.0b4


Example 708. Setting the category of an event

$calendar = "{/mstore}<mycalendar>";
$MCALconnection = mcal_open($calendar, "username", "password");

// Let's make this a Business event.
$category = "Business";
mcal_event_set_category($MCALconnection, $category);

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