I need some help selecting the last row in my database, and then moving
backwards.. I can't just get mysql_num_rows and go back by 1, as some of the
records are missing.. the ID field might have #'s like 1950, 1948, 1947,
1944, etc, and I don't want it to break by mistakingly trying to grab 1949.
Can someone provide some help or a link to where in the manual what I'm
doing might be explained?  Been searching, no luck yet.  Thanks!

Chad Day
Beach Associates

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