> How can I refer to one specific row in this query..?
> What I mean is, how can i refer to result row number 4...?
> If I only selected rows from one table I could do something like this:
> $i = mysql_fetch_array($sql) ;
> echo "$i[4]" ;

Actually, no.  mysql_fetch_array return the _current row_ from the query
(use this function in a loop to process each row of the resulting data).
$i[4] in your case is the fourth field in the current row.

If you really don't want to process the rows in order, look at the
documentation for mysql_data_seek; it can be used to jump around the result

- Darryl

  Darryl Friesen, B.Sc., Programmer/Analyst    [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  Education & Research Technology Services,     http://gollum.usask.ca/
  Department of Computing Services,
  University of Saskatchewan
  "Go not to the Elves for counsel, for they will say both no and yes"

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