You can put this :
SELECT users.name AS name, user_logins.ip AS ip,
UNIX_TIMESTAMP(user_logins.time) AS time FROM users, user_logins WHERE
user_logins.user_id = users.id ORDER BY time ASC GROUP BY users.name

See the GROUP BY statement at mysql docs.

Mario H.C.T.


Jordan Elver wrote:

> Hi,
> I've got a table like:
>
> id      user_id         ip              time
> 1       2               127.0.0.1       20010316105018
>
> Etc, etc.
>
> I do a join on the this table and the users table to get the coresponding
> username to user_id like this:
>
> SELECT users.name AS name, user_logins.ip AS ip,
> UNIX_TIMESTAMP(user_logins.time) AS time FROM users, user_logins WHERE
> user_logins.user_id = users.id ORDER BY time ASC
>
> How can I display the results grouped by username?
>
> So, I want to be able to display:
>
> Logins for John
>
> Thursday 10th
> Friday 12th
> Monday 23rd
>
> Logins for Bob
>
> Monday 1st
> Tuesday 2nd
> Saturday 31st
>
> Thanks for any help,
>
> Jord
>
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