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> I updated php to version 4.0.5 and MySQL to version 2.32.39, had errors on
> lines like this:
> $rows = mysql_num_rows($result);
> and noticed that this is a solution:
> $rows = @mysql_num_rows($result);
> Is this a new use of the function mysql_num_rows?
The only thing that the "@" does is to supress errors.
What's your code and the error(s) you're getting? mysql_num_rows still
has identical syntax as it did in PHP3.
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