I think Hugh nailed the problem, but when a script throws errors it's often 
helpful to save it with a .phps extension and call it from your browser. 
That often shows errors in syntax if a line isn't the colour you expect. It 
also forces you to look at it "differently" because the colourization often 
differs from your normal editor.

I assume that by now this glitch is well behind you.

Cheers - Miles

At 04:30 PM 8/4/01 -0400, Steve Fitzgerald wrote:
>I'm trying to list the results of a query, but I keep getting the following
>                               Parse error: parse error, expecting `T_STRING'
>                               I must be missing something because I can't
>find what's causing the parse error.
>                               Any thoughts?
>                               $db = @mysql_select_db($db_name, $connection)
>or die(mysql_error());
>                               $display_calls_sql = "SELECT
>CallID,CallDateTime,CallSubject,CallStatus FROM calls WHERE
>                               ContactID = $ContactID";
>                               $display_calls_result =
>@mysql_query($display_calls_sql,$connection) or die(mysql_error());
>                               $numrows =
>                               if ($numrows>0) {
>                               while ($list =
>                               echo ".$list["CallID"]."
>".$list["CallDateTime"]." <a
>href=\"display_call.php?ContactID=$ContactID\"> ".$list["CallSubject"]."
>                               ".$list["CallStatus"]." <br><br>";
>                               }}
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