> <?php
> //.../... first part of the code is to connect to the right DB on a MySQL
> server. It works fine
> //This code to show the query. It runs well under MySQL and gives 1 result :
>  $query="SELECT Login, Password FROM `user` WHERE user.login=''$login'' and
> user.password=''$password''";
> //This var should contain a query result ressource:
>  $result_query=mysql_query($query);
> //Here's my error message after executing:
> // Supplied argument is not a valid MySQL result resource in this line:
>  $result_table=mysql_fetch_array($result_query);
> // I thought that this var ($result_table) should contain the row of 2 cells
> //And I expected to read $result_table['login'] or $result_table[0] as the
> first cell of the row...
> // I any of you can help me, poor php newby... :o) Great thanks !!
> ?>

=Please check the archives for advice about checking the result of every mysql_...() 
call. It's much better to
know/be told by PHP/MySQL than to say "I thought that...I expected to ..."
=the $query assignment statement contains multiple double-quotes. These cannot be 
'nested'. Use a mixture of
single and double-quotes or 'escape' the inner set(s).
=also (and this may be a function of our email packages not a PHP thing) are those 
single quotes around user?


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