> Good, I'm glad it worked!!!
> I see a lot of people using mysql_fetch_array().....
> Which is fine...But I'm more into Object Oriented programming...and 
> that's why I always use mysql_fetch_object()....

hey this is a family show - but I guess 'what you do in the privacy of' ...

- and I'm just plain object-ionable, so I favor mysql_fetch_assoc()


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