Hi Lee,
You can't. A <table> has to be closed </table> before a browser can render 
it and present it to you.
So, the webserver may well be 
trowing  echo("<tr><td>".$row[$i]."<td></tr>\n"); to the browser, the 
browser will wait for the </table>.
You might try cutting the one big table into smaller tables, each complete 
table will be visible as it is completed. Or find an alternative and don't 
use tables.

This also argues that it is not wise to put an entire (much content) page 
into a table:
   ... content, much content ...
as it simply takes ages before anything seems to happen in your browser.

Roel Mulder

At 16:17 22-02-2002 -0600, you wrote:
>After I run my mysql query and get the results, then I do a look to put 
>the data into table rows that go to a webbrowser.
>How can i set it up so that the user see's the table rows as their writen, 
>not after the script is all done.
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