I've done this before in coldfusion.
It's the one thing I'm note sure on how to do the same(ish)
in PHP - my language of choice.
If we have the record set the CF code would look like
<cfoutput query="customers> group="zip"> <!--- loop through record set --->
<cfoutput> <!--- inner loop on group by zip --->
So I'm think also to use 2 loops for the same purpose in PHP.
Can I do this from the record set like above or do I need
to build array's I wonder ?
> Thanks Sven,
> I've already got the sql OK.
> I have the records set but I want to print it "report like"
> So It's needs some thing like a loop with an inner loop Like
> Hope this makes sense.
> I'll elaborate more if you think I should.
> > Hi friends,
> > I've been struggling for a while now so I thought I'd ask.
> > What's the easiest way to for to print group sql output. For
> > example I need to output customers grouped by zip. Like: zip
> > customer a customer b zip customer d customer e zip customer
> > c custoemr f customer g
> > Do I need to build array's and loop through them or
> > can I print straight from a record set ( using Postgresql
> > or Mysql ) Thanks heaps ! Regards Rudi.
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