I found a note on the MySQL website that MyODBC has a limitation in the
number of columns that it returns.  Is this true?

I am successfully connecting to a MySQL database but I keep getting the
        Warning: Field index is larger than the number of fields in (program-name)
on line 78.

I am running MySQL and Apache on a Win98 machine.  I don't want to using
mysql_ commands to the database because I don't want to make this specific
to MySQL.  I want generic code using ODBC.  Is there a way around this?  Why
would anybody put this type of limitation in?

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