Are you trying to create a table named "How Are You"?  If so, can't do it.
It MUST be a one-word name.

You would have discovered this yourself had you typed your CREATE statement
into the mysql command line.

Second ALWAYS include an "or die("Error: ".mysql_error())" part after your

----- Original Message -----
From: eat pasta type fasta <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Tuesday, April 16, 2002 4:13 PM
Subject: [PHP-DB] Inserting a String Variable into mysql_query() returns
"Query was empty" error

I am creating a string out of bunch of variables and an array and I need
it to become a query which will make me a table.

It looks like this when I echo it:

CREATE TABLE How Are You (Reply1 VARCHAR(255), Reply2 VARCHAR(255),
Reply3 VARCHAR(255), Reply4 VARCHAR(255), Reply5 VARCHAR(255), date

and it appears in the code under the name $all_sections, however when I
put into the mysql_query function like so:

$sql = mysql_query($all_sections);

it returns "Query was empty" error, any ideas?

Thanks in Advance.


eat pasta
type fasta

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