> Got my select statement to work as follows:
> $query = ' SELECT * FROM notices WHERE TO_DAYS(eventdate) >=
> order by eventdate';
However the TO-DAYS calls do seem a bit OTT.
Please post the schema for tbl:notices - specifically the datatype for
> Now trying to get the date more user friendly and tried:
> $query = ' SELECT id, eventheading, DATE_FORMAT("eventdate", "%D %M
> notices WHERE TO_DAYS(eventdate) >= TO_DAYS(now()) order by
> When I echo ($eventdate) I get nothing. Not even an error.
The problem is that
$eventdate = "$row[eventdate]";
(which doesn't need the " around the whole of the RHS (some would put
them around eventdate), BTW)
doesn't tie up with:
DATE_FORMAT("eventdate", "%D %M %Y")
Recommend you change them to:
DATE_FORMAT("eventdate", "%D %M %Y") AS evdt
$eventdate = $row[evdt];
See how the SQL and PHP tie together?
Now you need to reconsider the other $row assignments.
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