On Sun, 2002-08-18 at 21:21, Chip Wiegand wrote:
> On Sun, 2002-08-18 at 01:20, Joni Järvinen wrote:
> > > if (!isnull($date_am || $exercise_am || $reps_am)) then
> > > mysql_query($sql_am) or die
> > > ("Error in this query >>$sql<< : " .mysql_error());
> > Try:
> > if(!isnull($date_am) && !isnull($exercise_am) && !isnull($reps_am))
> > This should IMO work :)
> > -Joni-
> I was looking at the php manual and noticed the function is actually
> is_null, not isnull. Yet it still does not work, I tried this:
> $sql_am = "insert into absmachine (today,exercise,reps,comments)
> values ('$date_am','$exercise_am','$reps_am','$comments_am')";
> mysql_query($sql_am) or die ("Error in this query >>$sql<< : "
> And it still inserts the row no matter what, as long as submit is
> pressed a row is written, with or without any data.
Try unset($sql_am) as the result of your is_null() test. you should get
a warning but not a fat error
Otherwise you will have to seperate the inserts I think into 4 diff
queries unless you put the variables to input into an array and then
iterate through the array. Yeah finally got to use iterate!!! too much
reading of "Flatterland, just like Flatland only more so"
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