Actually you dont need to keep track of the row number. Yoy could just
alternate the two colors like this:

while ( $row = mysql_fetch_array($result) )
  $bgCol = ( $bgCol == "#EADBC6"}?"#EFE1CE":"#EADBC6";
  echo "......";

hth Henrik Hornemann

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Fra: Patrick Lebon [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sendt: 26. september 2002 17:20
Emne: Re: [PHP-DB] Current row of query

Thanks, im currently doing something similar to this but I was wondering if
there was an already defined variable that i could use rather then have to
create a value and increment it myself. I guess am being picky, but was just
curious as im new to php.

This is how im currently doing it...

 $rowNum = 0;
 while ( $row = mysql_fetch_array($result) )
 if ($rowNum % 2) { $bgCol = "#EADBC6"; } else { $bgCol = "#EFE1CE"; }
echo "......";

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