there is no difference between the two! quote: " @mysql_query($query) and @mysql_query($query)? " haha but seriously, the @ supresses error messages from php, so these will not be outputted. No information on why or how, the query in this case, it failed. you can do this on a per function basis with the @ or for the whole script with error_reporting() function.
-- Rolf Vreijdenberger De Pannekoek en De Kale Maystraat 6 2593 VW Den Haag T: 06-24245719 E: [EMAIL PROTECTED] W: www.depannekoekendekale.nl "Marcus Fleige" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> schreef in bericht news:php.db-22830@;news.php.net... hi there, i've got a general question about php-scripts: whats the difference between @mysql_query($query) and @mysql_query($query)? is it the same as in batch programming? like, ignore all return messages? thanks and greetings from germany, marcus -- ^v^ [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- PHP Database Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php