On Monday 04 November 2002 22:56, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> I might have been unclear in my reply.
Sorry, I was following this thread on and off and probably misinterpreted your
> The original code had an 'or die()' on $sql = "select..." aswell and that
> is, in my opinion, rather unnecessary.
Of course ;-)
> Using 'or die(mysql_error())' on mysql_query should be mandatory. At least
> during development.
That should be drummed into people's heads from the word go! I've made a
request in the users' comment of the mysql section of the manual hoping that
the example code is changed so that instead of just die(), it dies with a
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