> I appreciate all of the quick replies. I do have globals off. Currently, I
> have the values for each ID being returned in a array.... Array (  =>
> 101  => 201 ) where 101 and 201 were the id's of the rows I checked. I
> have to say I like the way of doing it that Mathieu has shown using the
> explode function.
> Thanks again.
You already have an array of IDs you want to delete. Explode is for making
arrays, so what would you use it on? That doesn't make sense.
$query = "DELETE FROM table WHERE rowID IN (" .
implode(',',$_POST['id_array']) . ")";
is the most efficient, easiest solution, but use whatever you understand.
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