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1. How do I trap or collect or save the digit "3" generated the
   mysql "SELECT COUNT(*)" statement below? 
   
2. The PHP "SELECT FROM" below (before snip) listed the expected data.
   Is there a way to get the digit "3" into a PHP variable?

SELECT h_id, name FROM tbtm # displays
  WHERE h_id="1"                # three
     OR h_id="2"                   # lines
     OR h_id="3";              # of data

SELECT COUNT(*) FROM tbtm   # displays
  WHERE h_id='1'            # the
     OR h_id='2'            # digit
     OR h_id='3';           # three

+----------+
| COUNT(*) |
+----------+
|        3 |
+----------+
1 row in set (0.00 sec)



 The next PHP is the same as the "SELECT FROM" above.
<?php
 $result = mysql_query(" SELECT h_id, name, FROM tbtm
      WHERE h_id='1'
         OR h_id='2'
         OR h_id='3'",
     $tmtb_db);
#
 printf("ID: %s<br>\n",      mysql_result($result,1,"h_id"));
 printf("name: %s<br>\n",    mysql_result($result,1,"name")); 
 <snip>   <snip>
#
?>


Thanks

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