I'm also facing a similar problem, I would like to get the list
based on user Input.
Please input 1st Letter of designers wanted : A, D, P
I've tried using OR but it somehow screws things up.
Mun Heng, Ow
Western Digital M'sia
DID : 03-7870 5168
From: Ramil G. Sagum [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Wednesday, July 30, 2003 11:38 AM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Cc: Aaron Wolski
Subject: RE: [PHP-DB] alphabetical sorting... limiting and
paginatingonnext set of letter group
On Wed, 2003-07-30 at 11:17, Aaron Wolski wrote:
> Is there anyway this can be performed one function/loop?
yes of course. =) just create a function that takes in two letters as a
then build the query string from it.
$q_begin = strtolower($char_begin);
$q_end = chr(ord(strtolower($char_begin))+1);
$query = "SELECT designer_name FROM designer WHERE designer_name BETWEEN
'".$q_begin."' AND '".$q_end."' ORDER BY designer_name";
//do your query here.
> I knew it was possible with several queries.. I guess I was just looking
> for a all_in_one solution.
> Thanks for your help!
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ramil G. Sagum [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Sent: July 29, 2003 11:07 PM
> To: Aaron Wolski
> Subject: Re: [PHP-DB] alphabetical sorting... limiting and paginating
> onnext set of letter group
> On Wed, 2003-07-30 at 10:36, Aaron Wolski wrote:
> > Hi Guys,
> > What I would like to do is:
> > Pattern Designers:
> > A/B/C
> > Artists Collection The
> > Barrick Samplers
> > Bent Creek
> > Bobbie G. Designs
> > Calico Crossroads
> > Charland Designs
> > Country Cross Stitch
> > Click for D/E/F
> > Click for G/H/I
> > Click for J/K/L
> > When the user clicks on one of the another Letter Groupings... the
> > "A/B/C" changes to whatever they selected as does the displayed
> > for their selection.
> > Is this even possible?
> > Aaron
> yes it is. =)
> try for a/b/c
> SELECT designer_name FROM designer WHERE designer_name BETWEEN 'a' AND
> 'd' ORDER BY designer_name;
> for d/e/f :
> SELECT designer_name FROM designer WHERE designer_name BETWEEN 'd' AND
> 'g' ORDER BY designer_name;
> for j/k/l:
> SELECT designer_name FROM designer WHERE designer_name BETWEEN 'j' AND
> 'm' ORDER BY designer_name;
> hope this helps.
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