Hi,

the problem is solved ... but the solution is searched.

I renamed the file to mypage2.php and the script works fine. Puzzles me
quite a bit. So, if anyone has an idea... I'm thankful for any comments.

Thanks to you guys who replied.

Sebastian Haag said:
> Hi guys,
>
> Hutchins, Richard said:
>> Two things:
>>
>> First, a copy of your code would help, with line 156 clearly identified.
>>
>
> Sure,
>
> [...more code goes here...]
>
> $query .= $and;
>
>               $result = @mysql_query($query)
>                       or die("Game ID: " . mysql_error());
>               $i = 0;
>               while($row = @mysql_fetch_row($result))
>               {
>                       $game_id[$i] = $row[0];
>                       $i++;
>               }
>
>               if($game_id && $def_id)
> #156-->               {
>                       if($choice == 1)
>                        frontsDnDst($script, $game_id, $def_id);  /*user defined 
> functions
> are included in an include file at the beginning of the script*/
>                       elseif($choice == 2)
>                        coversDnDst($script, $game_id, $def_id);
>                       elseif($choice == 3)
>                        frontCoverDnDst($script, $game_id, $def_id);
>               }
>               else
>               {
>                echo "<br/><br/>Sorry, no matching results found.<br/>";
>                echo "<br/><A HREF='erase.php'>[Zur&uuml;ck]</a>";
>                exit;
>             }
>
> [more code goes here...]
>
>
>> Second, usually there's more information with the parse error. Something
>> like "expected ',' or ';'" that will give you more of a hint. Although,
>> I'm
>
> That's all there is. And I have had the ones you are talking about. But
> not this time.
>
>> not sure if the PHP.INI file has a setting for displaying that
>> information.
>>
>> At the very least, the code though.
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: Sebastian Haag [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
>>> Sent: Wednesday, September 03, 2003 4:12 PM
>>> To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>>> Subject: [PHP-DB] Browser-Trouble with Query
>>>
>>>
>>> Hi everyone,
>>>
>>> I have trouble with a PHP-script querying a MySQL-database.
>>> Actually my
>>> Opera-Browser has trouble (version 7.11 on a Win2000
>>> machine). It outputs
>>> a parse error when i enter that page.
>>>
>>>   Parse error: parse error in /var/www/mypage.php on line 156
>>>
>>> After checking all parenthesis over and over, I decided to
>>> enter that page
>>> with the InternetExplorer (version 5.50). And it worked.
>>>
>>> What gives me a headache is that I tried commenting out that
>>> specific part
>>> of the script. Still parse error on the same line. I inserted
>>> a bunch of
>>> empty lines around line # 156 and I still got the same error
>>> at the same
>>> line.
>>>
>>> I don't have any more ideas. I hope you may have a hint.
>>>
>>> Thank you very much. I appreciate your help!
>>>
>>> Greetings, Sebastian
>>>
>>> P.S. PHP version 4.1.2
>>>
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