Thanks Jennifer, I got the query and the zipcode longitude and latitude from the developer of the zipcode locator. When I contacted them about this issue they had me run this query in the phpMyAdmin against the zipcode date and I still got no data returned.
"Jennifer Goodie" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message news:[EMAIL PROTECTED] > > > > I am having trouble implementing a zip code locator program. All of the > > functions work correctly but the $sql variable. > > The problem occurs by using the latitude argument as a > > comparison. The first > > latitude argument works but when the second > > latitude argument is added the query returns no data. Here is an > > example of > > the $sql variable being used. > > > > $sql=SELECT City FROM ZIPCodes WHERE > > Latitude <= 122.02671343318 > > AND Latitude >= 121.96888656682 > > AND Longitude >= 37.617091284671 > > AND Longitude <= 37.508048715329; > > > > I think Latitude only goes to 90, so they are all under 122 and none are > above 121. Also, you aren't going to get something that is greater than > 37.6 but less than 37.5 -- PHP Database Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php