Dillon, John wrote:
> On line 188 and similar:
> line 187 $this=$altIDs[$i];
> line 188 $query .= "ID='$this'";
> I get the error: Parse error: parse error in
> /home/jdillon/public_html/provreport.php on line 188
> Could this be because some setting has been changed on my shared host?
$this is normally used in object oriented programming to signify the
current object. That may be causing the trouble. I'd use another
variable than $this.
Tried that, doesn't work with:
$query="INSERT INTO ReplyTbl VALUES ('" . $monster1 . "', '" . $monster2 .
"', '" . $monster3 . "', NULL, NULL)";
Don't suppose they use 'monster' as a reserved word...
but the similar code works in another file.
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