I supply those values. Data associated with them gets pulled out of the database and I need to format them so that the first one is displayed differently than the following ones.


John W. Holmes wrote:

From: "Robbie Staufer" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

$result = mysql_query ("SELECT * FROM testdb WHERE Code_Name IN ('CLM',
'CAM', 'CSIM', 'cpl5', 'POP')",$connection)
is there a php variable that holds the number of elements in the ()
after IN?

I'm formatting the display in a browser window. I need the second and
consecutive elements to be indented below the first one.
Something like this:
echo "element 0"
foreach additional element
echo "tab","element"

Where are CLM, CAM, etc coming from? You're not going to get it from the query, plain and simple. You're writing the query, though, so those values have to come from somewhere.

---John Holmes...

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