That will take alot of resources, but if you only want 20 then make a variable to count, $i or so, $++; each time it goes through, after 20 make it stop the script.
"Ross Honniball" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message news:[EMAIL PROTECTED] > Hi all, > > I use the LIMIT statement to control paging of data, which works really well. > > I now have a situation where I need to use some logic in addition to the > query that will result in NOT ALL records being spat out. ie. > > select * from x where y; > foreach result > if (some condition) > output; > endif > endfor > > So problem is I can't say LIMIT 20,20 on the query as logic may result in > less than 20 records being spat out to screen. > > I was planning on coding up a solution so that i just keep a count myself > of how many records I have output myself and break at appropriate paging > points, but I am probably re-inventing the wheel. > > Anyone know of any good classes they are using that do this sort of thing > already? > . > . Ross Honniball. JCU Bookshop Cairns, Qld, Australia. > . -- PHP Database Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php