define 2 variables, $col1data and $col2data
if it is to alternate based on the count of the row (regularly, every
other row) use the modulus operator in an if statement and assign data
to proper column. then just print both, the wrong one will be empty and
the right one will have data
if it is to alternate based on some other criteria (the data itself
perhaps) then use that in the if statement instead. assign the variables
the same way, print the same way.
On Fri, Dec 24, 2004 at 10:29:58AM -0600, Brad Ciszewski wrote:
> I am having problems coming up with a way to do this. I highly appreciate
> any help what so ever.
> 
> Problem: I  need to extract data from the database, and display it on a
> table with 2 columns. It has to alternate columns automaticly, for each row.
> 
> Like I said earlier, any help is highly appreciated!!
> 
> Thanks in advance,
> 
> Brad Ciszewski
> www.BradTechnologies.com Web Services
> 
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