Stephen Johnson wrote:
This may not necessarily be the problem. But I am not sure that you should
be capitalizing the first character of your variable.
That is a special type of PHP variable - which I do not use normally - so I
can not remember what it is called.
However, put all your variables to lower case except the pre-defined
variables such as $_POST and $_GET etc.
See if that helps
good on ya for trying to extract the question/problem from this guy Stephen!
I just wanted to add that variable names can be in any case, may not start
with a number (may contain alpha-numeric chars) and are case-sensitive.
the following are all valid (and different):
$Tee1 = 1;
$tee1 = 1;
$_tee1 = 1;
$_TEE1 = 1;
$Tee = 1;
Stephen Johnson c | eh
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From: sultan Ibraheem <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Date: Wed, 9 Mar 2005 14:50:57 -0800 (PST)
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED], firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: [PHP-DB] insertion problem (2)
Thanks for your time,,
This is the code:
$uu=mysql_query("insert into voters2
$uu2=mysql_query("insert into voters2 ('sex','birth_day','email','password')
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