$date = $month."-".$day."-".$year;
$query = "INSERT INTO sometable (date) VALUES ('$date');";

Hope this works for you,
Aaron

On 1/20/06, Lonny <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
>
> Hello,
> I am new to the list.
> I thought I would call my question stupid just to raise some eyebrows to
> those who might like to flame me for not reading some basic php/mysql
> books.
> Fact is - I have -
> I have been working with some scripts where I can change them and expand
> on
> them to suit my needs.
> I really don't think my question is stupid.
> It is just that time is of the essence and I am optimistic that I might
> make
> some friends to help me with some quick answers to get my scripts running.
>
> OK, sorry for the long winded info.
> For today I will ask for a script that will gather emails from the email
> field of a table in a database and send a news letter to those emails.
> How do I compose the email formatted with html for a professional look and
> send it to everyone in the database.
>
> If I haven't got myself kicked of this list yet, here is another basic
> question.
>
> I want users to be able to select a date for their schedule.
> I do not want them to have to follow the format of yyyy-mm-dd
> I just want them to select a month from a pulldown, then a day, and then a
> year. (I have all this set up all ready)
> What is confusing me is the part where I need to think out of the box a
> bit
> and combine there three selection into a date field.
> Like $month + $day + $year
> INSERT $month$day$year into $date; and come up with something that looks
> like 2006-08-13
> I hope you know what I am trying to do here.
>
> Have I made any friends yet?
> Lonny
>
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