So it's working now? If it is, you won't need to do a separate COUNT()
query... you could use either a count / sizeof after fetching all the
data, or a mysql_num_rows call.
The semi-colon is gone, although I didn't even notice it! I am using two
different queries, one for count and the other to access the data itself.
After running mysql_fetch_assoc, is foreach ok for accessing array members, or
is there a more subtle approach?
Foreach'll work fine, but in general I access the array's members by
their associated column name's. If you don't need the column names as
keys you can use mysql_fetch_row instead of mysql_fetch_assoc.
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