O/H Ron Piggott ??????:
You can alternative use implode which I think is a much better choice
because it does exactly what you need.
I am trying to add a search feature to my shopping cart.
I am wanting to use PHP to develop the query for mySQL. I have the
following code figured out:
foreach(explode(" ", $keyword) as $key) $query .= " $key, ";
WHERE shopping_cart_product.product_description IN ( Jesus, is, Lord, )
The weakness is the trailing , after the last word the user types in.
How can I eliminate this?
You can use it like this
$keys = implode(",",$keyword);
$query .= $keys;
This is the reference in the manual:
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