Oh, the code works ok. Without the $Count1 = $Count++; it does not work.
If you are saying it should be $Count+; it does not matter. That's
what's weird.
I think it would work no matter what I put in it could be $Count1 =
$Countmeoutandcrap; and I think it would still work.
The similar behaviour was apparent in another code page where I had
exactly the same code repeated once and in the second instance the
"next" worked with the href but in the first it did not. I checked &
checked & checkd and finally I just added a 1 to the first code $Count
and it worked. But any instances of $Count1 were commented out.
I suspect it may have something to do with sessions or with some stack
stuff but I really have no idea.
Thanks for your interest.

Jônatas Zechim wrote:
> Is the $Count++..
> -----Mensagem original-----
> De: PJ [mailto:af.gour...@videotron.ca] 
> Enviada em: sexta-feira, 24 de abril de 2009 21:14
> Para: php-general@lists.php.net
> Assunto: [PHP] inexplicable behaviour
> Frankly, I don't know what to look for or why something so weird would
> happen:
> I have pagination set up and the number for pages "next" has a link but
> the "next" does not. I have experimented with all sorts of
> configurations of the code but the only thing that works (and this is
> totally "off the wall") is to do this
> $Count = mysql_num_rows($results);
> $Count1=$Count++; // without this, the "next" does not do the link---
> but there is no other $Count1 in the code either in the original page or
> the include page.
> And this phenomenon was apparent in a similar page.
> I'd be curious to understand how this could happen. I could post the
> whole code, but that would be some 300 lines...

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