on 7/6/01 11:36 AM, rick at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

> while ($row = mysql_fetch_row ($result)) {
> $map_list .= "<a href='viewonly.php3?mapid=$row[1]'>$row[0]</a><br>";  }
> }
> return $map_list;

Thanks Rick! This worked great.

I guess I'm right in assuming that all you can get back from a function is
one big string return. I've tried passing varibles to function and gave up
on it.



function takes_a_string ($string) {

$temp = $string;
return $string;





$var = "something.";

echo takes_a_string ($var);


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