On Tue, 16 Jun 2009 08:50:45 -0400, PJ wrote:

> Ashley Sheridan wrote:
>> On Mon, 2009-06-15 at 17:38 -0400, PJ wrote:
>>> Then I have to add some loopy thing to assign the values to the
>>> $variables... a real pita since my variable do not lend themselves too
>>> well to linear alterations ($varIn, $var2IN, $var3IN... etc... so $i=0
>>> and $i++ arren't going to be too cooperative here... I guess I'd have to
>>> change that to $var1IN... and then figure out how to do $var.$i.IN ... I
>>> already tried, but don't seem to have it right
>> Why do you need them in separate variables? Can't you use them using
>> array syntax elsewhere in your code?

> Basically, I don't know how else to handle inserting and updating random
> ...

What he's talking about is doing this:

  if ($res = mysql_query ($sql, $db)) {
    /* I personally prefer "res" for "resource", not "results" */
    while ($r = mysql_fetch_assoc ($res)) {
      $rows[] = $r;

And then you access the individual rows/columns as
and so on, in some kind of loop probably.

(I thought this had been spelled out already, but I
 was unable to find it so perhaps not.)


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