>  From reading the other responses to this thread, it seems that you want
> to
> "skip" or "exclude" rows in the results where my_column === null.
> If this is correct, why not do it in the SELECT statement to begin with?
> $my_query = "SELECT my_column FROM my_database WHERE my_column IS NOT
> NULL";
> That should do it.

I want to exclude the rows that might be NULL, "" (empty), or "        "
(empty series of spaces)

>From all of the input so far, it seems that using trim() on the variable and
then use empty() is the best way to pick all three types up.

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