Floyd Resler wrote:
> As for as I know, MySQL simply just doesn't report a row as being affected if 
> nothing has changed in it.  To get the number of matched rows, try doing a 
> SELECT query before you do the UPDATE query.  I don't know if that will 
> produce the results you're looking for, but it might.

Yeah, the extra select is what I was hoping to avoid :-P  The MySQL
client will return both the number of rows matched and the number of
rows affected by the query; I was hoping perhaps the PHP API offered a
way for me to do the same.  Ah well...  Thanks!


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