I'm looking for an 'unless' statement, but as far as I can tell, PHP 
doesn't have one.  Hopefully someone can help me rewrite my statement.

        In English, I want to say: "always do something UNLESS these 3 
conditions are met".

        The best I've been able to come up with in PHP is this:

if ( ($current_page == $saved_page) and ($current_ip == $saved_ip) and 
($current_dt < ($saved_dt + 3600)) ) {
} else {
        $query  = "UPDATE `table` SET `hits` = '$count', `agent` = '$agent', 
`ts` = '$date_time'  WHERE `page` = '$page'";
        $result = mysql_query($query) or die ('Error! -- ' . mysql_error());

        However, I've read where this is not really acceptable.  Can someone 
help me eliminate the 'else' portion of this if statement?

Thank you,

P.S.  I realize the above isn't complete code but it should still be clear.  If 
not, let me know.
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