On Thu, 13 Sep 2001 14:55, Adrian D'Costa wrote:
> I am trying to find out the the best way to do the following:
> I have a script that select records from a table. The problem is that
> I need to limit the rows to 20. I know that I can use limit 20. But
> what I want to do is give the view a link to the next 20 till all the
> records are shown. What I don't know is how to maintain the search
> query and I want to use the same script.
> The logic would be to check if the script is called the first time,
> then the sql statement would be select travel.*, city.city from travel,
> city where travel.cityid=city.id limit 0,20.
> The second time or based on what has been selected on the page (1-20,
> 21-40, etc) add that to the sql statement. My question is how?
> Can someone guide me or give me some example.
This has been a common topic recently. Try the archives
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