Thanks for your help, Andrew, but it didn't seem to work.  As I read the 
manual (,
mysql_fetch_array is much like mysql_fetch_row, except that it uses the
field names instead of numbers as the array key.  Somebody correct me if I'm


Andrew Elliston wrote:
> Try using:
> while ($event_row = mysql_fetch_row($events))
> instead. mysql_fetch_row will grab one row of the result array at a
> time, until there are no more rows. This sounds like what you want. What
> you were doing was grabbing the entire result array and storing them in
> one variable.

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