No reading that section of the manual did me no good.  I do not understand
other than I cannot store the results as a variable.

Is there any of what I have done that is usable?

A recommendation for a book that covers this would be helpful...  the manual
on this area is way to abbreviated for someone who has only used PHP for 2


"Kurt Lieber" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> On Tuesday 30 October 2001 10:13 am, turtle wrote:
> > <?
> > $link = mysql_connect('localhost')or die ("Could not connect");
> > mysql_select_db('img760')or die ("Could not select database");
> > $query = "select ('imglocation','height','width') from img where
> > imgname=$getimg";
> > $imglocation = 'imglocation';
> > $height = 'height';
> > $width = 'width';
> > ?>
> You need to read the manual on the mysql functions.
> Specifically, functions like mysql_fetch_array, mysql_fetch_row,
> mysql_result.  You're setting $imglocation to a string, not a returned
> from mysql.  You need to use one of the three functions I mentioned to
> an actual mysql result.
> --kurt

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