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From: "Dean Householder" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Tuesday, January 15, 2002 12:34 AM
Subject: [PHP] PHP array or SQL problem
I've got a database with lname (lastname), fname (firstname), and nickname.
What I want to do is search by either first name or last name. Either way,
I display the nickname instead of the firstname if it exists. I have no
problems on the last name, but when I sort by firstname, the people with
nicknames that are very different come up at the place where their first
name (not the displayed name) is.
When Bill Somebody is really William Somebody in the database, his nickname
is bill and that's what's displayed but he 'bill' shows up in 'williams'
spot. Here is my SQL query:
select * from employees order by fname;
Should I create an array and sort it there or can I somehow query MySQL to
sort by nickname only if it exists and then by fname?
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