In article <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, [EMAIL PROTECTED] says... > Okay - here's one for you. Probably something really small and stoopid which I'm >fergeting, but I don't mind a little egg on my face as long as I can figure out the >problem. > > Since you may or may not be down, I've included plenty o'comments to assist you in >looking at this issue for me - thanks, by the way! > > I'm having a problem in the code below. In simple, if you were to copy and paste the >code to a file and run it on a PHP enabled server, you'll see a nifty table. Click on >any one of the column headings and BAM!! - the column gets resorted (either ascending >or descending) WITH ONE EXCEPTION - if you click on the last column heading, be ready >to have your task manager window open so you can kill your browser, or else this >puppy will lock your box tighter than a Bavarian virgin!! > > It doesn't seem to matter WHAT the last column is, as evident by the last column >name in the below example - previously it would bag on position. Now position works >fine, but be wary of test. > > So I know it has to be something with the last column, but am having a little >difficulty fighting my way out of this paper bag. > > Any thoughts?
Well, I can tell you that you seem to have a non-terminating loop there somewhere; I tried a run in both directions on the last column and found that what I was getting back was an infinite (till I hit STOP) number of the first record in order. Hope that points you in the right direction. Uh, whatever you are using to mail doesn't word wrap too well, and my Gravity doesn't tidy up line wrap on quotes, sorry! -- David Robley Temporary Kiwi! Quod subigo farinam -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php