It's not absurd at all.
What is absurd is that you're coding without
checking for any error conditions :-)
As a rule of thumb, if a function returns a
success flag, check it. it'll immediately
cut out about 90% of all "weird" errors.
cosmin laslau wrote:
> $query = "SELECT * from mytable";
> $result = mysql_db_query("db", $query);
> while ($myarray = mysql_fetch_array($result))
> $title = $myarray[title];
> echo "$title<br>";
> Can someone PLEASE tell me why the coding above gives the following error:
> Warning: Supplied argument is not a valid MySQL result resource in
> /var/web/somesite.com/html/index.php on line 5
> It's absurd. It's driving me nuts. I'm about to introduce my computer to
> the pavement 40 feet below.
> Thanks in advance for whoever sees what I am sure is a glaring and
> obvious flaw in the coding. I've been looking at it for an hours and
> just can't get anything from where I'm standing, maybe a different
> perpective will help.
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