Error is absolute.
Don't use " (double quotation mark) in yur queries. Use ' (single quot.)
$query = "SELECT DATE_FORMAT( exp_date, '%W, %M > %d, %Y') AS thedate from
tifrequest where user='$user' limit 1,1";
Because the preprocessor think that your string is finished when it sees a
And use a colorful editor. that helps u seeing errors like this. :)
"Robert McPeak" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> When I execute from browser I get a parse error, but when I enter the
> query directly into a MySQL command prompt I get a successful return.
> Can anybody see the problem with this code:
> $query = "SELECT DATE_FORMAT( exp_date, "%W, %M
> %d, %Y") AS thedate from tifrequest where user='$user' limit 1,1";
> Thanks! My eyes are shot!
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