> $query = "select count(*) from users where "
You are asking for a count() in your query. This will always give you
one row returned with a count. If you really want to do this you should
$query = "select count(*) as usercount from users where"
Then you can do your tests based on the value of usercount.
Alternately, you could do something like this:
$query = "select * from user where"
And then use mysql_num_rows() to see how many users you got. In this
case, no matches will result in no rows returned.
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